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George Oliphant      

Emmy Award-winning Host of NBC's George to the Rescue

George Oliphant is the popular Emmy award-winning host of NBC’s George to the Rescue, a weekly national home improvement show. George and his team of contractors and interior designers travel the nation rescuing the homes of deserving people.

The warm and bubbly Oliphant said he got his start as a touring children's theater actor. He launched his TV career as a veejay for MTVu, MTV's college music channel, and then on MHD, MTV's first high-definition music channel. Eventually, he began working on an NBC show called Open House to the Rescue, which led to George to the Rescue. The show started out in New York but has been picked up by NBC stations across the map. Each week, Oliphant and his crew set out to change lives by "rescuing" the homes of people in need.

He's the father of three boys ages four and under. He's also a resident of Montclair, where he's restoring the English Tudor home on Ingleside Road purchased by his grandparents in 1942.

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