Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Catching up with TLC's Evan Farmer

"Home-repair addicts will always have a soft spot in their hearts of Evan Farmer, the handsome, Jack Tripper-esque host of TLC's While You Were Out, which along with Trading Spaces helped take home-and-garden television to the next level," writes Kenneth Walsh. "We recently caught up with Farmer -- an accomplished actor, musician, designer, songwriter -- to see what he's been up to since the popular show went off the air."

Here's an excerpt from the interview:
Q. Great to be interviewing you, Evan. I know you've been really busy since "While You Were Out" went off in 2006. Why don't we begin with you telling us what you've been up to the last few years.

Evan Farmer: Here's a list in no particular order: had a son, rebuilt my house that burned, did an HGTV show called "FreeStyle," a WE show called "Bride vs. Bride," a ridiculous VH1 show called "Celebrity Paranormal Project," developed a handful of shows with three different production companies, started a production company, built an airplane and flew it solo cross-country, moved three times, wrote a book, and started a real estate investment company -- OK, I'm stressing myself out right now (laughs) -- four years slips by fast!

Read full interview here.

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