Born in Canada in 1978, Drew and Jonathan Scott's incursions into performing, real estate and television production culminated in their starring roles as the hosts of "Property Brothers." The identical twins established Scott Real Estate together to fund various creative projects. They co-founded the Davidian Production Company and Scott Brothers Entertainment with their older brother, writer J.D. Scott.
Drew and Jonathan Scott exhibit a lifetime pattern of high achievement. Raised on a ranch, the brothers could ride horseback by age 3. They hold second-degree Blackbelt honors in karate from their childhood, when they were Canadian National Champions in their age group for several years. Their athleticism continued through college, where Drew held the record for a 43-inch vertical jump in basketball.
The brothers engaged in creative activities from childhood, as clowns, competitive bagpipers and in live theater. At one time designated the youngest international illusionist, Jonathan continued to perform, studying acting with the Company of Rogues Actor's Studio and the University of Calgary. While Drew shifted focus from the stage to producing and directing, both brothers had roles on television series such as "The X-Files" and "Smallville."
The boys founded their first business at the age of 7, creating decorative hangers that sold both in Canada and Japan. By the time they were 17 years old, the Scott brothers had bought their first house, and they flipped another for $50,000 profit while in college. They continue creating companies, refining the inclusion of their various passions.