Callum is a housemate on Big Brother 2013: Secret & Lies
Age 28; Star Sign Scorpio; Home Town Maidstone
An engaging and confident ladies’ man, Callum claims that others in the House would get annoyed by his “very good looks” as all the attention will be on him. He likes an argument, but doesn’t like very religious or overly camp people. He’s cheeky and admits to never saying sorry as he never regrets anything – and calls himself “the full package”.
Callum currently works as a children’s football coach. He really enjoys it because of all the attention and praise he receives from the parents. Callum started his professional life as a lifeguard and did the job for four years while at school and university. During this job, he claims to have saved nineteen people’s lives. But that’s not it: Callum has saved other people’s lives outside of the job – making it a total of 28 lives saved. He admits that part of the reason he does it is for the praise and attention. He likes to be a hero.
He is very opinionated and says there is nothing better than having a good argument. He believes that his ‘trump card’ is his intelligence and says he can often belittle people with his words.
Callum isn’t looking for love in the House, but says he is definitely looking to ‘crack on’ with someone.
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