Matt Dix (born April 13, 1973) is a 49-year-old American reality television personality and carpenter who is best known for his appearance on the show, Maine Cabin Masters.
Matt has been a part of several humanitarian programs and initiatives and his choice to feature in Maine Cabin Masters was not uncharacteristic of him. Not to be confused with Matt Dix, the Island Grown Initiative (IGI) farm director, this Matt became a favorite of viewers for his hardworking and helpful nature.
Summary of Matt Dix’s Biography
- Full Name: Matthew Dix
- Nickname: Dixie
- Gender: Male
- Date of Birth: April 13, 1973
- Matt Dix’s Age: 49 Years Old
- Nationality: American
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
- Religion: Christianity
- Marital Status: Married
- Matt Dix’s Wife: Ginna Flagg Dix
- Matt Dix’s Parents: Dana and Betty Merrill Dix
- Siblings: Missy Fitch (sister)
- Matt Dix’s Height in Inches: 71 Inches (5 feet 11 inches)
- Matt Dix’s Height in Centimeters: 180 cm (1.8 m)
- Matt Dix’s Weight: 66 kg (145 lbs)
- Matt Dix’s Net Worth: $1 million
- Famous for: Being a reality TV actor
Born in Augusta, Matt Dix is Currently 49 Years Old
Matthew Dix was born on April 13, 1973, and is presently 49 years old. He was raised by his parents, Dana and Betty Merrill Dix, in Augusta, Maine, where he was born. He is of Caucasian heritage, an American, and his birthdate means his zodiac personality is Aries.
He is not the only child born to his parents as he was brought up with one known sibling – a sister known as Missy Fitch. Matt Dix weighs 66 kilograms and stands at 5 feet 11 inches tall. His hair is brown and he has gorgeous warm brown eyes.
Not so much can be said about his educational background as details about that aspect of his life are not very clear. If nothing, we know that he had his basic education (elementary and high school). However, we do not have access to information about his tertiary educational history or the course he studied. He most likely received his degree from an institution in the United States.
But looking at his career path (as a carpenter on Maine Cabin Masters), it is easy to assume that the 49-year-old never attended college. According to research, only 23% of carpenter graduates receive a bachelor’s degree, while 42% of them finish with a high school diploma.
Meet the Members of Matt Dix’s Family
Matthew Dix spent his formative years in a close-knit, devoted family. On October 26, 2022, his parents, who have been wed for more than 50 years, celebrated their wedding anniversary.
Details about Matt’s father and his occupation are not available but it is known that his mother, Betty Merrill, is a human resource personnel. She left her position as human resources manager at People’s United Financial in 2013 and was, thereafter, employed at Maine Bank & Trust as Vice President of Human Resources.
One of Matt’s other family members is his sister, Missy Fitch, who lives in Waterville, Maine, and was formerly a proposal writer for Change Healthcare. Missy attended Cony High School before heading to college. She did get married at some point but that is history now as she updated her Facebook profile in 2021 tagging herself a divorcee.
Matt Dix Does Mostly Carpentry on Maine Cabin Masters
After joining the primary cast of the Magnolia Network reality television show Maine Cabin Masters, Matt Dix gained popularity among the general public. Following contractor Chase Morrill, his sister Ashley Morrill, a designer, and her carpenter husband, Ryan Eldridge, as they restore and renovate cabins in Maine, the program also focuses on their lives. Carpenters Matt Dix, aka Dixie, and Jared, aka Jedi, are also featured in each episode.
Having premiered on January 2, 2017, Cabin Masters Maine is now in its ninth season. It was the top-rated program on the Magnolia Network for its first three seasons. Every episode starts off with Chase presenting Ashley and Ryan to a brand-new cabin—referred to as a camp in the neighborhood—and its proprietors. The cottages always need a lot of work and are always in terrible condition.
The renovation has a price range and a completion date. The Cabin Masters then make every effort to rehabilitate these buildings, maintaining their original purpose while occasionally including contemporary conveniences like solar panels and biodegradable toilets.
The Cabin Masters ceremoniously hand over the keys to the newly renovated cabin to its owners at the conclusion of the episode. Although Chase is the team leader, the group completes their assignment through a collaborative effort.
As the designer, Ashley selects paint hues and other aesthetic elements as well as finds items specific to Maine culture, such as tote bags made from recycled sails. For his part in the program as a carpenter, Matt Dix is well-recognized.
Matt Dix and his team have worked on several projects, including the renovation of Agassiz Village, the YMCA playground in Kennebec Valley cottage located in Augusta, and the Travis Mills Foundation. Together, they make an average of $30,000 per episode. Matt has appeared in over 120 episodes since the show began in 2017.
Who Is Matt Dix’s Wife or Partner?
Matt Dix is presently married to a woman named Ginna Flagg Dix. Ginna is an American woman of white ethnicity who lives in the United States. She studied adult/gerontology at St. Anselm College and currently works as a nurse at Purdue University Global. Before then, she worked as an AGNP-C nurse practitioner at the prestigious Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care.
Before being married on September 22, 2001, the pair dated for several years. This means they have been married for slightly over two decades. In all their years together, there have been no public scandals involving them and they do their very best to stay away from undue attention.
Matt and Ginna Don’t Seem To Have Any Kids Yet
Two decades is a long time for a couple to stay together without children but that seems to be the lot of Matt Dix, and his wife, Ginna. The two are currently in their forties and do not to have children, and Matt has never talked about the reason for that. His naturally upbeat personality makes it difficult to tell whether it has been a source of worry for the family.