Drew Scott


Drew Scott

Co-Founder Scott Brothers Global

Drew Scott is co-founder of Scott Brothers Global, which includes Scott Brothers Entertainment and Scott Living. He and his twin brother, Jonathan, host multiple top-rated HGTV series including the Emmy-nominated Property Brothers, Brother vs. Brother and Property Brothers at Home and their shows are watched by millions of fans in over 150 countries. A two-time New York Times bestselling author and one of People’s “Sexiest Men Alive,” Drew is also a bona fide social media influencer with over three million followers across his social platforms. Most recently, Drew was a contestant on the 25th season of ABC’s wildly-popular Dancing with the Stars.

Born and raised in Canada, Drew’s love of all things entrepreneurial began at age seven when he and Jonathan started their first business. By age 18, they were buying and flipping homes and by their mid-20s they had a thriving real estate, design and renovation business and had worked with hundreds of clients. As a teenager, Drew excelled at athletics, both as a basketball star at his local high school and as a national gold medalist and second-degree black belt in karate. He attended the University of Calgary, where he studied Kinesiology with a minor in Math.  

Drew’s love of acting began during elementary school; he then started doing improv, sketch and standup comedy while in high school. Later, he booked roles in popular TV series such as Smallville and Breaker High. Eventually, he and Jonathan were approached to host a home renovation show called My Dream Home, which later became Property Brothers.  

In addition to his television and social media success, Drew is one half of a rising global lifestyle brand, Scott Brothers Global, which includes multiple extensions into music, media and retail. He and Jonathan established Scott Brothers Entertainment, which produces award-winning and engaging content in all genres for TV, film and digital platforms. The brothers expanded their brand with the creation of Scott Living, a designer collection of indoor and outdoor furniture, décor and bedding available at a variety of North American retailers including QVC, Costco.com and Lowe’s. 

In 2015, Drew and Jonathan wrote and recorded two original tracks, “Hold On” and “Let the Night Shine In,” with music producers Victoria Shaw and Chad Carlson. Their music video for “Hold On” received over 4 million views on both Vevo and YouTube, helping the song hit the Billboard Hot Country charts within the first month of its release. In January 2017, the Scott brothers put their own country spin on Flo Rida’s wildly popular single “My House” with 100% of the single’s proceeds being donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

In September 2017, Drew released a memoir, co-authored with brother Jonathan, entitled It Takes Two: Our Story, and in its first week, it was on both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. Last year, he and Jonathan released their first book, entitled Dream Home: The Property Brothers’ Ultimate Guide To Finding & Fixing Your Perfect House. It was also a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller.

Drew is based in Las Vegas and outside of his career endeavors, serves as a global ambassador for World Vision, working to improve child protection domestically and abroad. His wide-ranging philanthropic contributions include working with a variety of charities such as The American Red Cross and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, among others. Drew is also very active when it comes to environmental responsibility and the advancement of clean, renewable energies.