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Ramos works as a designer and planner on ABC's reality TV show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition", where the dreams of despaired families with meager homes come true. Ramos is a designer with over 15 years' experience. The scope of her work includes commercial, retail and residential projects in 12 states, as well as Venezuela. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University. Through her company, Constance Ramos Design, she has worked for a variety of corporations, including Walt Disney Imagineering, Mattel, Inc., Sony Corporation of America, I.M. Pei & Partners and her family's firm, Ramos Design Corporation. Her projects consist of the design of commercial structures, multi-family complexes, regional shopping centers, cinemas, themed retail centers, hotels, resorts and educational institutions. Her work also includes designs for interiors and graphics, and she has lent her entertainment production design talents to recording artists Todd Rundgren and Erykah Badu, as well as to television commercials for Wal-Mart, Hallmark Cards, Inc., Kodak and H & R Block. Ramos has appeared on HGTV's Designers' Challenge as the winning Designer, and will be featured in a book of the show, available in 2004, by Better Homes and Gardens' Meredith Publications. Many regional theatres rely on her effective and memorable designs to enhance the story, as she has worked as a production designer, technical director, master of properties, wardrobe designer, set carpenter and set painter. In addition to her design talents, Ramos appeared as Rose Medema in the television movie Gone in the Night, with Shannon Doherty, and actively pursues roles in theatrical productions.
Constance Ramos was born on February 25 in Kansas City, MO.
Constance Ramos co-star in the the ''Extreme Makeover: The Home Edition''
Why does this show work so well? Isn’t it just another reality show? Isn’t it just a big Sears commercial in disguise? Maybe. Or could it be that it works so well because it reinforces a whole bunch of popular and deeply held beliefs, without our necessarily knowing it? Popular and deeply held beliefs? What beliefs?
In a race against time on a project that would ordinarily take four months to achieve, a team of designers, 100 workmen and even the neighbors, have just seven days to completely renovate an entire house — every single room, plus the exterior and landscaping.
Along with Ty Pennington, the other members of the design team that work their creative magic on the homes are Constance Ramos, Preston Sharp, Michael Moloney, Paul Dimeo, Tracy Hutson, Dawson Connor, Alle Ghadban, and Paige Hemmis To get the job done, they're going to have to cooperate with each other — a hard thing to do when they don't always even like each other. Tensions flare as tastes are disputed and the deadline approaches … can they get the job done?
Winner of the 2004 Family Television Award for Best Reality show, the show has been nominated for multiple other awards, including an 2004 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Reality Program.