Some fans have expressed anger at the fake report saying it was reckless, distressing and hurtful to fans of the much loved actor. Others say this shows his extreme popularity across the globe.Rumors of the actor’s alleged demise gained traction on Monday after a ‘R.I.P. Si Robertson’ Facebook page attracted nearly one million of ‘likes’. Those who read the ‘About’ page were given a believable account of the American actor’s passing:
On Tuesday (June 27) the actor’s reps officially confirmed that Si Robertson is not dead. “He joins the long list of celebrities who have been victimized by this hoax. He’s still alive and well, stop believing what you see on the Internet,” they said.
Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months. Some pointed out that the news had not been carried on any major American network, indicating that it was a fake report, as the death of an actor of Si Robertson’s stature would be major news across networks. News of actor Si Robertson’s death spread quickly earlier this week causing concern among fans across the world. However the June 2023 report has now been confirmed as a complete hoax and just the latest in a string of fake celebrity death reports. Thankfully, the actor best known for his role on the television series Duck Dynasty is alive and well. Hundreds of fans immediately started writing their messages of condolence on the Facebook page, expressing their sadness that the talented 75-year-old actor and soldier was dead. And as usual, Twittersphere was frenzied over the death hoax.A recent poll conducted for the Celebrity Post shows that a large majority (58%) of respondents think those Si Robertson death rumors are not funny anymore.
Since then, Uncle Si has decided to lean full-tilt into a music career by founding his own country music group, Uncle Si and the Sicotics. The band consists of Robertson, his daughter-in-law Marsha Robertson (she, too, was featured on Duck Dynasty and is the wife of Uncle Si’s brother Phil Robertson), and celebrated singer-songwriter Bridgette Tatum. They recorded a single, “As Seen on TV”, in 2017, and subsequently released a self-titled EP.
Before the end of Duck Dynasty and at what was arguably the apex of his mainstream fame, Robertson expanded his reach on the small-screen by appearing on the television series Last Man Standing, playing a character called Uncle Ray in the 2013 episode “Back to School.” He also dabbled in feature films, landing a small part in the 2015 Christian religion movie Faith of Our Fathers, and light-hearted family fare, lending his voice to narrate VeggieTales: Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas. However, the bite of the acting bug didn’t have long-lasting effects, and Robertson hasn’t stepped in front of the camera since Duck Dynasty ended in 2017. And it seems that won’t change any time soon, as his focus is on Uncle Si and the Sicotics.As it turns out, Uncle Si is something of a jack of all trades when it comes to hobbies: he’s tried his hand at writing, music-making, and, of course, viral video analysis, which he conducted alongside his nephew Willie Robertson on his short-lived spin-off series Going Si-Ral that wrapped shortly before Duck Dynasty did.
Virtually the moment the show ended, Robertson released a book in May 2017. Entitled Si-renity: How I Stay Calm and Keep the Faith, the book is something of a behind-the-scenes-slash-memoir look at his entire life, including the part lived on the A&E reality show. This was actually Robertson’s fourth published book. It followed after Si-cology 1: Tales and Wisdom from Duck Dynasty’s Favorite Uncle — a collection of Robertson’s “tall tales, crazy exploits, and quirky one-liners” –and two children’s books, Uncle Si and The Christmas Elf and Everything’s Better with a Beard, which features the entire Robertson clan.Finishing a full-length album is the band’s current priority, as Uncle Si and the Sicotics are no longer actively touring the country. If you want to keep tabs on them, they regularly post videos on their Facebook page.
“I got to start making me some money somewhere. But I just chose the wrong industry to really make a lot of money,” said Robertson. “I think there’s a lot of goals that we want to meet as a band. I would love to see that we finish this record out, because I would love to see what we could write beyond what we’ve got. I think everybody believes it to be just this funny thing, and there’s a lot of that on there. But there’s also some moments that happen on there that are really important, and I would love just to be able to have the opportunity that we can all write together some more and see how deep we can go.”
Robertson explained in a May 2018 interview with PopCulture.com that he had grown accustomed to a certain way of life during the heyday of Duck Dynasty, but he isn’t about to let a lack of riches keep him from a career in music — something he had attempted in 2014 with the release of his EP Me and My Smokin’ Hot Honey.Along with his nephew and Duck Dynasty co-star Willie, he appeared on an episode of Last Man Standing. He also appeared as a gas station clerk in the 2015 Christian drama film Faith of Our Fathers.
