Kevin O Connor Biography
Kevin O Connor is an American television personality. Since 2003, he has been the host of the PBS home renovation series This Old House replacing Steve Thomas. He graduated in 1986 from Saint Benedict’s Preparatory School in Newark, New Jersey.
He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the College of the Holy Cross in 1990.In 1999, he earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Boston University.
He worked for Fleet Bank as a Vice President in the Sports Finance Group He then worked for Bank of America as a Senior Vice President in the Commercial Real Estate Group.
Producers of This Old House asked him to become their new host after Steve Thomas left. With his wife, Kathleen, they had appeared on an episode of Ask This Old House. The painting contractor Jim Clark assisted them with a wallpaper-removal project.
He was also the host of Ask This Old House and Inside This Old House. He now holds a position on the editorial board of the This Old House magazine which was published by This Old House Ventures, Inc.
He debuted as the author of his first book, “The Best Homes from This Old House” in September 2011
Kevin O Connor Age
He was born on 1 June 1968 in New Jersey, U.S.A.
Kevin O Connor Family
He was born in a family of seven. He has four brothers and two sisters. His father was a civil engineer which lead them to growing up in different job sites. He grew up in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Kevin O Connor Wife|Married|Children|Kids
He is married to Kathleen. Together,they have three children. He lives in an 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home in Hamilton, Massachusetts with his family.
Kevin O Connor Book
He is the Emmy nominated host of This Old House and Ask This Old House on PBS and the host of This New House on the DIY network.
“The Best Homes of This Old House” is his first book where he combines his love of renovation and photography.
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One of my favorite @ThisOldHouse memories. Our Weston, MA, timber frame house several years ago and one of the rare times I let the kids come to work with me. My oldest son got a bit worn out but he never let go of the peg he was given by timber framer Tedd Benson from @beam_team. #HappyFathersDay