Drew and Jonathan Scott are very successful … like half-a-billion-dollars-in-one-year successful.
The identical twin brothers and hosts of HGTV’s hit Property Brothers franchise, 40, reportedly topped half a billion dollars in sales in 2018, according to their cover story in the March issue of Entrepreneur magazine.
The profile, which tracks the brothers’ rise to home improvement fame, lays out their numerous ventures, including their six HGTV series; their production company, Scott Brothers Entertainment; their furniture and home decor line, Scott Living; and soon, a new design platform called Casaza.
Not mentioned in the story are the release in October of their first children’s book, Builder Brothers Big Plans, which joins two other published tomes, or their numerous brand partnerships, including a Super Bowl spot for ADT.
“There are probably less than 100 actors who make more than we do across our empire,” he told the magazine. “We thought it was the bee’s knees to be a successful actor, but pursuing that would have never opened up this world to us.”
But that wasn’t always the case. Before they made it big, Drew admits, he was in $140,000 of debt. After high school, the Canada-born star headed to Vancouver to try to make it as an actor. But after a year, he ended up with a huge credit card bill and only a handful of small parts.
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