Upon retirement from the Army in 1993, Si found employment at his brother Phil’s Duck Commander business. Si has been a big part of the growing business. His job is to fashion the reeds that are inserted in every patented duck call. Si thinks that it is a pretty easy job and is depicted in Duck Dynasty as having difficulties staying on task; he often seeks breaks to take a nap or play around with equipment in the warehouse.
Like the rest of his family, Robertson is very open about his Christian faith. “That’s what got me through 65 years of life, my belief in God and what He’s done for us and what He will do for us”. His favorite Scripture verses are John 3:16 and 17. “When I sign people’s stuff I put down John 3:16 and 17. Most people can tell you what 16 says, OK. ‘For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son.’ But they don’t know nothin’ about 17. It says Jesus didn’t come to condemn us. If anybody had a right to condemn someone, it would be the son of God. If he didn’t do it, then hey, we definitely are not qualified to do it.”Si retired from the Army in 1993 with the rank of Sergeant First Class (E-7). Robertson is recognized for his military career with an exhibit at the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum in Monroe, Louisiana.In A&E’s reality television show Duck Dynasty, Si (or Uncle Si) is one of the main characters. He is perhaps the most well-known and recognized character of the bunch, due to the frequency and quality of his jokes and stories, as well as his general manner. His spontaneous nature often launches the plot of the show into action, whether handcuffing himself to his nephew Willie or spending the prize money of $2,000 at a children’s arcade.Robertson also starred in Going Si-Ral, a spinoff which ran from November 16, 2016, to January 18, 2017, on A&E. He and “Si-kick” Willie study the Internet, especially viral videos.
In an interview with Good Morning America, Robertson described his wife, “One woman has already got my heart, we’ve been married for 43 years (at that time) and her name is Miss Christine Robertson”. He discussed how after he had asked for her hand in marriage about 70 times, she finally accepted his proposal. The two married in 1971, and they have a daughter, Trasa, and a son, Scott. They also have eight grandsons.Robertson lent his voice and personal appearance to the VeggieTales video Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas, in which he narrates the video and appears as a mall janitor, in the tradition of the mid 1960s and early 1970s Rankin/Bass Christmas specials and their use of celebrity narrators. Robertson was born to James and Merritt (née Hale) Robertson in Vivian, Louisiana, the sixth of seven children. He has four brothers, Jimmy Frank, Harold, Tommy, and Phil (who was born 2 years before him), and two sisters, Judy and Jan. Because of financial setbacks of their family during Si and his siblings’ childhoods, the Robertson family lived in rugged conditions with significantly fewer amenities than the average American enjoyed. In high school, Si attended North Caddo High School in Vivian, Louisiana which is in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. He played on the football team in the footsteps of his brother Phil, even wearing the same #10 jersey. After dropping out of Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana after three quarters, he was drafted into the United States Army during the Vietnam War. During the war, his mother sent him a set of Tupperware cups, beans and rice, two boots, and two jars of jalapeño peppers in each boot. He is rarely seen without one of his plastic cups drinking iced tea, which he treats with equal importance.
Robertson’s son Scott served in the U.S. Army and completed eight tours in Iraq, after which he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, motivating Robertson to advocate for better care for veterans.
Silas Merritt Robertson (born April 27, 1948), known as Si Robertson and often referred to as “Uncle Si”, is an American television personality, veteran, and a retired reed maker for duck calls at Duck Commander. He is best known for his role on A&E’s Duck Dynasty, on which he has emerged as a breakout cast member. He has also appeared on other shows such as the Outdoor Channel’s Buck Commander and The Duckmen of Louisiana, and was the eponymous host of the Duck Dynasty spin-off Going Si-Ral. Si has also made a guest appearance on Last Man Standing, and in Big Idea Entertainment’s Veggie Tales episode Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas as Silas the Narrator.
After writing a book called Young and Beardless: The Search for God, Purpose and a Meaningful Life in 2016, Willie and Korie’s oldest son documented his travels with wife Mary Kate McEacharn — whom he wed in 2015 — on Instagram and became the director of Camp Ch-Yo-Ca. The couple welcomed son John in October 2019. A daughter named Ella followed in April 2021.The COO of Duck Commander was easily recognizable thanks to his long and unruly beard, which he shaved off in September 2017 for his daughter Mia’s charity to help raise awareness for cleft lips and palates. In May 2014, Jase and wife Missy — who also share sons Reed and Cole — opened up to Us about their daughter’s struggle. “It changed my perspective,” he said at the time, recalling Mia’s birth. “I thought, here I am, worried about what she’s going to look like, while the doctors aren’t even sure she can breathe on her own. From that moment on, I stopped being so superficial.” More recently, Jase and Missy visited Israel, and he starred in Unashamed with brother Alan Robertson.
