Kevin O'Connor is the host of the Emmy Award-winning PBS series, "This Old House," and the Emmy-nominated series, "Ask This Old House." He was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show Host in his debut season. He also serves on the editorial board of This Old House magazine, published by This Old House Ventures, Inc. Along with Amy Matthews, Kevin is also the host of "This New House," which premiered on the DIY Network in the summer of 2010.

Kevin O'Connor, along with his four brothers and two sisters, grew up on various job sites led by his father, a civil engineer. Years later he remains an avid home enthusiast. When Kevin, a lifelong fan of "This Old House," and his wife, Kathleen, became overwhelmed by their long to-do list, they sent an e-mail seeking help from the "Ask This Old House" experts. To their surprise and delight, the House call served as Kevin's first screen test to serve as the new host (the third host in the history of the pioneer home improvement series).

Kevin received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the College of the Holy Cross in 1990 and a Master's of Business Administration degree from Boston University in 1999. Most recently Kevin worked for Bank of America as a Senior Vice President in the Commercial Real Estate Group and before that in the Sports Finance Group at Fleet Bank.

Originally from New Jersey and an avid traveler, Kevin lives with his wife and three children in a home north of Boston.


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Hometown: New Jersey
Current Residence: Massachusetts

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'Ask This Old House' Season 13 Examines Serious Drought — Premiering Thursday, October 2, the new season of the PBS series also features expert housecalls in Florida, Nevada, California, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maine and West Virginia. Read more...

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