These are the real-life jobs of the Married at First Sight Australia cast
Mike is a hair tattooist and Heidi is a radio DJ, this is living
While we’re just catching up with the antics of the Married at First Sight Australia couples, in reality it’s been a couple of years since the show aired.
In the time since, some have returned to normal life, others have become full-time influencers, and a select few have picked up fun new careers.
From hairline tattooing to becoming a divorce guru, this is what the Married at First Sight Australia season six cast do for work now.
If they’re not on this list, just assume they’re full-time influencers.
Mike – Hairline tattooist
If you’re worried about your hairline, Mike offers a scalp tattooing service. Niche, but it’s honest work.
Heidi – Radio DJ
Heidi went back to her job after the show, and is still a radio presenter.
She presents the breakfast show on 91.9 SEA FM, and looks like she has a proper laugh doing it.
Mark – Cafe owner
After calling it quits with Ning, Mark went into the cafe business. He now owns Freelancer Cafe, in Melbourne.
You’ll find him brewing up some coffee and wearing some bespoke merch. Wholesome.
Michael – Online personal trainer
Formerly a primary school teacher, while Michael isn’t living it up in videos with Martha, he’s offering online personal training sessions.
Proof that shaving your head really does work wonders.
Dan – Getting charged with fraud
Dan has been charged with fraud. He hasn’t commented on the charges, which are connected with an alleged telemarketing scam.
He also has a dog called Bronson.
Mick – Farmer
To journey onto Mick Gould’s Instagram feed is to be transported to life on an Aussie farm. This picture of him – sans tache – holding some lambs is adorable.
The picture of dead pigs – “zero per cent vegan” – possibly less so.
Billy – Personal trainer and model
Billy’s filled out now and alongside work as an influencer does a spot of modelling and personal training.
His feed is full of black-and-white shots of him staring into the distance, accompanied by various fitness inspo.
Dino – Divorce guru
Meditation guru Dino is going to be running a mindfulness retreat for divorcees, called “Detox Your Divorce”.
Presumably he’ll draw on his experience of his fake divorce from his imaginary TV wedding to bring comfort and advice to people going through a tough time.
Sam – Soldier
Before the show, Sam was a “tradie”. During the show, he was an absolute weapon, so it’s only fitting he went and joined the army afterwards.
He’s shaved all his hair off and bulked up even more.
After graduating from training, it’s reported he’ll have to serve for at least four years.
“It’s not easy being in the military. Let’s hope he sticks with it. He had to do four years to even get in. The usual process is a solider starts at Kapooka, then they send you to RGT. Not sure exactly where they will send Sam next, but he will now have to serve in the army for four years,” a source told Mailonline.
Bronson – Party boat king
Former stripper Bronson runs a boat company in Perth. In fact, he’s such a king of the hustle that he apparently only went on the show to promote his business.
“Not doing it for meeting someone. Just the publicity for my boats. #cheeky,” he allegedly messaged an unnamed woman.
The company, Party Boat Charters, offers boats for hire – with some swanky vessels costing thousands to rent.
Lauren – Makeup artist
In life after the show, Lauren is a makeup artist who offers tips on how to fix your eyeliner and skincare routines. She also does makeup on shoots.
Matthew – Filmmaker
In the show, “ex-virgin” Matthew was described as a videographer. Now, his career has flourished and he’s an award-wining documentary filmmaker!
He even made a film of himself absolutely yeeting his MAFSA wedding ring into an Indonesian volcano.
It deserves all the Oscars.