Randy Bailey is an American television personality who came to the attention for appearing in the television shows like Survivor: Gabon and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains as a contestant. He came into the spotlight after winning ten consecutive tribal challenges in Gabon.
How Old Is He?
Randy was born on 31st March 1959, in Eagle Rock, Missouri, Austin, Texas, the United States of America. He is of American nationality, whereas ethnicity is not known. He was the oldest man in the Fang tribe.
Regarding his family life, Randy revealed that he has no living relatives except an older brother. However, he is also not in contact with him for years.
Besides being a television personality, Randy is a wedding videographer. Randy studied at Vanderbilt University located in Nashville and has an engineering degree but chooses to work as a wedding videographer.
The wedding videographer came to the attention for his gruff and grumpy exterior while appearing in the television shows like Survivor: Gabon and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. He was best known for playing a fake Hidden Immunity Idol in Gabon, the same night when he got eliminated.
However, Randy again returned to Heroes vs. Villains, where he was on the Villains tribe. However, he was the third person to be voted out.
How Much Is Randy Bailey’s Net Worth?
As Randy is known for being the contestant of the television show, it is very hard to know about his net worth and earnings. However, some sources mentioned that he is worth $250 thousand, which he collected from appearing in the television shows.
The average salary of a wedding videographer is around $115 500 per annum, so he might be earning in the same range.
There is very little information regarding his personal life. It is not clear if the television personality is a married man or in a relationship. But, he once claimed that he has no living relatives, which means he is not married and not dating anyone. He might be single.
Randy calls himself a ruthless bully, angry, mean, blunt, and sarcastic. He is also admitted that he is a train wreck.
Randy was very close to his pet dog, a black Labrador mix. Sadly, he died after living together for 13 years. His hobbies are scuba diving, triathlons, and marathon running. He has competed twice in the Hawaiian Ironman. He even has competed in over 100 triathlons.
Randy is also a private pilot who enjoys watching football and occasionally plays golf.
by ab-krijana, 01 May, 2021