The CEO of his family’s company reopened his diner, Willie’s Duck Diner, in West Monroe, Louisiana, in September 2017. Loyal fans of the show will remember that Willie was unapologetic about his religious views, and this eatery is no different. The restaurant proudly boasts passages from the Bible and is described as a place “where saying grace is encouraged.” The father of six — who shares John Luke, Sadie, Will, Bella, Rowdy and Rebecca with wife Korie — also announced in July 2018 that Duck Commander would be hosting tours on Sundays. Willie starred in Buck Commander on the Outdoor Channel until September 2019. In 2021, Willie appeared in season 6 of The Masked Singer as the Mallard.
Jep’s loyal following earned him a spinoff called Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty, which followed the TV personality and his wife, Jessica, raising their children, Lily, Merrit, Priscilla, River and Jules. The series, which ran from 2016 to 2017, also showed the couple — married since 2001 — describing their struggles with their pot-pie-themed food truck. In January 2018, the Robertsons opened a new food truck called Jep’s Southern Roots at Supernatural star Jensen Ackles’ Family Business Beer Company in Dripping Springs, Texas. The family later moved to Austin and launched a YouTube channel to support their business.
She married Christian Huff in November 2019. The duo welcomed daughter Honey in May 2021. In November 2022, the couple revealed that they were expecting their second child. Daughter Haven was born in May 2023.As for when the stars of the show knew they were famous, Willie recalled the turning point. “People started showing up to the warehouse,” he said. “At first, it was two, and I was like, ‘Hey, come on in!’ Then two turned into 20 turned into 40 turned into 2,000. They were making the pilgrimage down here to be part of it.”
Willie and Korie reflected on the phenomenon in March 2017. “The Robertson family has always been very open with their lives. Good and bad,” he told Us Weekly exclusively at the time. “When you’re vulnerable and say, ‘Hey, this is what we’re going through,’ that resonates.”The professional hunter made waves — and was subsequently suspended — over controversial comments he made in 2013 during an interview with GQ. When asked what he believed to be sinful, he answered, “Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there.” Since the end of Duck Dynasty, Phil has become more involved with politics by publicly endorsing candidates. In October 2017, it was announced that he would be getting his own show, In the Woods With Phil, where he planned “on rejecting ‘political correctness.’” Phil also hosts the “Unashamed With Phil Robertson” podcast.
The Robertson family may have become household names thanks to A&E, but they’ve stayed on fans’ minds ever since thanks to their hilarious antics. Duck Dynasty gave viewers an inside look at the lives of the Louisiana natives and their business, Duck Commander. The hit reality show premiered in March 2012 and ended in March 2017 after 11 seasons. The series followed patriarch Phil Robertson, his wife, Kay Robertson, his brother Si Robertson and Phil’s sons Willie Robertson, Jep Robertson and Jase Robertson. Willie and his family — including wife Korie Robertson, daughter Sadie Robertson and son John Luke Robertson — took center stage throughout the show’s run, which featured appearances from the family’s many relatives. Willie and Korie reflected on the phenomenon in March 2017. “The Robertson family has always been very open with their lives. Good and bad,” he told Us Weekly exclusively at the time. “When you’re vulnerable and say, ‘Hey, this is what we’re going through,’ that resonates.” He added: “We try to protect everybody and not get caught in something embarrassing, though. There was one time Si was picking his nose and producers thought it was funny. We were like, ‘No, take that out.’” [jwplayer OXAhvbrF-zhNYySv2] As for when the stars of the show knew they were famous, Willie recalled the turning point. “People started showing up to the warehouse,” he said. “At first, it was two, and I was like, ‘Hey, come on in!’ Then two turned into 20 turned into 40 turned into 2,000. They were making the pilgrimage down here to be part of it.” The end of the series did not signal plans for the men of the family to shave, though. “I’d say no,” Willie reasoned when asked whether he would lose his beard after filming concluded. Korie, for her part, noted: “Missy [Robertson] really wants Jase to, and he’s considering it.” However, the pair decided Jep was the better option. “I bet Jep,” Willie told Us, to which Korie responded, “Yeah, Jep is the most likely.” Scroll through to see where the Robertsons are now that their reality show has ended:
The blogger has stayed busy with her own jewelry line since Duck Dynasty ended. She also wrote a series of Princess in Camo books with daughter Mia. She and Jase run a bed and breakfast and event venue called Logtown Plantation in Louisiana.The series followed patriarch Phil Robertson, his wife, Kay Robertson, his brother Si Robertson and Phil’s sons Willie Robertson, Jep Robertson and Jase Robertson. Willie and his family — including wife Korie Robertson, daughter Sadie Robertson and son John Luke Robertson — took center stage throughout the show’s run, which featured appearances from the family’s many relatives.
