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FAME & FORTUNE
Rob Becker: Financing the 'Caveman' -- A conservative investing streak lets the "Defending the Caveman" author keep the proceeds from his hit one-man show. Rob Becker
Dickey Betts, rock 'n' roll entrepreneur -- Since his breakup with the Allman Brothers, the Southern rock pioneer has gone solo, musically and financially. Dicky Betts
Sandra Bernhard, conservative investor -- This celebrity has a one-woman show, but it takes a team to invest, she says. Sandra Bernhard
Mark O'Connor fiddles with do-it-yourself finances -- Fame doesn't necessarily mean fortune, says the world-class musician. "I played Carnegie Hall and for President Reagan and was flat broke," he says. Mark O'Connor
Christopher Titus: From 'yuk yuk for drunks' to TV star -- He didn't earn "Friends" money during his successful three-year sitcom, but his self-titled show did open more career possibilities. Christopher Titus
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Sophie B. Hawkins flies solo -- The singer/songwriter has done so well since she parted from her record label that people say "Damn, I wish you were my financial adviser." Sophie Hawkins
Ricky Craven builds financial foundations -- When it comes to finances, the NASCAR star keeps both hands on the wheel and funds his own charitable foundation. Ricky Craven
Delbert McClinton: Curing his financial blues -- Hard-luck money problems dogged this roadhouse bluesman, until recently. Delbert McClinton
LPGA star reaches for financial heights, too -- Michele Redman is involved in her finances. She even lined up some of her own corporate sponsors. Michele Redman
Ted Nugent: Hunting thrills, music pays the bills -- The rock guitarist's has figured a way to make his expensive hunting hobby pay for itself, but music is where the money is. Ted Nugent
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