What Does ’90 Day Fiance’ Angela Deem Do For a Living?

The new regular season of 90 Day Fiance features Angela Deem, so we’ll be seeing more of her life in Hazlehurst, Georgia. In prior seasons with Michael Ilesanmi on Before the 90 Days, much of her footage shot in Lagos, Nigeria. Now, Michael’s coming to be with his fiancee in America on the K-1 visa so we’ll be seeing their new life. For starters, fans want to know about Angela Deems’ job.

90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem Always Keeps It Real

One thing TLC fans knowm is that Angela Deem keeps it real. Whether it’s defending Jesse Meester backstage – or taking on doubters about her international May-December romance. Some have piled on about Angela arguing at the 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Tell-All. But recently, Avery Mills apologized to Jesse and admitted that TLC prodded her to start trouble backstage.

Then, 90 Day Fiance announced the new season of the main franchise – and that Angela Deem would be part of the cast. So far, in fact, Michael and Angela are the only Before the 90 Days duo confirmed to be back for more TLC coverage. That tidbit also has some viewers wondering if jealousy might be driving some of the emotions backstage at 90 Day Fiance.

90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem

New TLC Season Info – More on Angela’s Life in Georgia

With Michael coming to Georgia on 90 Day Fiance, he’s due for a culture shock moving there to marry his fiancee. Right now, he lives in Lagos, Nigeria – population 21 million. Whereas, Angela Deem lives in a small town down South with a population of about 4,000 souls. The police station there is small enough to fit inside a two-car garage.

And the biggest (and tallest) structure is the historic courthouse featured in TLC’s “hero shots” of Angela Deem for the show. Meanwhile, Lagos’ skyline teems with skyscrapers.

And for anyone wondering how comfortable Michael may be, here’s info on where Angela lives. In fact, it’s more diverse than America on average. About 57% of residents are white. Close to 30% are black and 12% identify as Hispanic. So, we’ll see more of Hazlehurst, and Angela Deem’s family this season on 90 Day Fiance. And there’s surprising diversity in the Deem family, too.

90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem

So What Does 90 Day Fiance’s Angela Deem Do For a Job?

One thing 90 Day Fiance fans know heading into the new season is that Angela Deem’s protective of her relationship with Michael. So, right now she’s working and sending him money while he focuses on getting ready to move to the US. To support Michael (and herself ) Angela Deem works in the healthcare industry. Angela’s a nursing assistant at a hospice in a nearby town.

You can see a pic of her in scrubs above with coworkers. And 90 Day Fiance shows clips of her at her job now and then. And the hospice where she works is a non-profit. She caretakes patients dying from cancer, advanced age, and other terminal issues. This sheds new light on Angela asking Michael if he’s willing to wipe her butt since she knows first hand what it takes to care for dying patients.

90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem

Will Michael Land in Atlanta Soon?

Angela Deem keeps busy working in this tough job, video chatting with Michael, and shooting 90 Day Fiance. In addition to all that, she’s busy with family. Because, Angela’s also helping raise her six grandkids. This dynamic should keep Michael busy when he joins the Deems in Georgia on the TLC show.

Now you know what Angela Deem does for a living. So, brace yourself to learn more in season 7. But, when does Michael arrive in Georgia? There’s no date confirmed, but she applied for his K-1 awhile back. And since the TLC show centers on the journey in America, we can expect him to arrive sooner rather than later.

Keep your eyes here for more 90 Day Fiance news and updates all season long at Soap Dirt.

Francine Chalmers

Primarily a reality TV junkie, I’ve glommed onto daytime drama over the past five years and am now thoroughly addicted. My favorite is General Hospital but Days of Our Lives is picking up speed fast. CBS soaps are great to watch and I enjoy writing about all these for Soap Dirt.