- Full Name Sabrina McGillivray
- Occupation Teacher
- Nationality Canadian
- Birthplace Ontario, Canada
- Birth Date Apr 07, 1978
- Age 45 Years, 7 Months
Sabrina McGillivray | BiographySabrina and Scott's first dance as husband and wife went viral on YouTuber earning hundreds and thousands of views
Scott and Sabrina met while they were on vacation when Scott invited her to play volleyball with him during their first meet. But, Sabrina outrightly declined it. They happened to cross paths later that night, following which they had a few drinks together and eventually paced their relationship and got married. They exchanged vows in 2009.
Sabrina McGillivray is a teacher and is mostly recognized as the wife of the Canadian real estate investor Scott McGillivray.
Who is Sabrina McGillivray?
Sabrina McGillivray is the wife of a Canadian handyman-turned-real estate investor-turned TV personality, Scott McGillivray. She works as a full-time teacher at York Catholic District School Board. She also teaches dance and is a shopaholic.
McGillivray was born on 7 April 1978 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is a teacher by profession. According to her Twitter handle, she teaches at the York Catholic District School Board. The school educates 53,000 students in 101 schools in the York region. Additionally, she is fond of dancing, and her Instagram bio reveals that she also teaches dance.
Furthermore, McGillivray was a part of a reality TV series, Moving the McGillivrays (2016), in which she starred alongside her husband Scott and two daughters. The show was about the building and renovation works of their permanent house. Initially, she was hesitant about joining her husband on-screen as she didn't wish to have outsiders at her home. However, Scott persuaded her that her contribution would be critical to the series' success, after which she agreed to be in it.
Husband Scott McGillivray
Scott McGillivray is a notable figure in real estate, reality television, and other entrepreneurial ventures, including real estate literacy and TV production.
He is the CEO of McGillivray Group, a group of companies that work on the niche of brand management, product and service collaborations, property development, and linear and digital television and film production through its sister company McGillivray Entertainment. Scott also serves as the CEO of McGillivray Entertainment.
Furthermore, he is the co-founder of Keyspire, a real estate literacy organization, and is a seasoned investor with hundreds of properties across North America. Moreover, he has outstretched his real estate ventures to specialize in multi-use and multi-residential development initiatives. He is also a proud advocate for Habitat for Humanity Canada.
He worked as a handyman before his on-screen appearances and big-time real estate investment. He was so enthusiastic about the real estate business that he had already transformed the concept of owning income properties into a viable business model as part of his college research assignment before he was 23.
One of his household works includes hosting and executive producing HGTV TV channel's award-grabbing reality TV series Income Property (2008-2016). Through the series, he showed the scope of estate investment to many individuals across North America. He assisted debtors in finding new homes to buy, refurbish, and rent out to others to generate revenue on their property on Income Property.
He starred, and executive produced a few other reality TV series including, Moving the McGillivrays (2016), Buyers Bootcamp with Scott McGillivray (2018), and Scott's Vacation House Rules (2020). All of these shows revolved around renovating and flipping properties.
Scott and Sabrina met while they were on vacation when Scott invited her to play volleyball with him during their first meet. But, Sabrina outrightly declined it. They happened to cross paths later that night, following which they had a few drinks together and eventually paced their relationship and got married. They exchanged vows in 2009, and their first dance as husband and wife went viral.
"When we got married I knew the first dance would be a big thing, so a few months before the big day, right around Valentine's Day, I surprised her with some dance lessons," Scott conveyed in an HGTV profile.
"She didn't need them but I did, and she appreciated how hard I worked to try and master the dance," he said and added, "Little did we know at the time that the video of our wedding dance would end up on YouTube and get hundreds of thousands of views!"
Scott and Sabrina have two daughters. Sabrina gave birth to their eldest daughter, Myah, shortly after exchanging vows. Then, two years after her first parity, she gave birth to their second daughter, Layla.