On April 13, 1973, Matt Dix was born. In 2021, she will be 47 years old. Matt is also of the Aries zodiac, which corresponds to his birthday.
Matt Dix grew up in his hometown of Augusta, Maine. Dana and Betty Merrill Dix, his parents, were married for over 50 years and celebrated their anniversary on October 26th.
Though little was said about Matt’s father, his mother, Betty, was forthright about herself. She identified herself as a former People’s United Financial Human Resources Manager who retired in 2013 and an ex-VP of Human Resources at Maine Bank & Trust. She grew up in Yarmouth, Maine, and attended the University of Colorado Boulder.
When it comes to Matt’s grandmother, she was once featured on Maine Cabin Masters during season 3 – episode 316. With $25,000 in family money, the crew restored Matt’s grandfather’s old shed to its former glory and frequently visited grandmother nearby.
Matt has a sister named Missy Fitch among his siblings. She worked as a Proposal Writer at Change Healthcare in Waterville, Maine. She attended Cony High School for her education. Missy’s Facebook relationship status stated that she was “divorced” in 2021.
Matt Dix is approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall (180 cm). Similarly, he weighs less than 83 kg (182lbs).
Matt has sunkissed long hair, uneven teeth, and blue eyes, to name a few of his distinguishing features.
Matt had 4.5K followers on his Facebook page “Dixie Maine Cabin Masters” as of February 2021. Meanwhile, his private Instagram and Twitter accounts were not discovered.
He was, however, present on the crew’s official Instagram page “@mainecabinmasters,” which has 52K followers, and Twitter @mainecabinmstrs, which has 3.3K followers.
According to reports, Matt and his team earned around $30 thousand from a single project. And they’ve completed a number of significant projects, including the Travis Mills Foundation, the Agassiz Village renovation, the Kennebec Valley YMCA playground cabin in Augusta, and many others.
Matt was credited to over IMDB episodes from the show Maine Cabin Masters in 2021. He worked at Kennebec Cabin Company, which was owned by the show’s star, Chase Morrill. The company was founded on February 26, 2014, and sold mechs such as T-shirts, Caps, Mugs, and even Maple Syrup ranging in price from $6 to $40.
When Matt wasn’t working on TV, he liked to spend time in the woods, hunting, fishing, and hiking. He also stated that he enjoyed traveling in Northern Maine, specifically the Moosehead area. He hoped to visit Alaska someday.
Matt has stated that if he could be any animal in the world, he would choose a Labrador Retriever because they are loyal, loving, and always happy.
In 2021, Matt Dix’s net worth was less than $1 million. In terms of pay, he earned less than $10,000 per episode.
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|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$1 million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$0.7 million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Net Worth Verification Status||Not Verified|
Matt Dix is, in fact, married. Ginna Flagg Dix, his lovely wife from Gardiner, Maine, is his wife. She graduated from St. Anselm College and went on to study “Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner” at Purdue University Global.
Gina was a Nurse Practitioner (AGNP-C) at Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care in 2021.
Matt and Ginna married on September 22, 2001, after dating for over a year. The married couple was still going strong in 2021 and had no children.
Ginna was also frequently featured on Matt’s Facebook page. The last time we checked, Matt had posted a photo of himself and his wife riding their sleds up to one of their favorite places to watch the sunset. He urged his fans in the caption to take a drive up the scenic Quill Hill if they were ever in the Rangley Maine area.