Norm Abram Biography
Norm Abram is an American carpenter who was born as Norman L. Abram in Woonsocket, Rhode Island known for his work on the PBS television programs This Old House and The New Yankee Workshop. He is a master carpenter. He studied at Milford high school in Milford then he studied mechanical engineering as well as business administration at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he became a brother of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
Norm Abram Age
Abram was born on 3 October 1949 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
Norm Abram Height and weight
Abram stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches or 1.68 m tall and his weight is 78 kg.
Norm Abram Family
Abram has not disclosed much information about his family. The identity of his parents and siblings,if any, is not known publicly. We are keeping tabs and we shall update this section as soon as the information is available.
Norm Abram Wife
Abram is married to Elise Hauenstein. The pair has two children together. Norm was first married to Laura Coner had one child together, a daughter known as Lindsey Abram.
Norm Abram Weight Loss
Abram has a weight of 78 kg or 172 pounds. He has not revealed any information about his weight loss journey. We are keeping tabs and we shall update this section as soon as the information is available.
Norm Abram Health
Abram is alive, however, he was rumored to succumbing to cancer which is not true. He appeared sickly during his appearances in the show recently. His appearances on television are also minimal which is contrary to the past. We are keeping tabs and we shall update this section as soon as the information about his health is available.
Norm Abram This Old House
Abram took a building job of a small barn in the backyard of television producer Russell Morash, the creator of public television’s This Old House in the year 1979.
Morash was Impressed by Abram’s small scrap pile and efficient work habits, he invited Abram to assist with the renovation of a rundown Victorian house in Boston’s historic Dorchester section, with a WGBH camera crew recording the process for the first This Old House project alongside host Bob Vila. Abram was then approached by Morash with the idea of him appearing as a regular on the Old House series, and ha since then been a fixture on the show.
Norm Abram New Yankee Workshop
Morash planned to launch a spinoff of This Old House named The New Yankee Workshop in the year 1988 and he needed a convenient place to videotape, so they used the shop in the small barn that Abram built in the year 1979 in Morash’s backyard.
The shop layout and equipment were mostly Abram’s preferences. The New Yankee Workshop first aired in the year 1989 with Abram as the host.
The New Yankee Workshop showcased furniture or other projects over the course of one or more episodes and emphasised the use of power tools as well as equipment. The show aired for twenty-one seasons on PBS.
Norm Abram Net Worth siblings
Abram is estimated to have a Net Worth of $2.5 million.