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Ron Methvin Wiki/Biography
Ron Methvin is an alligator hunter and reality personality, best known for starring in ‘’Swamp People’’. Unfortunately, the information regarding his birthday isn’t available, although he was born in Pineville, Louisiana.
So just how rich is Ron Methvin as of late 2017? His net worth is estimated by authoritative sources to be over $200,000; he reputedly makes more than $60,000 per year, and largely accumulated from his over four years-long career as a reality television star with a salary of $5,000 per episode. In addition to that, he is a US military veteran who served in Afghanistan, and a trained sharpshooter.
Ron Methvin Net Worth $200,000
Ron spend a lot of time on outdoors activities in the woods or on water when he was growing up. Prior to his reality television career, Methvin was in the US military, but had started off as a corrections officer in jails, then moved to the position of a narcotics investigator, working in that position for another ten years. He served as a Louisiana National Guard from 1999 until 2005, and finished his service as an E-5. As of 2004, Ron became a Lafourche sheriff’s deputy. His service in Afghanistan taught him discipline, skill and strategy, which he used later on in his reality career.
In 2012, he joined the cast of ‘’Swamp People’’, broadcast on the History Channel, which is focused on a group of people who hunt alligators. Originally, the cast was from Louisiana’s swamp areas, but the show expanded later on. Methvin joined in order to help another participant, Bruce Mitchell, as participants of the show work in teams. He made his debut in the episode entitled ‘’Gator Gold Rush’’, which originally aired on 9 February 2012, the season three premiere episode; overall, it received a mixed response from the audience. Each team gets a quota of hunted gators they need to fill. Every hunt, based on the size and weight of the alligator is worth a certain amount of money. For example, the price for 50 ‘gators can be as high as $16,800. The cast spends an entire September hunting alligators, but after all of the ‘’tags’’ are filled, the season is over, which means that members of the ‘’Swamp People’’ get to return to their every-day activities and jobs. As of today, Ron is also a patrol supervisor.
Many of them continue hunting other animals or fishing. Ron continues to appear in ‘’Swamp People’’, helping his colleague Bruce hunting in Hammond, Louisiana, and has appeared in 74 episodes so far. The eighth season of the show premiered in February 2017, and overall the series receives positive reviews. The show holds a Telly Award for TV Programs, Segments, or Promotional Pieces Film/Video – Entertainment.
When it comes to his personal life, Ron hasn’t shared much information – it is unknown if he is married or not, however, he is known to have a son and a daughter. Ron often shares his hunting adventures on his official Facebook page, but is rather secretive about his family life.
|Place Of Birth||Pineville, Louisiana, USA|
|Profession||TV Reality personality, alligator hunter|
|Movies||Swamp People (TV Series, 2012-2018)|
|TV Shows||Swamp People (TV Series): Blood and Guts (2018), Cajun Cartel (2018), End of the Line (2016), Home Stretch (2016), Episode dated 4 April 2016 (2016), Gamblin' Man (2016), Rumble in the Swamp (2014)|