Retrieved from Global TV Name: Andrew Miller Age: 36 Hometown: Toronto, ON Occupation: Small Business Owner Relationship status: Married Describe yourself in three words:
Charming, charismatic, and witty. There are many sides to Big Brother. Let’s pretend you’re him! What kind of Big Brother would you be?
I would be pretty messed up, but it would be fun. I would challenge people and see what they are made of and make it interesting TV. I would throw some twists and set up people for cool game plays as well. Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
My strategy for the game, just like in life, is to be myself. I’m trying to align with people who are interesting, witty, and weird just like myself. I hope we can have a nice little alliance, but I am confident enough in my own game play, my athletic ability, and my social game, which I think is my strongest point, so I think I will be all right. What are you known for?
I’m known for talking trash. My buddies will tell you that I’m very competitive and the energy and trash talk keeps me going, it burns my own fire. I think some people will definitely enjoy it, but I think everything within reason. I don’t want to push too many buttons too soon. It’s all fun and games though. I think keep it light and fluffy. What part of the Big Brother Canada experience do you think will be hardest for you?
Just being away from my wife, and being away from good Jamaican oxtail, rice, and peas! Other than that, I’m pretty adaptable. Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
Sarah Hanlon, she’s pretty cool. She has a good social game, adaptable; she’s got jokes too – she can put a good roast together. What do people from Toronto have that gives them an edge to win Big Brother Canada?
Toronto people are cynical. We don’t believe much, so we aren’t really naïve. Everything that people tell us we take with a grain of salt. So I think my third eye will be watching and I’ll be ready to dissect people’s strategy and game plan.