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Toss together some art history, an interest in design, and a hammer and what do you get? Ty's background includes modeling and acting, as well.
When he's not sharing screentime with the designers on Trading Spaces, Ty polishes his carpentry skills for clients in his Atlanta-based business.
I could have jeopardized the lives of others and I am grateful there was no accident or harm done to anyone.
We had to wait until FEMA and the government said we could come in. When you see it firsthand, it looks like Hiroshima. We were hoping we could go down and help out where it would affect a lot of people: churches, community centers.
Ty gained widespread recognition when he worked as the carpenter for the TLC show Trading Spaces.
He left Trading Spaces and became the face of ABCs Extreme Makeover: Home Edition working as Team Leader and host.
We all make mistakes, however this is about accountability.
I loved being part of ADHD Experts on Call last year and I am excited about the many people we will impact this year. [Who has won two Emmies for Outstanding Reality Program and two People's Choice Awards]: Yes, I get swarmed. They watch Extreme Makeover and I'm an okay human being. The show is about family, about America and about these random acts of kindness that can restore your faith in people.Ty pleaded no contest Friday in a misdemeanor drunken driving case.[Of his arrest for drunk driving]: I made an error in judgment.Ty Pennington was arrested early May 5 2007 for driving with a blood-alcohol level above the 0.08 per cent limit and driving under the influence of alcohol.
A judge placed Pennington on three years' probation, restricted his driving privileges for 90 days and ordered him to participate in a 90-day alcohol program and attend a Mothers Against Drunk Drivers meeting.I hope that by working with all of these great people and sharing how support and treatment has made a difference in my life, I'll help other kids and families understand that there are people out there ready to help them and that it's possible to live a productive life with ADHD." [Speaking on the terrible devastation of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina]: If you lose the sounds coming out of New Orleans, you lose part of the American language. We're a life-improvement as opposed to a home-improvement show.