Who is Rod Biggs?
Rod Biggs is an American Survivalist and a reality TV personality known for Naked and Afraid XL (2015) and Naked and Afraid (2013). He will most recently appear in the TV series Naked and Afraid XL: Frozen (2022). The brand new Tv show commenced on 31st July on the Discovery Channel.
Rod Biggs Wife
Biggs is happily married to his better half, Erika Biggs. The beautiful pair shares four children; two sons and two daughters. One of his son’s names is Dustin Biggs.
Rod Biggs Education
Upon attaining his high school certificate at Southeast High School, Rod went on and attended one of the colleges in his hometown where he graduated and earned his degree.
Rod Biggs Parents, Siblings
He was born and grew up in Wichita, Kansas with his devoted parents. Rod has unique parenting. Besides this, he hasn’t revealed any details in regards to his parents or siblings.
Rod Biggs Height and Weight
Biggs has an estimated height of 5 feet 11 inches and weighs around 96 kg.
Rod Biggs Nationality/Ethnicity
Biggs is an African-American by birth and holds black ethnicity.
Rod Biggs Wikipedia
He hails from one family in Wichita, Kansas. Rod is recognized for appearing in Naked and Afraid XL (2015) and Naked and Afraid (2013) and now Naked and Afraid XL (2022)
Rod Biggs Naked and Afraid XL: Frozen
Biggs is one of the cast members for the ongoing unscripted TV drama Naked and Afraid. Naked and Afraid XL: Frozen centers on 12 of Naked and Afraid’s All-stars as they take on 14 nights and days in the frozen ice-covered wilderness. In this season’s trial, contestants will need collaboration, information, and mental sturdiness that main the most achieved Naked and Afraid XL survivalists have.
Pushing the very limits of human endurance, the females and males must all vie for the same limited shelter, food, and water while avoiding venom-filled reptiles and territorial-sensitive predators. Because there is no other option, the contenders quickly get to know one another — and their survival skills– surroundings and hope that their instincts and intestinal fortitude serve them well.”