Morgan Beasley’s Bio: Wife Margaret Stern, Age, Married, Horses, Family
• Morgan Beasley is an American reality TV star, estimated to have a net worth of $1 million
• Rumored to be dating fellow co-star Margaret Stern
• Caucasian with dark hair and dark eyes
• Graduated from the University of Idaho with a degree in Environmental Science
• Appears in the reality TV series "Mountain Men"
Morgan Beasley’s Bio
Morgan Beasley was apparently born in Idaho, USA, sometime in the 1960s, which means that his nationality is American and that he is around 50 years old. He is best known for working on reality TV projects such as “Mountain Men”, which has allowed him to establish himself in the entertainment world, and make a name for himself.
Wife Margaret Stern
When it comes to Morgan’s relationship status, he is rumored to be dating his fellow co-star from “Mountain Men”, Margaret Stern, but the situation between the two of them is still unclear, as they live on the same homestead and spend a lot of time together, but they never confirmed the rumors regarding their relationship. Both of them reportedly don’t want any human interaction, nonetheless, they enjoy being together.
Net WorthSo just how rich is Morgan Beasley as of late 2018? According to authoritative sources, this reality TV star has net worth of $1 million, with his wealth being accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned fields, but largely from his TV appearances. He hasn’t disclosed any information regarding his assets such as houses and cars, or his salary, but appearing on TV reputedly pays around $200,000 per series, thus he is certainly able to take care of himself.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Beasley’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian, with dark hair and dark eyes, and judging from the photos available on the internet, he has a fit figure due to the fact that he spends a lot of time on outdoor activities. Unfortunately, he doesn’t share information regarding his early life and formative years. Speaking about his education, Morgan was a student of the University of Idaho and graduated with a degree in Environmental Science.
Morgan made his debut on TV appearing in “Mountain Men”, a reality TV series which follows the lives of men choosing to live separated from society and a modern lifestyle. The series shows the lives of Eustace Conway, Tom Oar and Marty Meierotto, who dedicated their lives to the simplest form of survival, as they inhabit Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. Morgan is shown living in Terrian, located in Alaska, and he has trekked across the formidable Alaska range twice. Reportedly, he has been living as a nomad for more than a decade now, and has learned a lot which he shows in the series, skills including building a small portable home for himself, growing his own food and hunting animals himself. The mentioned series received a positive response from viewers, ultimately winning three awards – one ASCAP Award and two BMI Cable Awards. Working on it, Morgan was able to gain more attention from the media and fans, and establish his own fanbase. Overall, he has had one TV gig, but who knows what the future holds for him.
Unsurprisingly perhaps, Morgan isn’t active on any social media, however, there is an official account for “Mountain Men”, which often features him in tweets. The mentioned account has more than 16,000 followers. and promotes latest episodes of the series. The team has recently posted a sneak peak from one episode, with the caption reading “You should focus on the journey, not the destination…except when the destination is tonight’s NEW episode!”. They have also shared an animated video in which they tried to explain to people how we’re not strangers here, as we came “out of this world”. One fan was also interested in sending a package to Morgan, and wrote the following tweet “@AETV how do I go about sending a care package of tools, etc. to a cast member named Morgan Beasley from Mountain Men? Thank you”, which shows just how loyal the fans are to him.
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