While the fans of The Curse of Oak Island still keep wondering if the brothers, Rick and Marty Lagina, will ever find the mysterious treasure that they have been obsessed with for a long time, there’s another star of the show you may not have been giving enough attention to–and that is archaeologist Miriam Amirault.
As of this writing, Miriam has already appeared multiple times on The Curse of Oak Island and is slowly coming to the viewers’ attention. Learn about Miriam’s age, net worth, relationship status, and more in the wiki article below.
Meet Archaeologist Miriam Amirault On The Curse Of Oak Island
For the people who don’t know what is The Curse of Oak Island, well it is a reality TV show that “chronicles an eclectic team of treasure hunters and their search for legendary treasure on the infamous Oak Island, off the shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.”
While the TV show is now on Season 9, Miriam first appeared on an episode called High on the Bog in Season 8 of the show. As of this writing, Miriam has already appeared on 21 episodes of The Curse of Oak Island. Furthermore, Miriam’s IMDB profile shows that she was also a part of The Curse of Oak Island: Drilling Down.
That being said, it looks like Miriam is already out of the show. On her departure from the show, one of her fans wrote, “I’m so sorry they got rid of Miriam Amirault on the Curse of Oak Island tonight! I think she gave the show a breath of fresh air just as it was getting stagnant!,” on Facebook.
Miriam Amirault Age
The Curse of Oak Island star Mariam Amirault was reportedly born in the year 1998, which means her age, as of Dec 2021, is 23.
Miriam Amirault Net Worth
Even though we don’t how much she gets paid for The Curse of Oak Island, she earns around $70 thousand every year as an archaeologist. As of this writing, Miriam Amirault’s net worth is reported to be under $200 thousand.
Is Miriam Amirault Married?
When it comes to her personal life, Miriam Amairault is very quiet and does not share much with the public. That being said, it’s highly likely that Miriam is not a married girl. That, however, does not mean that Miriam is not dating anyone right now or has dated anyone in the past.
Although the viewers of The Curse of Oak Island claim to be seeing a spark between Miriam and another star of the show, Alex Lagina, neither of them have said anything about it. Moreover, according to some sources, Alex is already in a relationship with social media influencer and fashion blogger, Katherina Sneed. The lovebirds often share their travel pictures on social media.
With that said, Miriam did post a picture with her date, Dawson Acker, on Facebook on May 31, 2016. As it turns out, Dawson is in a relationship with a woman named Lacey Lewis.
Is Miriam Amirault On Instagram?
Unfortunately, Miriam is not available on Instagram or Twitter. She, however, does use Facebook.
When Is Miriam Amirault Birthday?
Unfortunately, we don’t have any information on Miriam Amirault’s birthday.
Where Is Miriam Amirault From?
Miriam is originally from Digby, Nova Scotia.
What Do We Know About Miriam Amirault Family?
Talking about Miriam’s family, we know that her dad studied at the same university she did her undergrad from and that is the University of New Brunswick. Miriam’s relatives include Ina and Peter Amirault.
How Tall Is Miriam Amirault?
Miriam stands at a rather short height of 5 feet 3 inches.
Where Did Miriam Amirault Recieve Her Education?
Miriam received her education from the University of New Brunswick. She graduated in spring 2020 with a degree in anthropology and a major in classical studies. Her disciplines, while she was at the University of New Brunswick, were Osteology, Physical Anthropology, and Bioarchaeology. She also studied Forensics at Humber College, according to her Facebook account.
Miriam chose mainly to study at the University of New Brunswick because her dad was also a graduate of UNB. Another reason could be that the university is only a few hours away from her home in Digby, Nova Scotia. She opted for UNB in her senior year of high school.
Miriam’s adventures in archaeology began during the second semester at UNB when her professor Dr. Aaron Taylor invited her to be a part of a dig in Cuba. Miriam thought it was a perfect opportunity for her to test if archaeology was something she completely enjoyed or not. Fortunately, she loved it and ended up acquiring a degree in archaeology. Her connection with Dr. Taylor also landed her the opportunity to be a part of History Channel’s documentary.