Life Below Zero star Sue Aikens is living a single life after two of her husbands died and her third husband left her committing infidelity.
On the good side, Sue is gifted with two children who love her so much. They are living in the United States with their own families. Know more about Sue Aikens' personal affairs here.
Sue Aikens: Her Married Life And Children
Sue has been married thrice. Two of her husband passed away and another left her for a younger woman. It was the moment when Aikens was dealing with her grandson's cancer issue.
She is gifted with 2 children aged 34 and 30. They are living in the United States with their own families.
Sue once checked upon her family and friends via Twitter post during an earthquake:
Roll call for my family and peeps in the Junea/Haines areas... please let me know you are ok in the Earthquakes <3— Sue Aikens (@SueAikens) May 1, 2017
She also has grandchildren whom she adores a lot.
Her son married his long-time girlfriend in October 2016. Here is the Twitter post of the diva on the occasion of her son's wedding:
I slipped the collar last week to see my Son wed his girl. Congrats to them both, yay!! You cant take the Idgie out of this tomato :) pic.twitter.com/F67UsHq2BU— Sue Aikens (@SueAikens) October 2, 2016
Sue Aikens: Her Career
Sue rose to fame for her appearance on National Geographic's show Life Below Zero produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) aired in May 2013. It is a documentary television series which illustrated the daily and seasonal activities of subsistence hunters living in remote areas of Alaska.
The show followed six people who lived in the remote areas of Alaska in extreme condition with everyday struggles hunting and surviving with the resources they have.
Aikens joined 5 other residents of The Last Frontier including Glenn Villeneuve, Jessie Holmes, Andy Bassich, Erik Salitan, Chip Hailstone and Agnes Hailstone in 2013 on the very show. The show is recently in its 9th season.
She once sued the series producers stating that she was badly hurt while filming dangerous scenes for fictitious narratives.
Lawyers for the reality TV star claimed that she experienced chronic back, arm, and leg pain. They further said that the injuries are preventing her from living a normal lifestyle.
The accident occurred when the producer demanded Aikens drive her snowmachine into the overflow. Aikens was badly hurt in the crash and as per Aikens producers were careless about her rescue.
Before appearing on National Geographic's show she was also featured shortly on "Sarah Palin's Alaska" reality series and Flying Wild Alaska documentary in 2011.
So far, she spent 17 years living in the vast and chilled environment of Alaska's Kavik River Camp and that's a very big thing for an individual.
"I’ve had 16 years’ experience going into the 17th, prior to that I has a 400-mile trap line. I quit trapping years ago but enjoyed it; what you do is you go for it, you just enjoy your life."
Hunting fishing and living around the predators like fox and bear is a regular task for her. It was once she barely escaped death after an attack from a grizzly bear.
Despite the lawsuit, her position in the show has not come under threat. She'll be the part of the upcoming 11th season of 'Life Below Zero'. Let's wait and watch for more excitement.
Sue Aikens: Quick Facts
- Born on 1 July 1963 in Mount Prospect, a small village in Illinois.
- Also lived on a tropical island.
- Spent most of her childhood moving from place to place.
- Her mother left her father in 1975 and went to Alaska with her.
- Attended the Lowell Whiteman School in her younger days.
- Ran Kavik River Camp, an exploration camp providing accommodation in summer.
- Was attacked by a male bear in 2007 and left her limbs severely injured.
- Has an estimated net worth of about $500 thousand.
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