Oosterhouse’s professional life took off in fast-paced Los Angeles.
He moved west shortly after graduating from Central Michigan University, and it wasn’t long before his good looks and carpentry skills made him the wildly successful host of shows like Trading Spaces, Red Hot & Green, Million Dollar Rooms, Celebrity Motor Homes, Carter Can, and Rowhouse Showdown. But a piece of his heart stayed in Traverse City, with its rolling hills and down-to-earth vibe.
She has since appeared in numerous films, including Varsity Blues (1999), Road Trip (2000), Rat Race (2001), The Butterfly Effect (2004), Just Friends (2005), Mirrors (2008), and Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club (2014).
Smart has also guest-starred on television show Felicity (1999–2001) and starred on Smith (2006).
TMZ spoke with Alan Sussman -- a rep for the ad agency -- who tells us, "The lawsuit is erroneous ... Oosterhouse's talent."Fun Fact: Oosterhouse is married to Amy Smart ...Even after I left, I always found a way to go back.” In fact, about a decade ago, Oosterhouse bought and began renovating a home in the area, a romantic, waterfront Victorian on 13 acres. The dream of building and opening a Michigan winery was more recent.In his wife, Amy, he found possibly the only Hollywood actress who also had Traverse City roots: although an L. In part, says Oosterhouse, the idea grew out of his eternal restlessness and need to work.Smart began her career modeling in Italy and subsequently enrolled in acting school.Her first role in film was in director Martin Kunert's film Campfire Tales.