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John Luke Robertson Wiki/Biography
John Luke Robertson, born on the 11th of October 1998, in Monroe, Louisiana, is an American reality television star and children’s book author and speaker, made famous by the family business through the show “Duck Dynasty”.
So how much is Robertson’s net worth? As of 2017 it is reported by sources to be $800,000, coming from the family business and television show, the sales of his children’s book, and speaking engagements.
John Luke Robertson Net Worth $800,000
Robertson grew up in Monroe with his three siblings and parents Willie and Korie. John Luke attended Ouachita Christian High School where he was an active student, becoming president of his class twice, a member of the track team and tennis team, and when he was not in school, attended summer camps and went on mission trips.
In 2012, the life of the whole Robertson’s family was changed when the show “Duck Dynasty” began airing on the channel A&E. The show follows the lives of the Robertson family, and how their small business of duck calls turned into a million-dollar empire. To date, the show is rated the most watched non-fiction program on cable television, garnering 11.8 million viewers in their 2013 season premier and continuing with a similar audience.
The popularity of the show has definitely made the Robertson’s a household name, and increased their net worth as well. However, the television show is just a bonus, because their family business “Duck Commander” is making millions as well. The business was started by John Luke’s grandfather Phil, by making a small device that mimics the sounds of ducks, making it easier for duck hunters to get close to the birds. Korie, John Luke’s mother, helped expand the business from selling the duck calls, and they also now sell hunting apparel as well. Today Willie, John Luke’s father is the CEO of the company.
Apart from their own show, the family also appears in other television shows to promote their product and their own program. The family has also appeared to shows like “Conan”, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “Today”, “Katie” and the “700 Club”, to name but a few.
With the popularity of their show, Robertson used it as a platform to reach a wider audience for his career as a children’s book author. Beginning in 2014, John Luke released a series of books inspired by his family entitled “Be Your Own Duck Commander”. The juvenile fiction set includes four books, “Willie’s Redneck Time Machine”, “Si in Space”, “Jase & the Deadliest Hunt”, and “Phil and the Ghost of Camp Ch-Yo-Ca”; the launch of the books show-cased his talent and increased his net worth as well.
Aside from being an author, one of Robertson’s sources of income is being a conference speaker, which he uses to talk about his family and their faith.
In terms of his personal life, Robertson married high school sweetheart Mary Kate McEacharn in 2015. In the eighth season of their family show, his high school graduation was featured as well as his wedding to Mary Kate. The two now attend Liberty University, a non-profit Christian university in Lynchburg, Virginia.
|Date Of Birth||October 11, 1995|
|Place Of Birth||West Monroe, LA|
|Education||Ouachita Christian High School, Liberty University, Lynchburg|
|Spouse||Mary Kate McEacharn (m. 2015)|
|Parents||Willie Robertson, Korie Robertson|
|Siblings||Sadie Robertson, Rebecca Robertson, Bella Robertson, Willie Alexander Robertson, Rowdy Robertson|
|Awards||Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Reality Series, Telly Award for TV Programs, Segments, or Promotional Pieces Film/Video - Entertainment, People's Telly Award for TV Programs, Segments, or Promotional Pieces - TV Programs/Segments, Telly Award for TV Programs, Segments, or Promotional Piece...|
|Albums||“Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas”|
|Nominations||Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Male Reality Star, PGA Producer of the Year Award in Non-Fiction Television, ASTRA Awards for Favourite Program - International, 10. Carpnado, 9. When Doves Fry, 8. Fishful Thinking|
|TV Shows||“Duck Dynasty” (2012-2017), “Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2014” (TV Special), “Fox and Friends” (2016), “Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “Today”, “87th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade” (2013), “Conan”, “Katie” , “700 Club”|
|1||Nephew of Jase Robertson, Jep Robertson, Alan Robertson.|
|2||Grandnephew of Si Robertson.|
|3||Grandson of Phil Robertson and Kay Robertson.|
|4||Brother of Sadie Robertson.|
|5||Son of Willie Robertson and Korie Robertson.|
|Duck Dynasty||2012-2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2014||2014||TV Special||Himself|
|87th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade||2013||TV Movie||Himself|