Flip This House focuses on Real Estate investors who take the most rundown houses and over the course of a few weeks transforms them into gorgeous profitable properties.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Flip This House - Than Merrill - Netflix
Nathaniel “Than” Merrill (born December 12, 1977) is an American businessman, television personality, and former professional football player. He is the co-owner of the real estate company CT Homes and the real estate investing educational company FortuneBuilders Inc. He was featured in the A&E's Flip This House in seasons 3 and 4 as part airing in 2007 to 2009, of the “New Haven” team.
Flip This House - Football career - Netflix
In high school Merrill was selected as an All-Far West Quarterback. In college, he started as a strong safety at Yale University, where he was named to Yale’s First-Team All-Ivy Selections from 1999-2001. After graduating from Yale he was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 7th round of the 2001 NFL Draft, but ultimately signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bears for the 2001 season. He spent one season with the Bears, and registered 7 tackles. He was later allocated by the Bears to the Barcelona Dragons of NFL Europe. In 2003, Merrill was signed by the Buccaneers and was allocated again to NFLE, this time to the Amsterdam Admirals. In 2003, Merrill suffered a career-ending knee injury.
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