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Hamish Dodd
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Dodd in 2018
Born
Hamish Morley Dodd

(1976-05-25) 25 May 1976 (age 46)
NationalityNew Zealand
Occupation(s)Broadcaster and interior designer
Years active1999–present
SpouseAnita Dodd

Hamish Morley Dodd (born 25 May 1976) is a New Zealand celebrity interior designer, television[1] and radio presenter.[2] He is most notable for appearing on the New Zealand television show My House My Castle,[3][4] as the interior designer.[5] The show aired for ten years, from 1999 until the final season in 2009.[6]

Since My House My Castle, Dodd continued to work as a television interior designer for various New Zealand television shows including Home Sick in 2008, an episode of The Apprentice New Zealand in 2010 and Get Growing with New Zealand Gardener in the same year.[7][8]

In 2015, Dodd designed his own holiday home which became part of the television series, 100 Day Bach.[9][10] In 2019, the follow-up, 100 Day Renovation was released. [11][12][13]

Outside of his television career, Dodd co-hosts the Design & Build Show on Today FM,[14] previously The DIY Experts and The Home & Garden Show.[15][16]

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Early life and career

1976 - 1993: Early life

Dodd was born in 1976 to interior designer Adrienne and accountant Paul.[17][18][19]

With his father Paul teaching Hamish how to fly, Dodd gained an interest with becoming a Fighter pilot as a child. His father owned an old Warbird plane from Vietnam that Dodd flew as a child with his father.[17]

1993 - 1999: Early career

When Dodd was 17 years old after he finished school, his father enrolled him at Manukau Tech to study horticulture. He studied landscaping at a design school in London before returning to New Zealand to set up a design business with his mother Adrienne Dodd.[17]

1999 - 2009: My House My Castle

Dodd first appeared on television for the New Zealand series, Ground Force, appearing as the interior designer for an indoor-outdoor special for the series. Dodd was then asked to audition as the interior designer for My House My Castle.[6][20] The show ran for ten seasons from 1999 up until 2009. [4]

2009 - 2022: Later projects

Since My House My Castle finished airing in 2009, Dodd has appeared on various other television shows which involve interior designing. In 2015, Dodd appeared in 100 Day Bach. The first series which included him and his wife, Anita. [21][22]

In 2020, Dodd appeared again continuing his interior designing work on screen for the series, Dream Home Dilemma and The Bach that JK Built.[23][24]

2023 - present: Clubhouse Rescue

In 2023, Dodd along with Israel Dagg and Stephen Donald are due to appear in the 2023 New Zealand television series, Clubhouse Rescue.[25][26][27]

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Fighter pilot

Fighter pilot

A fighter pilot is a military aviator trained to engage in air-to-air combat, air-to-ground combat and sometimes electronic warfare while in the cockpit of a fighter aircraft. Fighter pilots undergo specialized training in aerial warfare and dogfighting. A fighter pilot with at least five air-to-air kills becomes known as an ace.

My House My Castle

My House My Castle

My House My Castle is a New Zealand television reality show that helped New Zealand home owners sort out issues related to their homes such as real estate agents and financing. Also a room is renovated each week and each episode ends with a finalist in the "Castle of the Year Competition". It aired on Monday nights at 8 pm on TV2.

100 Day Bach

100 Day Bach

100 Day Bach is a 2015 New Zealand home renovation reality TV show. The series follows New Zealand celebrity Interior designer and presenter Hamish Dodd as he works on building and designing a holiday home in 100 days with the help of his wife, at the time, his partner Anita Dodd.

Israel Dagg

Israel Dagg

Israel Jamahl Akuhata Dagg is a former New Zealand rugby union player who played for the Crusaders in Super Rugby. He has also played for the New Zealand Sevens team, and represents Hawkes Bay in the ITM Cup.

Stephen Donald

Stephen Donald

Stephen Rex Donald is a New Zealand rugby union player who currently plays for the NEC Green Rockets in the Japanese Top League. A first five-eighth or centre, he has won 24 international caps for New Zealand. Nicknamed 'Beaver', he is best known for kicking the winning penalty in the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final.

Personal life

Dodd has a son, Hunter.[17] He is married to Anita Dodd.[19][28]

Television work

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My House My Castle

My House My Castle

My House My Castle is a New Zealand television reality show that helped New Zealand home owners sort out issues related to their homes such as real estate agents and financing. Also a room is renovated each week and each episode ends with a finalist in the "Castle of the Year Competition". It aired on Monday nights at 8 pm on TV2.

The Apprentice New Zealand

The Apprentice New Zealand

The Apprentice New Zealand was a New Zealand reality television series that aired on TV2 16 February to 11 May 2010. It features Terry Serepisos, Wellington based multi-millionaire property developer, as the chief executive officer (CEO). The series' winner, Thomas Ben, received a $200,000 package consisting of a $100,000 salary, A BMW and accommodation. Thomas began work at Serepisos' property development company Century City in July 2010. The series returned in 2021, under the title The Apprentice Aotearoa.

100 Day Bach

100 Day Bach

100 Day Bach is a 2015 New Zealand home renovation reality TV show. The series follows New Zealand celebrity Interior designer and presenter Hamish Dodd as he works on building and designing a holiday home in 100 days with the help of his wife, at the time, his partner Anita Dodd.

100 Day Renovation

100 Day Renovation

100 Day Renovation is a 2019 New Zealand home renovation reality TV show broadcast on Prime Television. The series follows television couple Alex Breingan and Rachel Hart as they renovate their house in 100 days. The series is hosted by Hamish Dodd.

Source: "Hamish Dodd", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, February 1st), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamish_Dodd.

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