Shelby Stanga is an American television personality known as ‘Swamp Man’ on History Channel. Shelby Stanga came into limelight through his tv series Ax Men on History Channel in 2009. He has presented his swamp-logging skills in a third, fourth and fifth season of the show. At present, he casts in the reality show The Legend of Shelby the Swamp Man.

  • American
  • Swamp-Logger
  • 5 feet 9 inches
  • Mississippi, U.S
  • Donna
  • $400 Thousand
  • Shelby Stanga

Personal and Family Life

Shelby Stanga was born in Louisiana to American parents. He grew up and attended the local school of Louisiana. Due to the poor financial condition, his mother forced him to drop out school when he was in grade 9. 

Stanga is married to his wife Donna who is Jehovah’s Witnesses. It has been more than 15 years they are together and saving the vow of their marriage. The couples love to the deepest and care a lot about likes and dislikes of one another. 

In one episode of Ax Men, Stanga tried hard to catch crawfish for their 14th anniversary because Donna loves them. Though his two days off from swamp logging, he couldn’t catch a single crawfish and gifted 14 inexplicable swamp flowers to his wife. And, during lunch, warned her not to touch food after touching those poisonous flowers. Donna explained that day as, ‘just another day in paradise rather than their anniversary’.


Lifestyle and Measurements

Shelby Stanga is a strong and sorted man with an outspoken nature. He is tall with the height of 5 feet 9 inches and has an average body shape. He loves to live a simple life rather than luxurious one despite being a celebrity. 

He loves hunting, fishing, and logging and only has an iPhone as a fancy gadget. At present, he is living with his wife in their house in Mississippi. He is friendly and has a sound sense of humor. He is active on Facebook rather than Twitter and Instagram.

He is interested in charity works and involved in various organizations. He tends to keep his personal stuff in low-profile and simple as it is.





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