Meet four of the male house guests for the new season of Big Brother--David, Andy, Judd and Jeremy...all in their 20's. In their bios, the each share their intended strategy and favorite previous house guests, plus all the other stats. Jeremy has never watched the show so he doesn't have any favorite players from the past. Wonder if that will help him or hurt him? Never know! Also updating each one with the video interviews with Jeff Schroeder.



Name: David Girton
Age: 25
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
Occupation: Lifeguard
Marital status: Single
Three adjectives that describe you: Goofy, sarcastic and competitive.
Favorite activities: Surfing and skating.
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the “Big Brother” house? Not going to the beach every day.  Surfing is pretty much my life – it just makes me happier, calms me down and helps me out when I’m having a bad day.
Strategy for winning “Big Brother”: Be myself and let my personality show, and hope that my good looks take me to the end.
Which past “Big Brother” cast member did you like most or least? I liked Jeff the most because he’s just a cool cat and got a great girl at the end, Jordan.  She is 10/10 on my list… quite the babe to say the least.  My least favorite is Erica – she is just annoying, always crying, too emotional for my taste and wears too much makeup.
What are you afraid of?  Spiders, roller coasters and crows.
What is the accomplishment you are most proud of? Doing the Lifeguard Academy.
Finish this sentence: My life’s motto is… To have fun!
What would you take into the house and why? Surfboard if there was a wave machine, skateboard if there was a ramp and a TV – I watch way too much of it, and I like to be entertained.
What would you do if “Big Brother” made you famous? Open up my own restaurant of some sort, or a surf shop.
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Name: Andy Herren
Age: 26
Hometown: Aurora, Ill.
Lives: Chicago, Ill.
Occupation: Professor
Marital status: Single
Three adjectives that describe you: Friendly, funny and red.
Favorite activities: Improv, eating candy, watching TV, running, laughing with friends, playing with puppies as they walk down the street, teaching, making lists, ranking things, teaching my family’s cockatiel to call my dad “gurl,” messing with people, eating ice cream too fast and being adorable.
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the “Big Brother” house? Not having any privacy.  I would be lying if I said I don’t find this intimidating.  Also, the prospect of slop is something I have regular nightmares about.  I just… can’t.
Strategy for winning “Big Brother”: I would start by playing a covertly aggressive game. I would lay low on the surface and be friendly to everyone (if this is possible) while secretly establishing a concrete alliance with people I have deemed the most trustworthy. I would scope out the house very quickly for these people, as I know you need to act soon to solidify trust and bonds. I’m quite good at reading people, so I would choose people I felt comfortable with, as well as people others would not expect me to align with. I also think my background in communications and improv would be great strengths. Through communication and public speaking, I know how to say what people want to hear and through improv I am able to lie without batting an eye. I’m a smiley, friendly person, so nobody will see it coming when I stab them in the back.
Which past “Big Brother” cast member did you like most or least? My two favorites of all time are Britney and Ragan from Season 12. I think I would have been BFFs with each of them and I think I would have given Ragan the kick in the pants he needed to go far in the game. I thought he played a good social game (as he seemed to be genuinely well-liked by everyone), but I thought he wasn’t aggressive enough. He never made the big moves that I know he is capable of. Britney was similar. I would have smacked some sense into her and gotten her away from Lane. Her Diary Room confessions were like windows to my soul. She always said what I was thinking. They both made it far, but with me in the house during their season I think one of them (or me) could have won.
What are you afraid of? I am slightly afraid of heights, but it is not crippling or anything.  I am terrified of bees, though.  And people who enjoy Tyler Perry movies.  
What is the accomplishment you are most proud of? There is a wall of graffiti on the first floor girls bathroom of the English Building at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign that is solely dedicated to me.  Quips include, “I AM IN LOVE WITH ANDY HERREN,” “Ha ha! I know that ginger bastard!” and “Andy Herren for President!”  Pretty incredible, right?
Finish this sentence: My life’s motto is… “From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere!”  “Dr. Seuss, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.”  
What would you take into the house and why? 1. My baby blanket.  I’ve had it my entire life and it would give me a sense of security and comfort while in the house. 2. A notepad and pen to take notes after competitions/while observing others in the house. Duh. 3. Skittles.  Just because, why not?  What am I supposed to do if there are no Skittles in the house?
