In one of the more bizarre yet interesting concepts in reality TV series, Ax Men follows the exploits of logging crews. The show takes place in the forests of Northwestern Oregon, Washington, and Montana, and the rivers of Louisiana and Florida. Drawing inspirations from original TV series like Deadliest Catch and Ice Raod Truckers, the show is heavily dominated by men with Kately Sims being the sole exception. The driver of the Dreadknots Logging crew, Kate is a headstrong personality. She was introduced into the fray as the cousin of the former driver, Dave Stone. But the pair are unrelated in real life. She works alongside her crew to recover logs from the Withlacoochee.
Who is Katelyn Sims?
Katelyn Sims was born on the 22nd of October, 1990 in Florida. Kate comes from a family of loggers including her father, Clint Roberts, and mother Leisa Sims. The eldest child of the family Kate was raised alongside her sister, Amber. Little is known about her early life apart from the fact that she was passionate about logging. The reality TV star is fond of her nephews and has a bond personality. Not to shy away from difficult tasks, Kate also loves a bit of dancing.
Career and Net Worth:
Little is known about Kate before her appearance in Ax Men. Kate debuted as the driver for the Dreadknots Loggin and has been with the crew ever since. Alongside her appearances in the series, Kate also works at the Ker’s wing house. A known philanthropist, Kate exceeds in gymnastics and holds several pedigrees in the filed. It is estimated that Kate has a total net worth of USD 250,000.
Husband & Children:
Katelyn likes to keep her personal affair away from public media. As of now, we can not find anything about her love affair or dating timeline. Hence, it remains a secret if she is married or not. The same goes for her children. One thing we can tell for sure is she adores children and can be seen with several pictures with her little nephews on her social media pages.
Unknown to many fans, Kate has battled Cystic Fibrosis all her life. A regular patient to the doctors’ clinic, Kate had already made rounds of more than 27 doctors by the age of 2. She was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at the age of 4. At the time, doctors warned that Kate will not live for more than 12 years. Not only has Kate proven her doctors wrong, but she has also excelled in all her endeavors. Despite her several health problems, Kate claims that she is happy to have Cystic Fibrosis.
“I really think if I didn’t have cystic fibrosis, I would be a completely different person, because the experiences and obstacles that you’re faced with, they make you have to be strong mentally and physically,” she said. “They make you have to fight.”