Beth Chapman was an American producer and television personality best known for starring in Dog the Bounty Hunter, Dog and Beth, On the Hunt, and The Family Speaks alongside her husband Duane Chapman.
She died on June 26, 2019, in Honolulu, Hawaii, after battling throat and lung cancer for two years. She was 51.
Beth Chapman Early Life
She was born as Alice Elizabeth Smith to the father, Garry Smith and grew up along with her sibling in Denver, Colorado. Chapman belongs to white ethnicity and her nationality is American.
In Colorado, Beth made history being the youngest licensed bail bondsman, at the age of 29, however, the record took over by her step-daughter, Lyssa Chapman.
Professional Life: Movies and TV Shows
At the beginning of her career, Beth Chapman produced the American television series, Dog the Bounty Hunter, which became one of the most recognizable works of her career.
After that, Beth featured on television series' Dog and Beth, On the Hunt, Sneak Peek etc, which received a good review from audiences.
Marriage, Divorce & Children
Moving towards her personal life, Beth gave birth to a son from her high school ex-boyfriend, however, the information regarding her ex-boyfriend has not been disclosed.
She had been married for twice in her life. She first married Keith A. Barmore after dating for several months. The former couple shared a child, Cecily Chapman, together.
After being in a marital relationship for some years of their life, the pair ended their relationship with a divorce.
Following the divorce, Beth began dating Duane ’Dog’ Chapman and eventually tied the knot with him after dating for a few years. Their wedding ceremony had taken place at Hilton Hotel at Waikoloa Village.
The couple had got married following the death of her step-daughter, Barbara Katie. Katie was the daughter Duane Chapman from his past relationship and she had died in a car accident.
From her new relation, Beth and Duane shared two beautiful daughters, Bonnie Joanne Chapman, and Garry Chapman, together.
Beth Chapman Died of Throat and Lungs Cancer
Beth Smith died at the age of 51 at a hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, on June 26, 2019. She passed away after battling throat and lung cancer for two years.
Beth Chapman was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017, but a couple of months later, she revealed she was cancer-free.
However, later in November 2018, multiple sources reported that her disease had returned and cancer had spread to her lungs.
What Is Beth Chapman Net Worth?
Moving towards her economic status, Beth had earned a lot of money throughout her career and that was enough to support her lavish and glamorous lifestyle.
According to insiders, she had an estimated net worth of around $10 million, as of 2019.