Find out what Sister Wife star Kody Brown does to make a living away from the TLC show…
Kody Brown is known for starring in TLC sister wives with his three wives, Christina, Janelle and Meri. Viewers of the show already know enough about his love life, but may be curious to know what he does for his living.
Read on to find out what the 53-year-old does outside of starring in reality shows.
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When the show first aired in 2010, Cody was president of Das Hundhaus Firearms and Accessories, a gun company based in Sandy, Utah, until 2004.
However, in 2005, Kodi and Meri reportedly filed for bankruptcy. Yahoo!newsThe company has since closed.
That same year, the show debuted on TLC, and Kody founded his own production company, Brown Family Entertainment.
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It’s unclear what Kodi is doing now, but he’s actually working. His son Paedon Brown confirmed in a TikTok video that his father works outside the show. bottom. in contact.
Kody founded his own production company in 2010.
Kody will also open a Cameo account in 2021, charging fans $99 for personalized video messages.
in the meantime TLC has yet to confirm another series Amidst the show, the family is making headlines recently as it was reported in December that Janelle and Cody had taken their time with their relationship.
According to InTouch, Janelle decided to call it quits after the couple, who married in 1993, began to fall apart under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The show has yet to be renewed for another season
The publication said Janelle’s decision was also said to have been facilitated by Christine’s split from Kodi, which was announced in November 2021 and picked up as a storyline for Season 17.
Christine announced the news on Instagram at the time, saying the couple had decided to go their separate ways after 25 years.
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