Reality TV is an excellent path to fame. It is amusing how regular individuals have gained so many opportunities through it. The reality TV show Mountain Man’ has done the same for its cast as well. Kyle bell, a bushman secluded from modern technology, rose to fame and became an American reality TV personality.
Who actually is Kyle Bell?
Kyle Bell is an American hunter & outfitter, outdoorsman, former bronco rider, and reality television actor. A native of New Mexico, Kyle appeared on the reality television Mountain Men during season 3 and season 4. Kyle owns 45,000 acres of rugged land in Cimarron Valley which he uses to run his outfitting business.
Kyle Bell age and physical traits:
Kyle Bell was born in October 1957 in New Mexico, United States. The birthdate makes him 65 years of age. He holds American citizenship and if ethnicity is concerned Kyle comes from a family line tracing him to German or Celtic ancestry. Kyle has green eye color and a short body stature standing at 5 feet 6 inches (approx). Kyle was born with a different hair color, and in his 60s, the age has caught up making his beard and hair white and grey.
Early life and childhood:
Born in New Mexico, Kyle grew up learning the traditional way of living. He lived a secluded life far away from modern technology. That’s right! no smartphones, no refrigerators, and no wifi. Crazy right? Kyle grew up in the traditional way of living which was more familiar 100 or 150 years earlier. He would explore the outdoors hunting and gathering. He could make his own fire by the time he grew up. We can say Kyle learned to survive in nature with the bare minimum. At some point in childhood, he got interested in rodeoing and eventually made it as a Bronco rider.
Kyle does not just look like the part he is a real cowboy. He used to do bronco riding back in the day like his fellow cast member Tom Oar. After his day as a rider ended, Kyle got more time to focus on his traditional way of living. Also having known the rugged land of Cimarron Valley, Nex Mexico like the back of his hands gave Kyle got an edge over other contenders and eventually made the cast of the reality show Mountain Men in 2014.
Kyle appeared in seasons 3 and 4 of the show along with his Son, Ben, acting as his sidekick. The father-son duo was unique to the screen since the others were individual older men. However, the viewers loved it since the pair was an instant eye-catcher. The cute father-son duo doing all the primitive stuff together and bonding is something the audience loved. However, they abruptly left the show without much explanation, leaving the audience wanting more.
After leaving the Show:
Over the years Kyle has lived in Texas (Mount Pleasant, Dallas), and Colorado (Kim) nonetheless, he calls Cimarron Valley, New Mexico his home. After leaving the show, Kyle tried his hand at his own adventure calling it a step up from Mountain Men. Kyle created a YouTube channel and a blog called ‘Survival Sense .’It was excellently targeted towards the audience of ‘Mountain Men,’ the ones that loved them and the show. The duo cleared their purpose for the blog by providing common sense survival skills that people seem to have lost over the years.
However, the blog now remains untouched as no articles have been published since 2016.
Bell family has found significant success in the outfitting business. Kyle and his wife LeVonne now run Flossom Outfitters which is a full-time outfitting company providing hunting experience on their private land in Cimarron Valley in northeastern New Mexico spanning 45,000 acres. While Kyle’s wife is there to teach the non-hunt specific details from food/snacks and dining, Kyle guides them on hunting in the rugged mountain area.
Kyle Bell married is married LeVonne Bell, who is 11 years younger. The date of the marriage is yet to be mentioned. They have a son together, Ben Bell, who is now grown up. Ben used to be his father’s confidant on the “Mountain Men.”
Ben Bell; the modern Mountain Man??
We could see that Kyle wanted a similar lifestyle for his son. Just like the viewers, young Ben too learned a lot from his father, such as how to build a fire, and hunt for food. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Ben follows his primitive lifestyle.
The little boy was undoubtedly skilled and open to learning new things. Along with the basics, we could also see the boy following his father to break trails on grassland, build fences, and clear rattlesnakes.
Kyle Bell has an estimated net worth of about $3 million. He runs a very successful Hunting guide along with his wife and makes a fortune out of there.
Charles Kyle Bell
New Mexico, United States
Reality Television Actor, Hunter, Former Bronco rider, Outfitter