Dennis Haskins is an actor of stage, screen and television who has a net worth of $300,000. Dennis Haskins has brought in his net worth through his many acting roles in films and television. Dennis began his performing career, in the 1980’s, using a role on the television show, The Dukes of Hazzard. Dennis played a character named Moss, a truck driver that always harassed Miss Daisie Duke, in the episode titled: One Armed Bandits. This is his most memorable role. As Principal Belding in the Saved by the Bell television sitcom, which started in 1989, and was a spin off of the earlier sitcom, Good Morning Miss Bliss, which started in 1987.
Dennis Haskins Net Worth $300,000 Dollars
In 1993, he continued his function as Principal Belding in the spin-off sitcom, Saved by the Bell: The New Class. He’s also had acting roles in films, including, National Lampoon’s Ratko: The Dictator’s Son, playing the section of Dean Sitlong, as well as his acting parts in Red Water, Max Keeble’s Big Move, An Ordinary Killer and others.
After Faculty, and before he began his performing career, he was a music manager, representative, and concert promoter. He’s worked with recording artists such as, Tom Jones, Greg Allman and Earth, Wind, and Fire. Since then, Dennis Haskins appears to have gone back to the music profession, in a way. Then has made a number of records for records, cds and dvds. He’s a huge fan of Karaoke and has always loved to sing along to his favourite melodies. Then has recorded an album titled, “Karaoke With Your Favorite Principal, Dennis Haskins, aka. Mr. Belding”.
Dennis Haskins is still one of America’s favourite television Principals, and is still a big hit with all the young people, in the high schools, along with, college campuses. Haskins visits School Campuses to amuse the young people with his “Mr. Belding on Campus” show. He was honored by UTC with an award for the Most Distinguished Alumni of 2000, and has an atheltic decathlon named in his honor for the regional high school. He also tours with our USO to entertain our troops Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries, along with making appearances for a number of charities. Saved by the Bell might have finished, but our precious Principal Belding, is only getting started.
Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
Notre Dame High School, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Dianne Haskins (divorced)
"Earth, Wind & Fire"
“Saved by the Bell” (1989-1993), “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” (1993-2000), "Boys & Girls Guide To Getting Down" (2006), "Hot in Cleveland" (2015), “CHiPs” (1983), “The Dukes of Hazzard” (1983), “Magnum, PI” (1984), “The New Twilight Zone” (1985)
"Good Morning, Miss Bliss", "Scrabble", "Dancing With The Stars", "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", "Z! True Long Island Story"
He was the only regular cast member of Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) to remain with the series throughout its entire run.
He has played the same character (Principal Richard Belding) in seven different series: Good Morning, Miss Bliss (1987), Saved by the Bell (1989), Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993), Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993), The Rerun Show (2002), Robot Chicken (2005) and Victorious (2010).
Grew a mustache to lose the appeal of his character Mr. Belding from Saved by the Bell (1989).
He is the namesake of an annual High School Academic Bowl tournament held every Spring by the Academic Trivia Association at his Alma Mater, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Unlike other celebrities who have been similarly honored, Dennis is genuinely flattered by this distinction and has been very gracious to the UTC ATA and has even provided autographed materials that have been given away to the teams and officials at the tournament. While he has not yet been able to find the time in his busy schedule to make an appearance at the tournament, it is heavily attended and is one of the most anticipated academic competitions of the year.
Member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Tennessee/Chattanooga.
Was a contestant on the TV game show Scrabble during the mid-eighties.