Cody Lundin, an endurance teacher at the Aboriginal Living Skills School in Prescott, Arizona, which he began in 1991, was brought into the world on March 15, 1967.
Cody Lundin teaches wild endurance, crude residing procedures, metropolitan readiness, and homesteading skills to his students. Cody Lundin is a former co-host of the Discovery Channel's unscripted TV show 'Dual Survival'.
From 2010-2014, Lundin co-hosted the network show 'Dual Survival'. On the show, Lundin displayed an assortment of endurance capacities while wearing shorts and going shoeless in various climates. However, Lundin announced on his Facebook page on February 17, 2014, that he had been sacked from the series attributable to clashing perspectives on safety issues.
Cody Lundin lives in a self-built off-grid and latent solar-powered home located in northern Arizona's high desert wilderness region. He collects rainwater, composes the soil waste, and does not use service bills and internet access as of 2022.
The net worth of Cody Lundin is estimated to be around $1.5 million.
Details on the annual income of Cody Lundin are unavailable.
Cody Lundin stands tall at 6 ft 2 in (188 cm).
Cody Lundin is about 55 years old as of 2022, as he was born on March 15, 1967, in Arizona, United States of America.
Cody Lundin grew up with his mother, Sharon Lundin as her only child, while his father's name is unknown. He moved around a lot as a youngster, but in the long run getting comfortable in Laramie, Wyoming, where he completed middle school and secondary school. He completed his further education in Prescott, Arizona, after moving from secondary school and attending Prescott College in 1988. Prescott College granted Lundin a bachelor of arts degree in depth psychology and holistic health in 1991.
As per his personal life, Cody Lundin is single as of 2022.
Cody Lundin is an officially acknowledged professional survival educator with over 30 years of on-the-job training and experience. Cody Lundin is a survival instructor who graduated from Prescott College and is known for his survival skills.
He is best known for hosting the Discovery Channel's TV show 'Lost In The Wild' in 2004 and co-hosting 'Dual Survival' from 2010-2014, a Discovery Channel TV reality show. He is also popular for being the author of the two books '98.6 Degrees: The Art Of Keeping Your Ass Alive' (2003) and 'When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes' (2007).
Cody Lundin has a keen interest in teaching others how to survive in the wilderness.
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