Sadie, who grew up in front of viewers’ eyes, is no longer a kid — she’s a bestselling author, Dancing With the Stars alum and speaker for Live Original. She also founded One Squad, a millennial-driven organization that helps inspire young people to come together to make an impact, and hosts the “WHOA That’s Good” podcast.
The Robertson family may have become household names thanks to A&E, but they’ve stayed on fans’ minds ever since thanks to their hilarious antics. Duck Dynasty gave viewers an inside look at the lives of the Louisiana natives and their business, Duck Commander. The hit reality show premiered in March 2012 and ended in March 2017 after 11 seasons.
Uncle Si was long considered the breakout star of Duck Dynasty — and he also made appearances on other shows, including Last Man Standing and Buck Commander. Si’s personality earned him his own short-lived spinoff called Going Si-Ral, where he watched viral videos and shared his commentary. Si joined daughters-in-law Marsha Robertson and Bridgette Tatum in their band, Uncle Si & The Sicotics. He also regularly appeared on Fox and Friends until 2019.
He added: “We try to protect everybody and not get caught in something embarrassing, though. There was one time Si was picking his nose and producers thought it was funny. We were like, ‘No, take that out.’”The mother of five released a parenting book called Strong and Kind: Raising Kids of Character in June 2017. She also writes The Essentials Blog on daughter Sadie’s website. The end of the series did not signal plans for the men of the family to shave, though. “I’d say no,” Willie reasoned when asked whether he would lose his beard after filming concluded. Shocking news from the Duck Dynasty compound. Silas Robertson, also known as Uncle Si, was found unresponsive in the woods just a few miles south from the DD equipment warehouse.Everything on this website is fiction. It is not a lie and it is not fake news because it is not real. If you believe that it is real, you should have your head examined. Any similarities between this site’s pure fantasy and actual people, places, and events are purely coincidental and all images should be considered altered and satirical. See above if you’re still having an issue with that satire thing.
This item was not a factual recounting of real-life events. The article originated with a website that describes its output as being humorous or satirical in nature, as follows: Duck Dynasty is a reality television show that aired on A&E from 2012 to 2017. The show followed the daily lives of the Robertson family and their successful duck hunting merchandise business, Duck Commander. It showcased the family’s love for hunting, their unique personalities, and their strong family bond. The Chennault Aviation and Military Museum is a museum in Monroe, Louisiana that showcases the history of aviation and military in Louisiana. Si Robertson, a retired veteran and former reed maker for duck calls at Duck Commander, is recognized for his military career with an exhibit at the museum.The success of Duck Dynasty made the Robertson family household names. The show became a cultural phenomenon and put Monroe-West Monroe on the map, as thousands of tourists from around the world flocked to the area to visit the Duck Commander warehouse and gift shop, eat at local restaurants featured on the show, and take tours of the family’s homes and properties. The Robertson family has become ambassadors for the area and has brought national and international attention to the city and its people.
Duck Commander is a hunting merchandise company founded by Phil Robertson, a former Louisiana Tech University football player turned professional hunter. His passion for duck hunting and innovative products laid the foundation for what would become a multi-million dollar brand.
Duck Commander sells a range of hunting merchandise, including duck calls, hunting apparel, hats, shirts, and other hunting equipment. The merchandise can be purchased online through the company’s website, as well as in-store at the Duck Commander warehouse and gift shop in Monroe-West Monroe.
After the drama, which kicked off shortly before the season 11 premiere, the Robertson family released a statement confirming that they and A&E decided it was time to part ways.
