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Scott Cam

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Australia - NSW

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Over the past decade, Scott Cam has become one of Aussie TV's favourite faces, putting his stamp firmly on programs such as Backyard Blitz, Domestic Blitz, Random Acts of Kindness and Renovation Rescue and The Block. He is also a regular on radio and has written books on renovation and home maintenance.

Scott's a Bondi lad who, straight after completing a carpentry apprenticeship, got into an old four-wheel-drive and set off to explore Australia, travelling the length and breadth of the continent doing all kinds of jobs, from mustering sheep and cattle to building ships.

Scott put down roots in Sydney, establishing his own building business before he first appeared on our screens in Backyard Blitz.

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