Blown Away- Tegan Hamilton Age, Instagram Bio and Husband Net Worth

Who Is Tegan Hamilton From Blown Away? 10 Facts To Know About Tegan Hamilton is an Australian glass artist who got fame after appearing in the 2nd season of the Netflix series, Blown away. 
Blown away is a Canadian glassblowing reality TV series where 10 glassblowers from all over the world will be competing with each other. The winner of the show will win a cash prize of  $60,000 and an artist residency at the Corning Museum of Glass.
Let’s know more about one of the 10 contestant of the show Blown away, Tegan Hamilton.
Quick Facts: Who Is Tegan Hamilton From Blown Away? 10 Facts To Know AboutName
Tegan Hamilton
Age
34
Gender
Female
Nationality
Australian
Profession
Glass Artist
Instagram
@tegan.hamilton 10 Facts About Tegan Hamilton
Tegan Hamilton is known as one of the contest of the Netflix reality TV show, Blown Away.
How old is Tegan Hamilton? As of now, the Blow away contestant Tegan Hamilton’s age is 34 years. However, the exact date of her birthday has not been disclosed yet.
The glass artist, Tegan Hamilton is active on Instagram under the username @tegan.hamilton. She has gained almost 2.5K followers till now.
Blow away is Tegan Hamilton’s first on-screen appearance, so she is yet to have her own Wikipedia bio. 
Moving on to her relationship status, which is still unclear. Also, the Blown Away Netflix Cast Tegan Hamilton hasn’t yet shared anything about her husband or boyfriend.
Tegan Hamilton’s main source of income is as a glassartist but she has not till now shared anything regarding her net worth or income. 
We can’t say anything about the glass artist Tegan Hamilton’s family, parents and siblings.
The reality TV star Tegan Hamilton is from Australia. So, she holds an Australian nationality whereas fact related to her religion and ethnicity are still unknown.
Blown Away cast Tegan Hamilton has completed her Masters of Fine Arts in 2011. Furthermore, she is currently working in Seattle.
Moreover, the glass artist Tegan Hamilton has also exhibited in many international and national shows and has won several prize such as The Waterhouse Natural History Prize, Western Australian Art Gallery’s Tom Malone prize.