“When Christian and I started dating, we went through the book of Proverbs together and I remember getting to chapter 16 and as I read verse 24 I said to him, “you have words like honey. they are so sweet and are healing places in my heart I didn’t even know I needed to be healed.”
Rebecca went on to say that she found out she suffered a miscarriage before going to her first ultrasound appointment, which made it “easier” to accept.He said: “We know that in all things – in all things – even sin, God works for the good of those who love him who have been called according to his purpose.”
“So here we are floating around trying to make the most of it. Thankful to be healthy now. Lord, help us to consider it joy! P.S. I’m sad to say ratatouille the movie hits different now.”
Sadie went on: “Then as we were on our way home from ATL we got a call that we have a couple of rats invading our home and those little guys are doing some workkk. So we couldn’t go home. “After five years, 130 episodes and one of the biggest hits in the history of cable, the Robertson family and A&E jointly decided that Duck Dynasty, the series, will come to an end after this season,” the statement said. Al added: “We had to pursue it. I started thinking, there’s a 45-year-old woman out there who doesn’t know who her dad is and she’s looking. And I though, even if it’s not Dad, she needs to know it’s not Dad.”
THE Robertson family launched to fame with the premiere of Duck Dynasty, which ended after 11 seasons in 2017, sending the famous family down various different paths.Al went on to say: “Well once we get into that and start looking at it a little more deeply, I’m like, ‘Oh woah, woah… there might be something to this.
Other businesses include 4 Bears Music Group, Robertson Brothers Farm, WK Properties, Back 40 Properties, Commander Services Co, Commerce Street Holdings, WKR Investments, and more.
In addition to all the space inside, Jep and Jessica’s new home features a large yard for kids Lily, Merritt, Priscilla, River and Gus – whom’ they adopted – to play.The Duck Dynasty patriarch’s son Alan said on the show that he received a letter from. a45-year-old woman named Phyllis who claimed she was his sister.The network issued a statement in regards to the comments, which referenced both homosexuality and the Jim Crow era, saying: “We are extremely disappointed to have read Phil Robertson’s comment in GQ, which are based on his own personal beliefs and not reflected in the series Duck Dynasty.””It’s day 4 of not being able to get them and being out of our house. It’s disgusting and we are exhausted from getting over sickness and being out of our home. Explaining the child’s name, Sadie wrote on Instagram at the time: “Gracious words are like HONEY, sweetness to the soul and health to the body.’ Proverbs 16:24. I’ve always loved this. verse. It’s made me have a love for the idea of all that honey is. It’s a sweet delicacy with a strong healing component. “It started off by me getting FLURONA (flu + covid) (yikes) so obviously I was bummed to miss passion but I was so thankful that God gave me the strength to still preach my message to an empty room despite being so sick.
The patriarch and matriarch of the Robertson family, Phil and his wife Kay, are now living a much more quiet lifestyle. Phil loves to spend most of his days in the woods or interact with fans through his podcast titled ‘Unashamed With Phil Robertson.’ On the other hand, Kay loves to cook for the whole family. She even has her own cookbook Miss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen: Faith, Family, and Food–Bringing Our Home to Your Table, and runs a restaurant in West Monroe.
The fourth child and at the helm of the filming and production of the family’s duck hunts, Jep got his own spin-off show with his wife Jessica called Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty which aired for two seasons. Aside from that, they also started The Jep & Jess Show podcast and recently opened a YouTube channel where they keep their fans updated with what’s new in their lives. Jessica also owns a jewelry line called Cavalry.
As of now, the couple is busy with their family restaurant known as the Duck’s Diner. Willie, in particular, has been somehow involved in politics, voicing out his support for the Republicans. Aside from that, he also starred on his own show Buck Commander aired on the Outdoor Channel and featured in his Uncle Si’s spinoff series. As for his wife Korie, she released her book titled Strong and Kind: Raising Kids of Character and also partnered with Glory Haus for a houseware, jewelry, and accessories collection.Unlike the rest of the Robertson family, Jep and Jessica along with their five children – Lily, Merrit, Priscilla, River, and adopted son Jules – currently live in Austin, Texas, where they have a food truck parked at the Dripping Springs distillery, a beer company run by Supernatural star Jensen Ackles.
The third son and CEO of Duck Commander, Willie, was the one who turned their small family business into a multi-million dollar empire. A businessman and author, he co-wrote a book called American Entrepreneur in 2018.
