Remember Alex From Big Brother 3? Here Is What He Is Up To Nowadays

Big Brother 2002, also known as Big Brother 3, was the third series of the British reality television series Big Brother. It is based upon the Netherlands series of the same name, which gained notoriety in 1999 and 2000. The series premiered on Channel 4 on 24 May 2002 and lasted nine weeks (64 days) until the live finale on 26 July 2002. The third edition saw a ratings increase for the series. The finale had a total of 10 million viewers which is not only the most watched episode of Big Brother to date but, based on Live +7 data supplied by BARB, is Channel 4’s most watched broadcast since the channel’s inception in 1982. In total, over 8.6 million votes were cast to determine the winner of the series. In terms of average viewers, Big Brother 3 is the highest rated series of the show to date, averaging 5.9 million viewers throughout the whole season. It is one of only two seasons of the main series to have over five million average viewers. More than 150,000 viewers applied to be on this season, more than double the number of applicants from the previous edition. Davina McCall returned as host.


So where are the contestants now? Check them out:

Spencer Smith

Since the show, he has appeared on Celebrity 5 Go Dating and Celebrity Fear Factor as well as Celebrity Four Weddings, where four weddings are judged.

Tim Culley

He went back to his previous career after the show and hasn’t shown up much in the media. That was until he wrote a moving article on former housemate Jade Goody.

Alison Hammond

Since leaving the show she became a regular presenter on This Morning.

Jade Goody

After the show, she started a relationship with Jeff Brazier and had two sons Bobby and Freddie. Unfortunately, she passed away in March of 2009.

Jonny Regan

After the show he went on to present on  TFM radio and appeared as a genie in pantomime Aladdin and as Starkey in Peter Pan.

Kate Lawler

After winning the show she was on radio DJ on Capital FM, Kerrang Radio, Virgin Radio and also a nightclub DJ.

Lee Davey

Since the show, he kept to himself. He married former housemateSophie Pritchard. They had a son named Max in 2005 and then divorced in 2006.


Lynn Moncrieff

After the show, she moved to London and stayed out of the limelight.

Peter James (aka PJ Ellis)

After the show, he got married in 2010 to Kelly. He works as a Lawyer in Birmingham now.

Sandy Cummings

After leaving the show he stayed out of the spotlight. He has changed his surname to not be recognized from the show and works as a community police officer.

Sophie Pritchard

After the show, her and Lee got together. He proposed to her on the show RI:SE and they got married in 2003.

Sunita Sharma

Since the show, she strayed away from the spotlight and is believed to be working as a barrister.

Adele Roberts

After the show, she did DJ work by working as a DJ for Rock FM, Hits FM, Galaxy Radio, Capitol FM and now with her weekly slot on Radio 1 Xtra.

Alex Sibley

Since he left the house he was in an advert for Domestos and modelled at London Fashion Week.