The moment where Nev and Max show up on the doorstep of the catfish is arguably the shows biggest and most important moment to the fans.

But just because you've seen the film doesn't mean you know the whole story. The veracity of Angela Wesselman-Pierce's life, as presented in the film, is not in question and has been confirmed by independent news sources.

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To bring these characters to life, Angela assumed all of their identities.

However, there are some participants that have claimed that both the catfish and catfishee had met in person before all the phone calls and research is shown on TV for entertainment purposes. But whether Nev, his brother and Joost really were outsmarted by Wesselman has become a point of contention.

Schulman was ready to meet Megan and a photo assignment in Vail, Colo., soon would provide that chance. Have you made any fake online profiles?” According to the producers, it’s often the liars who contact the show as a means of unburdening themselves.

This revealing fact doesn’t make the show any less real but it doesn’t look good when almost every episode begins with Nev Schulman reading an email from a potential victim requesting the show to investigate the love interest on the other side of an Internet profile. angela wesselman net worth.

$16 Million Angela Wesselman-Pierce Wiki: Salary, Married, Wedding, Spouse, Family Angela Wesselman-Pierce is known for her work on Catfish (2010).