All American Handyman Season 3: Meet the Cast
Get to know the 10 handy men and women competing for the ultimate prize of a $10,000 Sears shopping spree, an HGTV development deal and the title of All American Handyman .
Watch as some of the country's most talented handymen and handywomen test their skills each week through a series of challenges, ranging from repair work to full construction builds.
The Host and Judges
Carol developed her handy skills by helping her parents flip houses as a child, inspiring her to earn a certificate in architecture. Learn more about Carol.
While shadowing his father on job sites, Chris became his mother's handyman from an early age and even built her a standalone garage. Learn more about Chris.
A self-taught handyman, Christopher learned the most about construction while renovating his family's home in Colorado. Learn more about Christopher.
A construction enthusiast since childhood, Julia was finally able to test her skills while she remodeled her first home. Learn more about Julia.
Michael picked up his handy skills as a teen and currently does full-time maintenance work for a school and church facility. Learn more about Michael.
Paul developed a passion for carpentry while working at his uncle's lumberyard and has even converted his garage into a cabinet workshop. Learn more about Paul.
Rodney had his first woodworking lesson from a friend just 10 years ago; now he's a self-employed carpenter and designer. Learn more about Rodney.
In addition to being a handyman, Scott is pursuing a degree in criminal justice and does automotive work in his spare time. Learn more about Scott.
For Scott, being a handyman is a family tradition. He's currently a part-time carpenter and enjoys updating homes, including his own. Learn more about Scott.
Sonne developed a passion for construction after working on a cruise ship in Hawaii, inspiring her to receive a certificate in carpentry. Learn more about Sonne.