Todd Palin

Age, Biography and Wiki

Todd Palin (Todd Mitchell Palin) was born on 6 September, 1964 in Dillingham, Alaska, United States, is an Oil field production workerCommercial fishermanSnowmobile racer. Discover Todd Palin’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

Popular AsTodd Mitchell Palin
OccupationOil field production workerCommercial fishermanSnowmobile racer
Age56 years old
Zodiac SignVirgo
Born6 September 1964
Birthday6 September
BirthplaceDillingham, Alaska, United States

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Todd Palin Height, Weight & Measurements

At 56 years old, Todd Palin height is 173 cm .

Physical Status
Height173 cm
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Who Is Todd Palin’s Wife?

His wife is Sarah Palin (m. 1988)

ParentsNot Available
WifeSarah Palin (m. 1988)
SiblingNot Available
ChildrenBristol Palin, Track Palin, Trig Palin, Willow Palin, Piper Palin

Todd Palin Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Todd Palin worth at the age of 56 years old? Todd Palin’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from . We have estimated Todd Palin’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2019Under Review
Net Worth in 2019Pending
Salary in 2019Under Review
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Timeline of Todd Palin


Palin filed for divorce from Sarah on August 29, 2019, citing “incompatibility of temperament”.


In 2016, trying for another Tesoro Iron Dog championship, he was forced to scratch at checkpoint Nenana, 112 miles from the finish, when partner Shane Barber suffered engine trouble.

In March 2016, Palin was seriously injured in a snowmobile crash, suffering a collapsed lung, fractured ribs, and a broken clavicle and shoulder blade.


In August 2012, Palin became a contestant on the NBC celebrity reality competition series Stars Earn Stripes.


In February 2010, the state of Alaska released to reporter Bill Dedman about 1,200 e-mails, which totaled 3,000 pages, that Palin exchanged with state officials. Almost 250 additional ones were withheld by the state, under a claim that executive privilege extends to Palin as an unpaid adviser to the government. Gregg Erickson, columnist for the Anchorage Daily News, said, in September 2008, that Palin “obviously plays an important role … I’ve seen him in the governor’s office and I know that she’s conducted interviews in the governor’s office with him present”. The emails showed Palin discussing a wide range of activities: potential board appointees, constituent complaints, use of the state jet, oil and gas production, marine regulation, gas pipeline bids, wildfires, native Alaskan issues, the state effort to save the Matanuska Maid dairy, budget planning, potential budget vetoes, oil shale leasing, “strategy for responding to media allegations,” staffing at the mansion, per diem payments to the governor for travel, “strategy for responding to questions about pregnancy,” potential cuts to the governor’s staff, “confidentiality issues,” Bureau of Land Management land transfers and trespass issues and requests to the U.S. transportation secretary.

Thoroughbred racehorse First Dude, named after Palin’s nickname, finished second at the 2010 Preakness Stakes and won the 2011 Hollywood Gold Cup.


For eighteen years, he worked for BP in the North Slope oil fields of Alaska. In 2007, in order to avoid a conflict of interest that related to his wife’s position as governor, he took a leave from his job as production supervisor, when his employer became involved in natural gas pipeline negotiations with his wife’s administration. Seven months later, because the family needed more income, Todd returned to BP. In order to avoid potential conflict of interest, this time, he accepted a non-management position as a production operator. He resigned from his job on September 18, 2009, with the stated reason as a desire to spend more time with his family.

As of late 2009, Palin was a community volunteer who worked in youth sports, coached hockey and basketball. He was a judge in the 2008 Miss Alaska pageant.


In 2008, 400 miles (640 km) from defending his Tesoro Iron Dog championship, he was injured and broke his arm when he was thrown 70 feet from his machine. He was sent to the hospital but managed to finish in fourth place.

On September 12, 2008, the Alaska legislature subpoenaed Palin to testify on his role in the controversy. On September 18, the McCain/Palin campaign announced that Todd Palin would refuse to testify because he does not believe the investigation is legitimate. State senator Bill Wielechowski said that the witnesses could not be punished for disobeying the subpoenas until the full legislature comes into session, then scheduled to be in January 2009.

On October 10, 2008, Palin was cited in special investigator Stephen Branchflower’s report to the Legislative Council. One of Branchflower’s four main findings was that the governor had violated Alaska’s ethics act when she “wrongfully permitted Todd Palin to use the governor’s office … to continue to contact subordinate state employees in an effort to find some way to get trooper Wooten fired”. Todd Palin’s conduct was not assessed in the report, as he was not an executive branch employee.

In August 1988, Palin eloped with his high-school girlfriend Sarah Heath. The Palins have five children: Track Charles James (b. 1989), who has enlisted in the United States Army and deployed to Iraq on September 11, 2008; Bristol Sheeran Marie (b. 1990); Willow Bianca Faye (b. 1994); Piper Indy Grace (b. 2001); and Trig Paxson Van (b. 2008), who has Down syndrome; and five grandchildren: Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston born in December 2008 in Palmer, Alaska, to Bristol and Levi Johnston; Sailor Grace Palin, born December 23, 2015, and Atlee Bay Meyer born May 8, 2017, to Bristol and ex-husband Dakota Meyer; Kyla Grace Palin, born in 2011 to Track Palin and his ex-wife Britta; and Charlie Palin, born in 2016 to Track Palin and a former girlfriend.


Palin was the first gentleman, or “first dude,” as he was often nicknamed, for two and a half years, from 2006 to 2009. Early on in that role, he encouraged young Alaskans who could not afford college to consider jobs in the oil and gas industry as an effective training ground, and advised the governor on workforce development issues for the natural gas pipeline she supported.


Palin’s stepmother, Faye Palin, ran unsuccessfully in 2002 for the position of mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, to succeed Palin’s wife, who was term-limited. Faye Palin, who is pro-choice and a registered Democrat, lost to Dianne M. Keller, a candidate endorsed by Sarah Palin.


Palin has competed in the Tesoro every year since 1993. His racing teammate is Scott Davis, with whom he won in 2007. He has previously raced with Dusty Van Meter in the race, and they were co-champions in 2000 and 2002. In 1995, Palin partnered with Dwayne Drake for his first win.


Palin first registered to vote in 1989. From October 1995 through July 2002, except for a few months in 2000, he was registered to vote as a member of the Alaskan Independence Party. In late August 2008, The Politico reported that Palin was registered to vote as an independent (undeclared), and had never registered as a Republican. His wife, Sarah, confirmed that he is not registered with any party both in her 2009 memoir, Going Rogue: An American Life, and in a Q&A session following a 2010 address to a national convention of the Tea Party in Nashville, Tennessee.


In 1982, Palin graduated from Wasilla High School, which is the same alma mater of his wife and their eldest two children, son Track and daughter Bristol. He has taken some college courses but does not have a degree.


Todd Mitchell Palin (born September 6, 1964) is an American oil field production operator, commercial fisherman and was First Gentleman of Alaska from 2006 to 2009. He was the husband of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee with John McCain.