Clayton Carey Biography
Clayton Carey, from Melbourne, Australia, is a gym rat! The 34-year-old is a fitness coach who also competes in weightlifting competitions. Nonetheless, he regards his best physical feature as his smile.
Clayton Carey Age
Clayton Carey was born in 1988. He is 34 years old.
Clayton Carey Height
Clayton stands at a moderate height, but a review on this is going on, and will soon update this section.
Clayton Carey Education
Clayton is quite a secretive person, he hasn’t mentioned information on his educational background, soon as we have clear data will update this part.
Clayton Carey Family
Clayton has kept details on his parents and siblings hid, however, a review on this is ongoing and will be updated soon.
Clayton Carey Girlfriend
Clayton is quite reserved about his lovelife, however, he is a member of the Riley show Are You The One where he hopes to meet
Clayton Carey’s Net Worth
Clayton’s estimated net worth ranges between $ 100k- $5 million.
Clayton Carey Are You The One Season 9
Clayton, an Australian from Melbourne, is a serious gym bro! The 34-year-old is a fitness instructor who also takes part in lifting competitions. Still, he believes that his smile is his best physical quality.
It’s also important to point out that, in its most recent season, AYTO made history by becoming one of the first datings shows with *actual* LGBTQ representation. The show changed to an entirely bisexual cast in its eighth season and added gender-fluid contestants, allowing couples of any gender to be each other’s match, whereas the first seven seasons only featured heterosexual matches.
The new season of AYTO’s first two episodes premieres on January 18, 2023, on Paramount+. Gran Canaria, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, serves as the setting for this year’s show, which is hosted by Kamie Crawford (she has also hosted Catfish and Sweet Life: Los Angeles in the past). Afraid of meeting the cast? Get ready for an incredible AYTO comeback.
Throughout the season, contestants must determine their true love using a “truth booth” that will either confirm or refute a couple’s compatibility. If the team of competitors correctly determines every true match in 10 or fewer “match-up ceremonies” or attempts, they receive a $1,000,00 prize. The prizes are, however, divided in half each time the contestants at these ceremonies are unable to identify any new matches.