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Wayne Pelletier from "American Loggers" stars in the Discovery Channel reality docu-series.

Wayne Pelletier, born April 30, 1969, is the youngest of the nine Pelletier children and started working for his father around age 10. Not old enough to be on the payroll, he would get paid by his father for doing odd jobs around the garage, such as fueling and washing trucks, sweeping the shop or occasionally driving off-road gravel trucks. He spent summer vacations and school breaks traveling to work
Wayne Pelletier in "American Loggers"
Wayne Pelletier American Loggers
Wayne Pelletier in "American Loggers" - © Discovery Channel
in Millinocket from Fort Kent until, after graduating from Fort Kent High School in 1988, he was placed on the payroll and relocated to Millinocket to start work the very next day. He spent many years driving a logging truck with either single or double trailers in the woods of Maine and Canada. Eventually as the company grew, he parked his truck and ran a Forwarder in the woods in Maine. In 1998, he married Sherrie Bouchard. Soon after his father's passing in 2002, he returned to driving a logging truck, wanting to keep his father's legacy alive and he continues to drive the single and double logging trailers today throughout the Maine and Canadian woods for the family business.


How old is Wayne Pelletier? Where does Wayne Pelletier live? Find out here.

Age: 47 years old
Birthday: April 30, 1969
Current Residence: Millinocket, ME
Wife: Sherrie Bouchard

"American Loggers" scene 'American Loggers' Season 3: Timber's Toughest Are Back! — Premiering Friday, March 4, the new season "continues Discovery's blockbuster Friday nights, bringing characters with grit, families with issues and stories that pull you in and keep you glued," said Clark Bunting. Read more...

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