Steve Jumalon was a 5th Placer finalist on Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up.
Steve, or most known by his nickname "Tibo", was an original resident of "House A". He was known for having a well built physique which became an advantage when it comes to house competitions. Because he was among the oldest in the house, he was seen as the most mature among the housemates, however, there were some housemates who saw him as bossy. He was close to his fellow House A residents, who had formed a great bond pre-merge. He was closest to fellow House A male housemates Jason Francisco, Paul Jake Castillo and Johan Santos who actually called themselves as the C4 Boys.
With the final five competing for the Big Jump Competition, Tibo and Melisa Cantiveros became the last two housemates standing in an endurance challenge. Eventually, Tibo gave way to Melisa winning a slot in the Big Four, which was later raised into "Big Five". Despite not winning the Big Jump, Tibo managed to reach the Big Night finale.
At the finale, Tibo gathered 7.69% of the total tally of votes, announcing him as the 5th Big Placer of the season.
|Steve Jumalon Biography|
With family stats at 5:4:1, Steve’s life story would definitely rival those teleserye tear-jerkers. He is one of five children, coming from four different fathers and sharing one mother. The death of one of his mom’s partners let them with enough finances to live comfortably and have a good education. However, she became involved with another man who brought trouble into their family. This pushed them into leaving their hometown and seeking refuge in urban Manila, in an attempt to restore order into their lives. This seems to have worked with Steve, as he now has his own family, happily married and proud father of three.
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Player History - Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up
|Week 1||Team A||Weekly Task 1||Win|
|Week 2||Team A||Weekly Task 2||Win|
|Week 3||Team A||Weekly Task 3||Win|
|Week 4||Team A||Weekly Task 4||Loss|
|Week 5||Team A||Weekly Task 5||Loss|
|Week 6||Team A||Weekly Task 6||Win|
|Week 7||Team A||Weekly Task 7||Loss|
|Week 8||Team A||Weekly Task 8||Win|
|Week 9||Team A||Weekly Task 9||Loss|
|Week 10||House United||Weekly Task 10||Loss|
|Week 11||House United||Weekly Task 11||Win|
|Week 12||House United||Weekly Task 12||Win|
|Week 13||House United||Weekly Task 13||Loss|
|Week 14||House United||Weekly Task 14||Win|
|Week 15||House United||Weekly Task 15||Loss|
|Week 16||House United||Weekly Task 16||Win|
Weekly Budget History
|Week 1||with Budget|
|Week 2||with Budget|
|Week 3||with Budget|
|Week 6||with Budget|
|Week 9||with Budget|
|Week 11||with Budget|
|Week 12||with Budget|
|Week 14||with Budget|
|Week 16||with Budget|
|Week 18||Big Jump||Loss|
Hand Grenade History
|Week 1-10||Twist Not Active|
|Week 15||Grenade Receiver|
|Week 17||HOH (Grenade User)|
|Week 18||Hand Grenade Phase Over|
- The title "5th Big Placer" was first used in Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up, therefore, he was the first 5th Placer Housemate to reach the Big Night and the first to have the said title in the history of Pinoy Big Brother.
|5th Big Placer|
| Succeeded by|
Teen Clash of 2010
|Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up Housemates|