Misty Raney Biography
|Date of Birth:||1981 , November-9|
|Age:||39 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Misty Raney|
|Birth Place/City||Sitka, Alaska, the USA|
|Working For||Homestead Rescue|
|Married to||Maciah Bilodeau|
|Siblings||3 (Matthew Raney, Melanee Raney, and Miles Raney)|
Misty Raney is a reality television star who is also a farmer, homestead builder, and carpenter. She garnered fame after making her appearance in the Discovery reality series Homestead Rescue with father Marty Raney, and brother Matt. The Raney family is famous for their living standard and lifestyle in the wilderness of Alaska.
Misty Raney Spent Childhood In Wilderness Of Alaska
Misty Raney was born as the youngest of four children of father Marty Raney and mother Mollee Raney. She was born in Sitka, Alaska on November 9, 1981. She has three siblings, Matthew Raney, Melanee Raney, and Miles Raney.
Misty Raney didn't take any formal education, however, learned how to survive in the drastic condition like in Alaska during her childhood. Misty, along with her siblings, grew up doing log work, stonework, and extracting natural building materials from the land.
Misty also learned to farm during her childhood and knows how to grow food in the tough terrain of Alaska.
Misty Raney Lives A Happily Married Life With A Son
Misty Raney is happily married to Maciah Bilodeau. Talking about her husband Maciah's profession, he is a carpenter and surfer.
The lovebirds are sharing a strong bond of love for nearly two decades. Raney and her husband Maciah have not revealed when they started dating and when they got married, however, some online sources have claimed they have been together since 2000.
Misty Raney adopted her husband's last name to her name following their marriage and changed her name to Misty Raney-Bilodeau officially. The husband-and-wife built a beautiful house, which spreads in an 800 square-foot area, in Hatcher Pass, Alaska. The couple also owns a house in Hawaii.
The Family Of Three Split Their Time Between In Alaska And Hawaii According To Season
During the summer, they live in Alaska, and during winter, they migrate to their Hawaii residence. During the winter, the Bilodeau duo loves surfing in Hawaii with their son, Gauge Bilodeau, whom they welcomed on 14th April 2011. Gauge also loves surfing and has already learned a lot about it.
Meanwhile, the family engages in their family business during the summer and spend their time in Alaska. Misty runs her family business during this time while her husband helps her doing her business.
Misty is also quite active on social media like Facebook and Instagram. She often shares beautiful snaps of her husband and child.
Misty Raney's Net Worth and Earnings
Misty Raney made her ways to the limelight after appearing alongside her father and older brother in the Discovery documentary reality series Homestead Rescue. The TV series is the major source of her income, whereas she also accumulates a good wealth from her job as a homestead and tour guide.
Meanwhile, according to a source, an average artist working for Discovery are paid in the range of $47,519 and $145,025 per annum. So we believe Misty also receives her payment in the same range for her appearance in the show. Misty's exact net worth is still under review.
As previously mentioned, Misty owns two houses, one in Alaska and one in Hawaii with her husband, Maciah Bilodeau. Their Alaska mansion spread in 800 square ft area.
Misty Raney's Career
Misty Raney's appearance in the Discovery show, Homestead Rescue is the most highlighted part of her career. She started working in the series in 2016, from the first season of the show. So far, the show has completed its fifth season.
The show follows the survival of Marty Raney and his two children, Misty and Matthew, in the wilderness of Alaska.
During her off time from the show, Misty Raney keeps herself busy in the household works like her mother and other siblings. She goes on a hunt during the summer and is an expert in moose killing and fishing.
Misty is also a musician. She advocates for composting to provide fertilizer for farming.