Sue Aikens – Biography, Net Worth (Life Below Zero)

By | November 4, 2016

Life Below Zero star Sue Aikens net worth is $500 thousand. Born in 1963, living in Alaska, find her wiki, age, earning, husband and family background. Sue Aikens is a celebrity from Alaska, who is popular for her show “Life below Zero” of National Geographic Channel. Her fame is not depending on just one show, she is the part of three different shows. She runs her own “Kivik River Camp”.

Sue Aikens net worth

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Name Sue Aikens
Net Worth $500,000
Source of Income Television personality
Annual Salary $200,000
Monthly Income $16,000
Weekly Income $4,000
Birth Date July 1, 1963
Ethnicity White
Height N/A
Weight N/A
Boyfriend Single
Husband N/A

Sue at first introduced to the television world with the reality show “Sarah Palin’s Alaska”. Then she gave her career a new fly with “Flying Wild Alaska” but she appeared for just two episode of the show.  Her survival story at a remote area of Alaska in “Life below Zero” is the most attractive one which is getting huge fame day by day. It is a story of her everyday living struggle in such an area. Her camp is just a few miles away from Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. She is living there with the motto that, “If it hurts, don’t thing about it”.

Sui Aikens, the winner if life was born on 1st July of 1963. She is not an Alaskan by born as she was born in Chicago but she moved to Alaska with her mother at her very young age and then brought up there.

She is quite accustomed to the nature and inhabitants of River Camp even she was going through by a juvenile bear attack badly, but never stopped her survival journey at her Kivik River Camp. She is there for a long time; nearly 13 years ago she shifted there.

Life below Zero is the most popular show on National Geographic channel and enough big platforms to give her huge fame and fortune in a very short time period. In her camp, there are six people and everyone earns $4500 for every week and the net worth of the main protagonist of the show, Sue Aikens is over $ 500, 000,00.

Her camp is the best place for fishing and hunting with full equipment. The National Geographic channel has told her life story through a series web video “Sue in the City”, it is her life story when she lives in New York City.

Many people thought that Sue was in military which is not true, she just love nature and enjoying her life while living close to nature. She is very active on Facebook and Twitter. Facebook is the way of her to connect with the world and her fans.

16 thoughts on “Sue Aikens – Biography, Net Worth (Life Below Zero)

  1. Ronald Banks

    I would like to say that this show is fabulous for people that have no knowledge off The outdoors it is perfect for the younger generation that need this kind of learning that would help them out in the future to understand how crucial it is about our wildlife and so muçh more including things I learned like how global warming is effecting the way they have to survive really important.

  2. Carrie McCLain

    Hi Sue, my dad a Ken loves you 🙂 He watches Life Below Zero all the time!! We are watching right now from Gettysburg sd where the battle wasn’t. Take good care:)

  3. Ronald J Swackhamer

    Sue, I want to say that you wearing the Marines Hoodie when you went to Fairbanks is awesome. I as a Marine have spent many nights out in the middle of nowhere but what you do is awesome.

  4. ricky ocanas

    I think the way you live is really cool and cold . Lord bless and stay safe .

  5. Nicole Servos

    Sue Aikens is my idol! What an amazing person she is with her way of life, her affirmations and her wit!! Watching her on “Life below zero” is a great escape and enables you to live vicariously through her in the comfort of home. She is so brave and strong minded. Not sure I could live alone like that……
    Loved her birthday celebration video with her friends and family. Loved her visit to New York and the pier. Absolutely adore this lady

  6. Pat

    My husband and i love this program we are in our 80s and we watch it every night
    What a brave làdy she is itshows how tough woman can be
    Please keep making the program

  7. D

    Sue you are something else…so much respect for you from Oregon.

  8. Alex

    Wonderful show- Sue is my favorite. Couple of younger newbies in the later seasons- nice..
    Great inspiration to decide what kind of life you want and live it.

  9. Bigjohnnyt

    Sue is the coolest chick on reality could take any of them and put them on survivor and they would win.the gallstones are bad-a$$es too.and why just acts too weird for me. Like the young man and his wife from season 1,but he left the show.

    1. Mrs T. Jacobs

      Hi Sue. We love watching you in Life below Zero. You are in sink with nature and life and do not have a lazy hair on your head. You are living your dream while you are working extremely hard. We are proud of you! We salute you for that!
      May you be blessed with continious health.
      Tersia – (South Africa)

  10. Greg

    While I initially felt that Sue was a ‘different’ but oddly likeable person, after watching her smash her snowmobile I’d have to say that that’s one of the most stupid things I have ever seen. To blame a machine for a human action is absolutely astounding. Lost a lot of respect there.

  11. Scott Tyler

    Lot of work out in there in Gods country.
    Looks like fun, guys like me like that tho.
    Sorry i’m not your neighbor Sue.
    Take care and keep your guard up on those bears.

  12. Vanessa

    Hey Sue
    Just started watching you this year, love your way of life, I ‘ have great respect for your way of looking at REAL life, keep vigilant , hopefully one day I can visit the refuge now that’s my Real Dream, your my FAV on the show! :0)
    Hug your foxy for me

  13. Jerri Lewis

    Sue You are my hero!!!! I am a woman living in Montana and I hunt and not so much fish and I am so proud of you. I am in awe of your skills and the ability to survive what ever comes your way. Way to go girl!!!!! And you also need to know I was so stressed and worried about you when you had the snowmachine accident. You gotta be careful!!! Shit!! It took my breath away lady I was really concerned. Take care of yourself.

  14. Anthony Palmer (England)

    Hi Sue, I have been following your exploits on Life Below Zero for a long time never cease to amaze me .How I envy you being able to interactwith the foxes to me is mind blowing.I gather that what we see on t.v. was recorded long ago and so what has happened to you since? You are an amazing lady and I feel privelaged to have known tou through the media. I would so love to meetyou though i doubt this will ever happen but one can only live in hopes.Stay strong and look after yourself.

  15. Don Smith

    No need to slaughter animal, unless it’s for food. Far too much time spent chopping timber and fixing machines. With all modern cons these people can’t be roughing it. Looking in their homes you see all the up to date gear. Some even have their own wood sawing facilities. Teenage girls hunting wearing nail varnish:-)
    Trapping is cruel and there is no need for it in the USA in 2017. Far too many repeats. It’s a turn off and I do now. Off.


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