Cute young girl Rain Brown appeared in Alaskan Bush People shared her wiki from height, age, family, siblings, net worth, boyfriend to education detail. When they were introduced by the Discovery Channel as “unlike any other family in America”, you knew you were going to view something different. When Alaskan Bush People premiered on Discovery Channel on May 2014, few were able to calculate its success. The story of Brown family was unique and different than all the reality shows, TV history had witnessed. The documentary style reality show became a fan favorite instantly, and still remains to be so even in its 7th season. The extended Brown family and their adventures in the cold wilderness of the Alaskan region gave way to some good television. Rain Brown rose to fame as a member of this Brown family.
|Full Name||Rain Brown|
|Birth Date||November 23, 2002|
|Parents||Billy and Ami|
|Source of Income||Reality Star|
|Sibling||Solomon, Gabriel, Noah, Joshua and Snowbird|
Rain is the daughter of Billy Brown, the patriarch of the Brown family, and Ami Brown. Rain was born as Merry Christmas Katherine Raindrop “Rainy” Brown on 2002. She is the youngest of the seven Brown children. Her brothers, Matt, Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, and her sister Bird all stars in Alaskan Bush People along with her and their parents. Across the span of the telecast of the show, Rain has revealed herself to be in possession of a lot of talents. Her ability to do quality sculpting has shocked many a viewers. She is an avid reader and as it was revealed in the show, she loves reading Enid Blyton’s Nancy Drew. It has been estimated that the compensation she receives for each episode, maybe anywhere between, $8,000 to 15,000.
Rain said in an episode of the show that her life is surrounded by music and she loves listening to songs. Discovery hosted a “Hidden Talent” segment, where to the surprise of the viewers, it was revealed that Rain knows how to play a ukulele and she loves to sit in the serenity of the jungle and play her ukulele for hours in the day.
As Billy Brown puts it eloquently “We explore, we wander, we live. If you think about it, it’s the life we were meant to live”. Rain has proved to be a worthy warrior in this struggle of survival, battling sub-zero temperatures, extreme climatic conditions and the loneliness of living in the wilderness.