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FutureStarrDrew Scott Gives a Rare Update on the Hilarious Bonding Activity He's 'Best Man'
Property Brothers fans have followed Drew Scott and his twin brother Jonathan as they renovate homes and engage in friendly sibling rivalry. You might also have an inkling into Drew's personal life; his fiancee Linda Phan has featured on their spinoff series Property Brothers At Home: Honeymoon House as well as their TLC wedding special, Linda And Drew Say I Do.
Drew Scott, 44, recently shared an adorable update on his relationship with twin brother Jonathan, 40. During an episode of the Drew Barrymore Show featuring former NFL player Brandon Marshall, Scott showed off his toned physique by stripping down to reveal a gray sweater as the audience cheered him on. This episode promoted a new season of HGTV show Brother vs Brother in which the twins compete against one another to flip homes for the highest sale price. Furthermore, both married in 2018 and have a son named Parker James born 8 months ago.
Drew Scott recently provided an entertaining update on the hilarious bonding activities he and twin brother Jonathan Scott had during their 2018 wedding, which he describes in a video. In it, Drew reflected on watching Jonathan give his best man speech at their nuptials and how it had inspired him to make a wish: that Jonathan could deliver such an inspiring message directly to Drew and Linda Phan - exactly as Jonathan had done for them during their 2018 nuptials! Now eight months after they tied the knot, Parker James Phan joined them as well!
Drew Scott, co-host of HGTV's Property Brothers and Brother vs. Brother, has the unique ability to transform a rundown fixer-upper into the homeowner's dream retreat. Additionally, he's an accomplished filmmaker whose background includes theater, improv comedy and sketch comedy.
Drew and his twin brother Jonathan have become household names through their HGTV series Property Brothers (2011-2013), Buying + Selling (2012) and Brother vs Brother (2013), a home renovation competition which pits the two brothers against one another and their respective teams of professionals as they take on clients' challenges.
Their winning combination of sibling rivalry and humor helped them build their real estate agency into one of the country's most successful. They also have their own production company as well as Scott Living, a successful home furnishings line.
Drew and Jonathan first met while both dreaming of pursuing film and TV careers. While in high school, they started acting in improv and sketch comedy shows before branching out into behind-the-camera work. Years later, they founded Scott Brothers Entertainment - an innovative content production studio for television, film and digital platforms.
In the past, they've produced several short films and digital content. Furthermore, they founded one of cinema and TV's most sought-after galas - Producers Ball - held annually during Toronto International Film Festival.
Drew is not only a successful entrepreneur, but his passion for music extends even deeper. Together with his brother, they have an extensive musical background and write and produce their own material; their debut album "Dream Home" debuted on the New York Times Best Seller List in 2016.
He's an accomplished athlete who enjoys various sports and activities, such as karate. With a second degree black belt in this discipline, he has achieved great success over the years and remains an active Canadian National Karate champion.
Drew recently shared a YouTube video reflecting on his recent wedding to Linda Phan. During the ceremony, Drew was inspired by his brother's best man speech and made an emotional wish for his future wife-to-be.
Drew Scott of the Property Brothers is an adept master of many skillsets. He's a dedicated family man, as well as an enthusiastic philanthropist and traveler. Their 8-month old son Parker James Scott completes their pack; they reside in Los Angeles. It's no surprise that he's one of the kindest and thoughtful husbands around; during a recent roundtable discussion with HGTV editor-in-chief Kevin McClain he shared some helpful man and wifey advice alongside serious points regarding handling finances better.