New ‘Trading Spaces’ guy is from Texas and he’s super hot

TLC Network is bringing back a fan favorite, “Trading Spaces.” 

The show will feature veterans like Laurie Smith, Ty Pennington and Genevieve Gorder along with some new faces, which include Texas native Brett Tutor as the show’s carpenter.

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Not only is Tutor a highly experienced carpenter, he is basically the perfect man.

According to his online bio, Tutor grew up in Austin, where he practiced BMX alongside his brother and used to get truck-loads of dirt for Christmas so they could make a dirt jump track. 

By the age of 12 he was a world-ranked golfer and by 15 he was already apprenticing as a carpenter and home inspector under his grandfather. 

His skills don’t stop there. The 31-year-old also studied mixed martial arts in Hawaii, worked with orphans in Africa, enlisted in the Air Force at 21 — where he ended up tearing his Achilles tendon and was medically discharged, and went to a tactical EMT school “where he was trained in unconventional emergency medicine, small team tactics, weapons training, land navigation, room clearing, emergency K9 care, clan labs and more.”

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On top of all those accomplishments, he also has a non-profit organization that builds clean water and sanitation systems for remote areas around the world and performs in The Tutor Brothers, a band with his brother Chase.

As if Tutor wasn’t already the whole package, he also already has been featured on a Discovery Channel show called “Treasure Quest.” 

Based on an extensive search through his Instagram and Facebook he appears to be single and while we may be wrong, it doesn’t hurt to hope. 

TLC’s “Trading Spaces” is set to premier in the spring of 2018.

Take a look through the gallery above to see photos of Brett Tutor, and keep going to see the best shows of 2017 so far.

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