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Tom Oar from "Mountain Men" stars in the History Channel reality docu-series.

Tom Oar ("Mountain Men") was a bronco rider on the rodeo circuit for 28 years. When the work started to take a toll on his body, the long-time trapper taught himself tanning to support himself and the love of his life, Nancy. They've been a team for more than 40 years. Nancy worries about Tom working the trap lines every day; wolves are becoming a big problem, and he's not a young man anymore. She is concerned that if
Tom Oar in "Mountain Men"
Tom Oar Mountain Men
his health or hers should fail, they'll be forced to give up the life they love and move to Florida with his kids. Their neighbor Will is a close friend of Tom's from their rodeo days. He looks up to Tom, who taught him how to live the mountain man life. Now that Tom and Nancy are getting older, he helps them out from time to time.

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Current Residence: Montana

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