Retrieved from Global TV Name: Jesse Larson Age: 24 Hometown: Saskatoon, SK Occupation: Sales Executive Relationship status: Single Describe yourself in three words:
Charismatic, confident, and sly. There are many sides to Big Brother. Let’s pretend you’re him! What kind of Big Brother would you be?
I think I’d be about the same level of evil/helpful as I can be with the houseguests. I think twists are great for viewers, the challenges are good, and the costumes can get ridiculous at times, so I would go with that. I would put them through the ringer a little bit. Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada?
Yes and no. I want to get into an alliance of a decent number – like five or six people – off the start, if possible. Following that, hopefully I could get a ‘ride or die’ somewhat soon and then play it out from there, just so I’m not picked off easily by another big alliance the first couple weeks in the house. What are you known for?
I am known for throwing parties and events in Saskatoon – we throw club shows and music festivals. It’s my on-the-side job for fun. I moved to Saskatoon for high school, and then once I was in university and there wasn’t much fun to be had, I wanted to make my own fun, and started there. What part of the Big Brother Canada experience do you think will be hardest for you?
Dealing with annoying people would be the hardest. People probably say staying away from home would be tough, but for me, the annoying people or big obnoxious egos running around the house is going to be very difficult. I’m going to try to manage myself. I generally get along with people but I’ll have to see. Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why?
I like a Bruno, someone who is openly strategic. I also like Kevin’s game play but it was a little too dull for me as a viewer. I like to see a little more, but understand you can’t make big moves every week and still make it until the end. What do people from Saskatoon have that gives them an edge to win Big Brother Canada?
They have that prairie attitude and confidence to get through tough situations. The weather makes people try a lot harder to survive since it’s so cold, so it would be the same going into the house.