Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
Neil Haley, The Total Tutor host of the Total Education Celebrity Show, interviewed John Littlefield to find out about his experiences on the ABC show Extreme Homemaker: Home Edition, as well as discuss his latest projects.
Noted actor and handyman Littlefield studied theater at Temple University before earning roles off-Broadway plays, regional theater and television. He appeared in The Hulk, Slipstream, Fracture and Beowulf. He continued doing handiwork in his downtime, which eventually led to a gig hosting Dude Room on the Discover Channel. He also worked with Habitat for Humanity for CMT’s Home Blitz before landing his most recognizable role as a handyman and carpenter on the hit series, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
“I paid my way through college by swinging a hammer,” Littlefield said, explaining how he worked to cover his tuition. “Building sets, building houses. My dad taught me to do these things.”
In the interview, Littlefield explained that he was working as an actor in New York and an agent convinced him to go to LA, but he found it to be even more competitive for jobs than he expected.
To make money, Littlefield said, he painted houses. During the process, he painted the house of one producers of Discovery Channel. The producer thought he would be wonderful host. Two months later, he started hosting for the Discovery Channel.
“Always be ready for your big break. You never know when your time has come,” host Haley said.
Littlefield also discusses being traded to Extreme Makeover: Home Edition—which he has hosted for 7 seasons—as well as getting opportunities to act and do commercials. He also talks about how, during his time as a celebrity, he continues to paint houses.
“John Littlefield is a down to earth celebrity,” Haley said.
GJ Reynolds CEO of Simply G Media said, “John has a great work ethic. He did not complain because he was doing a job that was not acting. He did his very best, and it paid off.”
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