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Fans who watched the show all the way through will not be shocked to learn that he works in the construction business.
I did my first job I got it and literally almost was in tears.
I called my dad and said, ‘I feel like I’ve just been paroled.
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The pleasing was, once again, relaxed by Christian Hogan.