Bryan Baeumler, the Canadian host of HGTV, has received the Gemini Award for Best Host in a Lifestyle/Practical Knowledge or Performing Arts Program or Series. He is well-known for his love of teaching and for being the foremost DIY expert (Do It Yourself).
Quick facts of Bryan Baeumler
|Date of Birth||April 18, 1974|
|Age||46 Years 11 Month(s)|
|Husband/Spouse||Sarah Baeumler (m. 2004)|
|Net Worth||$15 Million Dollars|
|Social Media||Instagram, Twitter|
|Children/Kids||Lincoln Wolfgang, Quintyn Werner (Sons) & Charlotte Anne, Josephine Judith (Daughters)|
|Education||University of Western Ontario|
Bryan’s career and growth began when he was 14 years old, when he started his own handyman business doing odd jobs for the neighbors. Soon after, he launched HGTV Canada’s Disaster DIY, which was a huge hit in Canada, with millions of viewers tuning in. After being recognized for his talent as a host, he returned to host another HGTV Canada broadcast, Disaster DIY: Cottage Edition. After a string of successes, he moved on to a new show called Leave It to Bryan.
The trail soon led to Bryan’s residence, where he started hosting House of Bryan, HGTV Canada’s highest-rated series ever. He also joined the HGTV show Canada’s Handyman Challenge as a judge. Bryan is the President and CEO of Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc. at the moment. In 2018, he had the opportunity to serve on the judging panel that chose the first ten Canadian TITANs.
Season 3 of Renovation Island
Bryan teased the upcoming season of Renovation Island on her Instagram account. He posted a photo of the hardworking crew shooting the HGTV series in the Bahamas on September 13th. The second season is currently in progress, but the network has yet to reveal it.
With over 5 million viewers, the first season shattered the ratings on HGTV. And hopefully, the upcoming season will live up to the standards of all of the fans. This season, he promises, things will be interesting. However, no date has been set for the episode to air.
He also clarified how to book stays at his family’s resort, the Caerula Mar Club, in response to his fans’ comments. Since the Caerula Mar Club is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, bookings with the beachfront hotel will reopen on October 24. Visitors would be able to enter the resort if they obey the Bahamian government’s guidelines.
How much money does he have?
Bryan has a net worth of $15 million dollars and is well-known for his hosting abilities. Since he was 14 years old, he has been building his family’s home from the ground up and running his shop. He wasn’t going to stop there; he’s now the President of his company, Baeumler Quality Construction.
Bryan, on the other hand, leads a luxurious lifestyle, as he knows from the inside out, and has a long list of children to feed. He won the top 40 under 40 Avenue for his brilliant job hosting, all of which he accomplished in a short period of time.
Bryan’s Children And Wife: Is He Divorced?
In terms of his personal life, he is married to Sarah, a wonderful lady. After dating for a while, the pair agreed to marry in September 2004. Sarah, his better half, is a co-lead in House of Bryan’s Bryan Inc.
Lincoln Wolfgang (born in 2011), Josephine (born in 2013), Judith Quintyn Werner (born in 2006), and Charlotte Anne Werner (born in 2006) are the couple’s four lovely children (born in 2008).
Bryan and his wife Sarah have been sailing through their relationship with ease, and the couple is incredibly close. Bryan and Sarah celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary on September 3, 2018, and Bryan shared a photo with her gushing about their long marriage.
He is also a fan of Sarah, and on March 26, 2019, he sweetly captioned a photo with her wishing her a ‘Happy Birthday.’ He also said that his wife is his accomplice in crime, disclosing that her Instagram account had been hacked.
Bryan and Sarah have not had any known break-ups or divorces in the past or present, and they are currently living happily in Canada with their children.
Family and a brief bio:
Bryan was born on April 18, 1974, in the United States. The HGTV host is 6 foot tall and of white origin. He is an American national. On his social media, his parents were seen attending a Toronto National Home Show with Bryan, as well as much else about his family. He’s still a bit envious of people who have hair.