Aside from their foundation, the couple also started CamoFlix, which is basically YouTube for fishers and hunters. They also operate a bed and breakfast event venue known as Logtown Plantation. Missy also has other entrepreneurial businesses like her jewelry line Laminin and the Laminin House, which help women (sex-trafficked, homeless, single mothers) get back into the workforce.
John Luke is an author who has written numerous books, including a series of children’s books titled Be Your Own Duck Commander. He and his wife Mary Kate recently just welcomed baby number two and are now living as a happy family of four. His sister Sadie has also built a well-accomplished life as an author, podcast host, entrepreneur, and mom. Sadie recently married her husband, Christian Huff, and the two have a child together.
Alan is the eldest son of Phil and Kay, and unlike the rest of his family, he pursued a different path which was preaching. But he did come back and rejoined the family doing public relations at Duck Commander. He is married to Lisa Robertson, with whom he wrote the book A New Season: A Robertson Family Love Story of Brokenness and Redemption, where they shared their life before.Jason Silas Robertson or simply known as Jase, is the second son and the COO of Duck Commander. He and his family now live in West Monroe, Louisiana, near the family business. In 2017, Jase and his wife started a foundation called Mia Moo to raise awareness and funds for children with cleft lip and palate like their daughter Mia. Jase also decided to shave off his signature long, unruly beard as support for the cause.The brother of Phil Robertson, Silas Robertson or better known as Uncle Si, was one of the most loved on Duck Dynasty. Because of that, he got his own spin-off series called Going Si-ral, though it was short-lived and ended before Duck Dynasty did. After the show, Uncle Si turned to writing, publishing his book Si-renity: How I Stay Calm and Keep the Faith which was both a memoir and behind-the-scenes of Duck Dynasty. He also decided to enter the music industry and formed his own country music group known as Uncle Si and the Sicotics with daughter-in-law Marsha Robertson and singer-songwriter Bridgette Tatum. He also acted in a few small screen shows.
But even though the hit original series concluded, its popularity sparked spin-offs focusing on particular family members like ‘Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty’ and ‘Going Si-Ral.’ Now, let’s meet the rest of the family and see what they are actually up to these days.
The Roberston family of ‘Duck Dynasty’ had been a popular fixture on American reality TV from 2012 until 2017. The show that ran for 11 seasons and 130 episodes on A&E followed the lives of the Robertson family, who became successful thanks to their family business known as the Duck Commander, a manufacturer and seller of duck hunting products.Si Robertson, who is currently 73 years old, was born on April 27, 1948. He was the sixth child of seven born to James and Merritt Robertson in Vivian, Louisiana. His four brothers count. They are Judy and Jan’s sisters, as well as Jimmy Frank, Harold, Tommy, and Phil.Si Robertson is still with us and doing well. There have been no reports of him being ill or having any health difficulties. He appeared on programs including The Duckmen of Louisiana and Buck Commander on the Outdoor Channel. He also served as the show’s host for the Going Si-Ral Duck Dynasty spinoff. As Silas the Narrator, he made a cameo on Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas and Last Man Standing.
American television personality Si Robertson is well-known. Since Si Robertson played a prominent part in Duck Dynasty, many people are curious as to his current health. By reading the information below, you can determine whether Si Robertson is still alive and what happened to him.
Scott Merritt Robertson is the name of Si Robertson’s son. Scott served in the American Army and completed 8 deployments to Iraq. But after receiving a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder, Robertson became a champion for improved care for veterans.Si Robertson, a reality TV personality and duck hunter, is thought to be worth $8 million. He was a prominent member of the “Duck Dynasty” cast. Robertson appeared in 129 episodes of the program, which aired on A&E from 2012 to 2017. “Si-cology 1: Tales and Wisdom from Duck Dynasty’s Favorite Uncle” was a book written by Si that was published in 2013. The book received 500,000 pre-orders and was a huge hit.
Trasa is the name of Si’s daughter, while Scott is his son’s name. Trasa Lee Robertson Cobern is his daughter. Her birth year is 1977. Little information was discovered regarding his daughter. James Harold Robertson and Merritt Robertson are her grandparents.
In 1971, Robertson wed Christine Robertson. He has frequently discussed how he repeatedly begged her to be his wife. Christine ultimately consented after around 70 attempts, and they were blissfully wedded. Like his family, Robertson is outspoken about his Christian religion. Si withheld the address of his home for safety reasons.