• Eustace Conway has a net worth of $200,000
• He left home at 17 to live in the woods and later hiked the Appalachian Trail
• He starred in the History Channel series "Mountain Men"
• He was subject of the book "The Last American Man"
• He is active on social media, promoting his projects and appearances on "Mountain Men"
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth
|September 15, 1961
Who is Eustace Conway?
Eustace Robinson Conway IV was born on 15 September 1961, in Columbia, South Carolina, USA, and is a naturalist, best known for his appearances in the History Channel reality television series “Mountain Men”. He is also the subject of the book entitled “The Last American Man”, written by Elizabeth Gilbert.
The Wealth of Eustace Conway
How rich is Eustace Conway? As of mid-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $200,000, earned through success in various endeavors. He is the owner of the 1,000-acre Turtle Island Preserve located in Boone, North Carolina. As he continues his efforts, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Travels
Fame in Front of the Cameras
In 2003, a documentary film was made based on Conway’s life entitled “Full Circle: A Life Story of Eustace Conway”; directed by Jack Bibbo, the documentary would increase Conway’s popularity and pave the way for his eventual career in front of the camera. He would become a part of another film entitled “Reconvergence” in 2012, which focuses on the viewpoints of various characters. Conway was the naturalist while other characters in the documentary included a scientist, poet, and historian.
Around the same time, he also became a part of the reality television series “Mountain Men”, which premiered on the History Channel in 2012. The show focuses on him and his land in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina he calls Turtle Island. He helps people by teaching them wilderness survival skills, including ancient techniques on how to live off the land and earn an income. The show also focuses on a lien against his land, and his fight to maintain ownership. He is often joined in the show by Preston Roberts, his close friend.
— Turtle_Island (@Eustace_Conway) January 11, 2014
Land Issues and Deaths
There have been death rumors surrounding Eustace several times in his life, but they were actually proven false, as on one occasion the death reported was actually of Eustace’s father, Eustace Robinson Conway III. His close friend Preston Roberts also passed away in 2017, after fighting his battle with cancer for some time following the discovery that he had an inoperable tumor in his liver.
Personal Life and Social Media
According to reports, Conway has three siblings. There have been no reports of him being involved romantically, or getting married, so many sources believe he is still single. Even though he is called a naturalist, he isn’t out of touch when it comes to technology. He is active online through social media, specifically as a part of Facebook. His page details some of the projects he’s undertaken, including educational summer camp for kids. He also posts a lot of photos of his recent endeavors. He mainly uses the online platform to help him get support for projects that would otherwise not have enough funding to push through. He also promotes his appearances on the show “Mountain Men”.
|Date Of Birth
|September 15, 1961
|Appalachian State University
|Eustace Robinson Conway III, Karen Conway
|Judson Conway, Martha Conway, Walton Conway
|Himself - Mountain Man / Himself
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia