|Occupation:||Fast Food Restaurant Manager|
|Big Brother 16|
Jack McDermott is a housemate from Big Brother 16. He entered the house on Day 1 and finished in Fourth Place on Day 66.
Which former Big Brother housemate would you say you were most like and why?
I liked Chris from the last series. It is all about being yourself in there, there's no point in being fake or anything you're not.
What has been your greatest achievement?
Working at the Olympic Games is one of the greatest things I've done in my life. I've also been on Deal or No Deal and won £7000 which wasn't too bad!
What story from your past will you use to break the ice?
When I did the hurdles in secondary school. I did the first two then hit the last four. Pie Face Hurdles it's called. It's on YouTube!
Big Brother could make you famous. Would you like that attention and what has been your closest celebrity encounter to date?
I met a few athletes when I worked at a fast food outlet at the Olympics. I met Sir Chris Hoy and had a few photos with him.
Why do you want to enter the Big Brother House?
It's entertainment isn't it? Just one of those things in your life so you can say that you've done it.
What do you bring to the House?
Housemates may find me annoying because I can talk a lot, but some housemates may like that because I can keep them entertained. I can cook!
Which traits do you find most annoying in a housemate?
People who are stuck up annoy me. People who won't listen to reason!
What do you love most in the world and what will you miss in the House?
Family. Plymouth Argyle, massively. We might be going to Wembley in the playoffs. I have waited years to go to Wembley and the year that we could do it I might not be able to go!
Are you looking for love in the Big Brother House?
Yes, but I don't bother with that. I haven't got time. My love is football, Plymouth Argyle!
What will you do to win?
I am pretty competitive. There is no point entering the House if you don't want to win the competition. There is no point playing to not win.
What will you do with the money if you win?
Pay off my parents' mortgage, go on holiday. Then I'd treat my friends. I go on a minibus every week called the Banana bus to watch my team, Plymouth Argyle, play football, and I said that if I win I'll take the bus to France to watch England play next year in the Euros.
Where do you see yourself in five years' time?
I'd love to do something within entertainment. I could do something within the media and football perhaps.