Kody Brown

Kody Brown was born on 16th June 1969 in the United States. Kody Wynn Brown is the son of William and Genielle Brown. Kody's father was a poligamist polygamist and he has 9 siblings.

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He is famous for featuring his family n the famous TLC family show Sister Wives. Kody Brown was initially  an advertising Salesman before he became a reality TV personality. The  reality series gave Kody a lot of fame and prominence. Due to this life style, alien to basic American culture, Kody captured the attention of the masses . He has a net worth of more than $800 thousand along with nationwide fame.

Kody's sister introduced him to Meri Berber Barber in 1989. They had a quick courtship got engaged in December of the same year. They were married in April 1990. Kody and Meri have one child  Mariah who was born in 1995.

Janelle Schriever was a friend of Meri's and met Kody while he and Meri were engaged married to Meri's brother. After their divorce, Eventually Janelle and Kody became friends began a courtship and married in 1993. Janelle has six children with Kody born between 1994 and 2004. Their children include Logan Taylor, Madison "Maddie" Rose , Hunter Elias , Robert Garrison , Gabriel and Savanah.

Christine expressed her interest in marrying Kody after being friends with him for several years. He proposed to Christine on their first date on February 14, 1994 and they were  spiritually married on March 25, 1994. Christine and Kody have six children born between 1995 and 2010. Their children include Aspyn, Mykelti Ann, Paedon, Gwendlyn  Ysabel Paige and Truely Grace.

Kody's fourth wife is Robyn Sullivan met him at church in 2009. Robyn was a single mother with 3 children from a previous marriage at the time. Robyn and Kody were spiritually married in 2010. In December of 2014, Kody legally divorced his first wife, Meri, and legally married his fourth wife, Robyn, so he could adopt her three children

In 2010 TLC launched Sister Wives a reality show based on Kody Brown and his extended family. The subject matter of the series was something more likely to generate the controvers This is because polygamy was already the most debated topic in America in context of the American culture.The family stated that part of the reason for doing the show was to increase awareness and acceptance of their way of life. Only a month after the show first aired Kody Brown came under  investigation for polygamy. The Browns filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Utah on July 13, 2011, that challenged Utah's criminal polygamy law. Eventually the criminal charges in Utah were dropped. 

The show recieved mixed reviews from several media outlets. Shari Puterman, television columnist with the Asbury Park Press, felt the sister wives had issues with jealousy and self-worth, and she compared Kody to a cult leader. Several people have criticized the show for down playing the families religious convictions.  Hank Stuever the Washington Post Writer named the series as Refreshingly Frank. The most interesting observation came from Los Angeles Times, TV critic Mary McNamara. She opined that the Brown’s family seemed to be a matriarchal arrangement more than a patriarchal one. The reason she gave is that all the wives seem to be the center the family, they are very much associated with each other and don’t bother much with their husband like traditional wives. Many other website such as also appreciated the Kody family for bringing an unfamiliar topic into the open.

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Net Worth 2021: 800 thousand
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Last Modified: Jun 27 2020
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