Describe yourself in three words:
Charismatic, strategic and fun
What have you been up to since being on your season of Big Brother Canada?
Life hasnít changed too much. I work and spend time with the kids. My son had a surgery on his feet a few months ago so Iíve been home with him. Thatís kept me pretty busy.
Is your strategy to win Big Brother Canada different going in for a second time?
I donít have a set strategy. I need to meet everybody, see what theyíre about, see the personalities, learn their strengths and weaknesses and use those against them. Itís a pretty basic strategy. Itís the same way I went in the first time.
If you could call one former houseguest from your season for advice, who would it be and why?
I would probably say Sarah Hanlon or Kevin Martin. I respect their games. Thereís a bunch though - Naeha, Zach, Godfrey, Bobby Ė you name it. Iíd call every one of them.
What element of Big Brother Canada did you not have a chance to try before, that youíd like to experience this time around?
Being part of the final two and bringing home the money. Thatís what Iím here for. Iím here to win.
What perk within the game means the most to you: a letter from home, a luxury party, a seasonís slop pass, or a vote from Canada?
You know thatís tricky. A letter from home is always good. It brings up the morale. Thatís huge. The slop pass would be amazing because you need strength for competitions. And a vote from Canada - in the end thatís what got me out last time. Iíll take every single one.
Which Big Brother Canada past competitor would you like to channel this season and why?
There are so many good players. The list goes on and on. Neda, Emmett, Sarah, Jillian, Kevin. There are so many. Iíd channel them all. Or maybe just channel myself Ė I could be in the mix there too.
If you could travel into the future or the past which would you choose and why?
Iíd like to see the past. Maybe Iíd go back to season 3 and change a few things.
What do people from Ottawa have that gives them an edge to win Big Brother Canada?
I love Ottawa, and think maybe it helps that it is multicultural place. Itís a great place to be from, thatís for sure.