Olawale Mohammed "Brian" Belo (born 10 July 1987 in Nigeria) is the winner of the eighth series of British reality television show Big Brother from Basildon, Essex. Brian thereby became the youngest winner of a regular Big Brother series to date, as well as the first black regular series winner and the first series winner who was not in the house from Day 1.
In 2008, she landed a brief uncredited role as Amelia, a prostitute in the horror film, The Wolfman.
Gerasimos Vallerios "Gerry" Stergiopoulos He has three degrees (BA, MSc, MPhil,) in History of Art, Classical Archaeology and History from Edinburgh University and is half-way through a Ph D on the influence Bronze Age Art had on Contemporary sculpture, to be submitted to the University of Athens.
She was removed from the house after she uttered the phrase: "are you pushing it out, you nigger? She was called to the diary room to discuss this with Big Brother during the early hours, and had to leave without any further contact with the other housemates.
Since her Big Brother stint, Parr has been landing small film roles and working in theatre based in the South West.
Charley was evicted on Day 59 with 85.6% of the public vote.
David Parnaby (born 15 April 1988) is a drama student from Bristol.
Chanelle was tested by Big Brother and had the highest IQ in the house, scoring 114.
On Day 61, Chanelle left, but re-entered the house after seeing a psychologist.
It was rumoured that she had been signed up by agent John Noel, who takes care of Big Brother's Davina Mc Call and Dermot O'Leary, and ex-housemate Jade Goody, causing some people to believe that this is why both Davina and Dermot are such big fans of hers.
This rumour was refuted in a statement by Big Brother, where a spokesman explained, "No housemate selects an agent until they have been evicted from the house...
On 21 July 2010 she gave birth to a son Blakely, whose father is Middlesbrough FC footballer Matthew Bates.