Noah Brown is best known as “Mr. Fix It” on the Discovery Channel’s docu-reality series, Alaskan Bush People.
He was born on July 18, 1992, in Alaska to Billy and Ami Brown as the youngest son of the Brown family.
He has four brothers, Matt, Bam Bam, Gabe and Bear, and two sisters, Snowbird and Rain.
As a kid, Noah enjoyed taking things apart and assembling them back together just to see how they worked.
He starred as a regular cast member on Alaskan Bush People, with his family, in May 2014.
He is known as the jack of all trades on the show for his interest in math, science, and engineering.
His room in the bush is a cross between a metal fabrication shop and science laboratory where Noah builds robots from scrap.
Noah took on Facebook on October 13, 2017, to announce his engagement with Rhain Alisha.
He also thanked Rhain for standing by him while his family was going through a tough time with Ami’s cancer battle.
After his mother was diagnosed with cancer, the entire Brown family left the Alaskan bush and moved into $2.7 million mansion in Beverly Hills for the treatments.
However, shortly after Ami completed her treatment and returned home, Noah and his brother, Bam Bam fled to California.
Later, he was spotted with Rhain in Montana and Oregon.
Reportedly, Noah and the Brown family have not been getting along too well, so he has been living separately from the family in Trinidad, Colorado.
On March 31, 2018, Noah and Rhain had a pre-wedding ceremony at Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. But, the Noah’s family wasn’t not invited.
The two are planning to tie the knot in August 2018.