Cat Bigney Biography

Cat Bigney is a beautiful blue-eyed brunette who is a survival expert and a medical instructor. As Cat was born in between the mountains, she got prepared for her current job since her childhood. She is also an advocate who stands for many human rights and environmental rights and fights for them.

Early Life

Cat Bigney has not revealed her date of birth or her birth year but she was born to her parents in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Cat chooses to keep her parent’s name a secret but proudly says that her father and grandfather were both contracted beaver trappers. Her information about siblings is not known. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, in the USA.

As a student, Cat is known to have a local high school after which, she attended the Utah Valley University from which she graduated with a degree of Bachelors in Behavioral Sciences majoring in the field of Anthropology. She also graduated “Summa- Cum- Laude.”

Cat Bigney Career

She joined the Boulder Outdoor Survivor School located in Boulder, Utah, in 2000, where she worked as a wilderness instructor and is now a head instructor at the same place and works with some of the world’s top survival experts. Cat joined as an assistant professor of the Geography and Behavioral Sciences department in 2004, as well as an NCAA compliance, and stayed there till 2008. After that, in November 2010, Cat joined the Wilderness Medical Institute of the National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander located in Wyoming where she worked as a wilderness medicine instructor and also a wilderness first responder.

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Cat worked as a survivor consultant for Shine TV’s television show “The Island with Bear Grylls from October 2014 to December 2014, which premiered in 2015. She joined the National Geographic Channel in December 2014, where she worked as a researcher, contributor, and prehistoric survival educator, and in 2016, she became a TV host and a survival instructor for the National Geographic Channel’s The Great Human Race where she co-hosted with Bill Schindler who is an archaeologist and a professor at Washington College in Maryland.

Cat Bigney Biography

Real Name Cat Bigney
Birth Date 1980s
Age (as of 2021) 30-40 Years
Birth Place Wasatch Mountains of Utah, USA
Nationality American
Profession Medical Expert & Survival Expert
Religion Christianity
Sun sign

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 4” – in Centimeters – 163 cm (Approx.)
Weight in Kilograms – 63 kg  –  in Pounds –  138 lbs (Approx.)
Body Measurements 34-28-36
Bra Size 34A
Waist Size 28 Inches
Hips Size 36 Inches
Shoe Size 7 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Athletic




School Local High School
College Utah Valley University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Is she Lesbian? No
Who is her Boyfriend? Not Known
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Personal Life

As for her dating life, Cat is not still prepared to start a family. She chooses to be independent and concentrate on her work and job as of now. Cat’s relationship would be revealed on her social media account after she finds a boyfriend or a husband for her. As of now, there is no official news about her relationship or marriage. She has also not been previously engaged.

Cat Bigney Net Worth

Cat lives a very adventurous life since a very young age. As a result that, she earns an estimated net worth of $ 1 million USD. She earns this amount by working hard as a professor, host, survival expert, and also as a medical instructor. Cat’s net worth can be estimated to increase as now she is a part of National Geographic.


  • Cat is also an athlete who plays sports like water polo, rugby, and football.
  • Cat was a part of the Behavioral Sciences Club, Women’s Rugby club, NCAA Compliance Support, and the Native Sun.
  • As a student, Cat was also a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
  • Cat has traveled to many places like Ethiopia, Turkey, Mongolia, Alaska, Oregon, and many more with The Great Human Race.
  • Bigney has worked as a volunteer for organizations such as The Road Home Foundation & The Ssejinja Children’s Foundation.
  • Cat learned how to trap and skin beavers, make fire and build a shack since she was very young.

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