Big Brother 10 is one month away from premiering. For Big Brother fans, it’s going to be a long month. The summer television season, for some, is wholly defined by the Big Brother season. When nothing else strikes an interest, the three hours of Big Brother a week(not to mention the live feeds and the nightly After Dark) is enough to stave off TV boredom until the Fall season hits. The anticipation at this point is mighty high, as the cast list has yet to be revealed. It’s always a period of unbridled optimism, the constant hope that CBS casts the perfect mix of house guests. You want smart people, you want wild people you want confrontational people, you want good-looking people, you want respectable villains and likable underdogs. As we approach Big Brother 10, we’re going to jump into the way-back machine and take a look at some of our favorite past house guests and how they’re currently spending their time. Today, we’ll focus on alumni from Big Brother’s first three seasons.
Eddie McGee: The first ever winner of Big Brother, Eddie is continuing to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. He’s appeared on a variety of television series, including Mutant X, Guiding Light, and Law & Order. He recently appeared in a season 4 episode of Desperate Housewives, as a wheel-chair bound man who gets into an argument with Gabrielle.
Jamie Kern: The last female standing on Big Brother 1 has succeeded in everything she’s been involved in. She received MBA from Columbia Business School in 2004, and promptly began working as an on television news anchor. In 2006, she began work at Portland, Oregon’s KPTV network. She left KPTV earlier this year to start her own business.
Will Kirby: Dr. Will, perhaps the most infamous Big Brother player of all time, has continued his successful career as a Los Angeles cosmetic surgeon. He appeared with friend Mike Malin once again on Big Brother: All-Stars, and has recently been featured on E!’s Dr. 90210.
Mike Malin: Mike Boogie, as he is known, came back to and won Big Brother: All-Stars, but he’s been extremely successful in his own right. He co-owns the Dolce Group, which operates a number of restaurants around the country.
Jason Guy: A born-again Christian, Guy has been a public speaker, traveling around the country to give talks on abstinence and other Christian themes. In addition, Jason spent some time after Big Brother working as a casting director for shows such as The Biggest Loser and The Amazing Race. Currently, Guy is a co-anchor on Good Morning Richmond in Richmond, Virginia.
Lisa Donahue: Since her Big Brother victory in season 3, Donahue has continued to pursue a career in acting. She’s appeared on Dr. Vegas, Entourage and most recently in the short-lived FOX comedy Unhitched.
-Oscar Dahl, BuddyTV Senior Writer
Source: Wikipedia, IMDB
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