Drew Scott (Property Brothers) Bio, Age, Parents, Height, Wife, Children, Education, Career, TV Shows, Net worth

Drew Scott Biography

Born Andrew Alfred Scott, Drew Scott is a Canadian TV personality and co-host of HGTV’s reality series Property Brothers. He co-hosts the television show alongside his twin brother Jonathan Scott.

Drew Scott Age | Birthday

Born in Vancouver, Canada, Scott is 43 years old (age in 2021). He was born on April 28, 1978, and therefore he celebrates his birthday on the 28th of April yearly.

Drew Scott Parents | Family

Scott was born in Vancouver, British, Columbia to his parents; Joanne Scott (mother) and Jim Scott (father).  His parents have been married for 55 years (as in 2021). His father, Jim Scott was born in Scotland and emigrated to the USA. Jim Scott was a karate instructor, actor, and film- assistant director. On the other hand, his mother worked as a paralegal in downtown Vancouver.

Scott has a twin brother named Jonathan Scott and an elder brother named  James Daniel “JD” Scott.

Drew Scott
Drew Scott

Drew Scott Height

The Property Brothers co-host, Scott, stands at a height of  6 feet and 4 inches tall.

Drew Scott Wife

The television personality, Scott, is married to Linda Phan. The two met at a Toronto Fashion Week event in 2010 and at the beginning of 2014, they were living together. Scott and his wife Phan got engaged on December 13, 2016. The pair tied the knot on May 12, 2018, at a destination wedding in Italy.  Scott and his wife filmed a TLC show called Drew and Linda Say I Do which incorporated their respective Scottish and Chines heritages.

Drew Scott Children

As of 2021, Scott and his wife Linda Phan do not have children. The couple has however expressed their desire to have children. In an interview with US Weekly, Scott noted that they were interested in having more than one kid.

Drew Scott Education

Scott attended Thomas Haney Secondary School and then joined the University of Calgary where he pursued kinesiology.

Drew Scott Career

Scott is a realtor, television personality, and the co-host of Property Brothers, a home renovation program. He is the co-founder of Scott Brothers Entertainment, which creates and produces TV shows, films, and digital content. Additionally, Scott and twin brother Jonathan launched a home furnishings brand Scott Living and its subsidiary, Dream Homes.

Initially, Scott had started out as an actor and had roles in Smallville, Break High, and Madison. In addition, he had aspirations to become a professional basketball player and played basketball in college. However, a string of injuries led him to abandon his aspirations, and when he got recruited at Albert College, he left after a few weeks to focus on the real estate business.

Drew Scott TV Shows and Movies

Below are a number of TV shows and films Scott has been involved in:

  • Property Brothers– (2011-present)
  • Buying and Selling– (2013-present)
  • Brother Vs. Brother– (2013-present)
  • Property Brothers: At Home-2014
  • A Christmas Parade
  • Property Brothers: At Home on the Ranch-2015
  • Talking Dead– (2016-2019)
  • Home to Win-( 2017- present)
  • Drew and Linda Say I Do-2018
  • Property Brothers: Forever Home-(2019-present)
  • A Very Bad Renovation– 2019
  • Smallville
  • Breaker High-1997
  • Madison-1997

Drew Scott Property Brothers | Property Brothers: Forever Home

Drew is a co-host of the television reality series Property Brothers, a home renovation program. He co-hosts alongside his twin brother Jonathan Scott.  Drew features as a realtor while his brother features as a contractor.

The success of Property Brothers has led to several spinoffs which include Buying and SellingBrother vs. BrotherProperty Brothers: At Home, and Property Brothers: Forever Home.  The spinoff, Property Brothers: Forever Home season premieres on Wednesday at 8 pm on November 3, 2021, on HGTV.

Drew Scott Net worth

Scott and his twin brother have a combined net worth of $200 million. The two brothers have accumulated their fortune through the real estate business which includes home renovation and television reality shows.