What would you do if “Big Brother” made you famous?  If Big Brother made me famous, I would definitely embrace it, but to a certain extent.  I would love seeing people smile in my presence (and let’s be real – having the spotlight would feel nice), but I also love my life and my friends and family, and don’t want fame to come in the way of my already-established personal relationships.  Thus, I would be sad if horrible tabloid stories were written about me or my loved ones, but I understand that this comes with the territory.  Long story short, being famous would be totally cool, but as long as it is on my terms. Me me me.
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Name: Judd Daughtery
Age: 26
Hometown: Englewood, Tenn.
Lives: Etowah, Tenn.
Occupation: Property appraiser
Marital status: Single
Three adjectives that describe you: Funny, unreadable and unpredictable.
Favorite activities: I love to frog gig (frog hunting) in the summer.  I also love to camp, have bonfires, cookouts, go to the river, lake, etc.  I love anything outside when the weather is good.  Anything with friends and family is a blast.
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the “Big Brother” house? If there’s someone I can’t stand, I am used to just getting the hell away from them, so in the house it won’t be that easy. I will not only have to strategize a way to get them out of the game, I will also have to think if it’s a good time to get rid of them or if it would be better to keep them around and torture my sanity for a few more weeks just so it will help me more in the long run.
Strategy for winning “Big Brother”: My strategy is to play a complete social and strategic game, which I will be very good at. I would like to find an older loyal person to work with and also have a guy who is good at competitions that’s around my age I could relate to and that is loyal, and either a really hot girl or a smart person. Easier said than done.  I don’t think a set strategy would ever work going into the game. But these are key character types I am going to be scoping out in hopes of making alliance or two. I want to outplay Will and Dan’s games. Come on, it’s possible!
Which past “Big Brother” cast member did you like most or least? Dan from BB10, Russell from BB11 and Keesha from BB10 are three of my favorite players based on their gameplay and how their attitudes were in the house. I also like Jeff, Jordan, Danielle, Cassi, Dominic, Frank, Jojo, etc. (I’m a fan). I despised Ronnie from BB1, “Cowboy” from BB5 and also didn’t like Mike Boogie! Mike Boogie is my least-favorite player to ever play the game.
What are you afraid of? Heights and spiders!
What is the accomplishment you are most proud of? Overcoming and dealing with anxiety! I have had anxiety all of my life and never really realized it. When I was about 21, I had a panic attack.  I realized I had anxiety issues and though I did get some Xanax, I also had to coach myself and train my brain how to not get nervous, and it works! It took me a little bit but I have really learned how to stop it before it happens and just make myself chill. You would never understand what an accomplishment this was unless you have ever had anxiety.
Finish this sentence: My life’s motto is… Life’s a game, you should always be strategic and be ready for your next move.
What would you take into the house and why?  1. iPhone (would never happen) camera to take crazy pics with my new friends and pranks we pull. 2. Picture of family, 3. A ball – we could make up so many games with a ball. I’m not big on material things, I would be fine with just the basic BB necessities.
What would you do if “Big Brother” made you famous?  I would appreciate BB for doing that for me and I would try to enjoy my 15 minutes as long as I could.  If I made a lot of money, I would like to travel, donate to St. Jude’s, and maybe even go on a couple mission trips.

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Name: Jeremy McGuire
Age: 23
Hometown: Katy, Texas
Occupation: Boat shop associate
Marital status: Single
Three adjectives that describe you: Charismatic, spontaneous and fearless.
Favorite activities: Painting, skating, boating and any sports.
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the “Big Brother” house? Not being able to keep in close contact with my mom, since I always have – it would be difficult to just stop.
Strategy for winning “Big Brother”: Just to be versatile and always keep in mind that I’m there to win and not make friends.
Which past “Big Brother” cast member did you like most or least? I’ve never really watched the show…my mom loves it though.  She was the one who recommended that I sign up.
What are you afraid of? Poisonous animals.
What is the accomplishment you are most proud of? Buying and owning my own sail boat, by far.
Finish this sentence: My life’s motto is… Dream as if you live forever, live as if you die tomorrow.
What would you take into the house and why? Paint supplies, skateboard and a hacky sack.
What would you do if “Big Brother” made you famous? I’m not sure… I guess work hard to stay famous.



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