• Amora Jean Snowbird Brown is a reality television personality, best known for being one of the stars of the show “Alaskan Bush People”.
• As of mid-2019, Snowbird Brown has a net worth of over $100,000.
• Snowbird grew up without much contact with civilization, as her parents opted to have a life separate from the rest of the world.
• The Brown family was indicted for 60 counts of first-degree unsworn falsification, for lying about their Permanent Fund Dividend Forms.
• Snowbird does not have a presence on major social media websites.


Who is Snowbird Brown?

Amora Jean Snowbird Brown was born on 18 November 1994, in Alaska, USA, and is a reality television personality, best known for being one of the stars of the show entitled “Alaskan Bush People”. She has a lot of fame, and attracted criticism from her appearances in the show.

The Net Worth of Snowbird Brown

How rich is Snowbird Brown? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $100,000, earned largely through a successful career on reality television. While she has gained mixed views with her rise to fame, it has been no doubt that the opportunity has led her to other projects as well. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life

Very little is known about Snowbird’s life before her rise to fame. According to numerous sources and the television show, she grew up without much contact with civilization, as her parents opted to have a life separate from the rest of the world. She was the first daughter of her parents which led them to be very excited as all of the older siblings were boys.

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She grew up very independent and tough due to her environment. She loved the outdoors as she spent a lot of time there, and her family helped her develop a lot of necessary skills for her to survive in Alaska. She learned how to fish, to line bait, to track, and hunt for the family. She showcased a strong interest towards animals and owns numerous pets. She also later showed a strong interest towards drawing, and displayed a passion for art as she was growing up.

Alaskan Bush People

Television producers became highly fascinated with the family’s lifestyle and it led to the creation of the reality show entitled “Alaskan Bush People”, featuring the Brown family and their life in the wilderness as they try to live far from modern society. The show started airing in 2014 as a part of the program lineup for the Discovery Channel. The show was filmed on location in Honnah, Alaska as the family travelled around, and later on Chichagof Island, a place where the family settled for many seasons. The family then moved to Okanogan County, Washington State.

The show features the extended Brown family, including the families of some of the adult children, and while it promoted itself as genuine, the show has taken a lot of flak and accused of being fake, of the series being scripted and doing fake storylines, while also fabricating backstories. Despite that, the show has gained a lot of popularity and has run for a total of nine seasons with a 10th season set to be produced. Later reports also revealed that the patriarch and matriarch of the family have criminal backgrounds indicating that they might have chosen a wilderness life to escape being apprehended by the law in the first place.

Residency Issue and Other Controversies

In 2014, the Alaska Department of Revenue did an investigation of the Brown family which led to an indictment of 60 counts of first-degree unsworn falsification. According to reports, the Browns lied about their Permanent Fund Dividend Forms, stating that the family spends most of the year in the country. This led to theft from the fund of over $21,000 spanning three years. The report revealed that unlike what the Browns promote on television, they actually spend more than 180 days away from the state each year. A plea deal was struck which led to fines and 30 days of house arrest.


They got tickets for fishing without a license and buying resident licenses, even though they are not residents. The report also revealed that the Browns have not been official residents of Alaska since 2008, and they own houses in Colorado as well as in Washington. This comes with numerous reports from people who have encountered the family, stating that they act very weird and unlike their television characters when encountered. The family decided to move to Washington for cancer treatment for the matriarch Ami Brown.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, not much is known in terms of any of Brown’s romantic relationships. She has not been public about this aspect of her life, though the show has shown her going out on dates. However, numerous websites have revealed that these supposed dates are actually actors hired for the show. A lot of people have commented on how she has bad teeth, but hasn’t taken any action to fix the problem – some have stated that it might be a requirement for the portrayal of her character in the show.

One of the reasons why there is very limited information about her is due to the lack of any presence on social media websites. Unlike several of her siblings, she does not have a presence on major social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. There are fan pages dedicated to her, but they are not managed by her nor are related to her in any way. These fan pages showcase that she has a good amount of popularity, with a Facebook fan page having over 14,000 likes. Many have also commented that she is attractive, despite the situation with her teeth.

General Info

Full NameSnowbird Brown


ParentsBilly Brown


TV ShowsAlaskan Bush People, Alaskan Bush People: Wild and Free, Alaskan Bush People: Book of Browntown, Alaskan Bush People: Brown Family Bonds

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Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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