Chris R Wright
Actor, illustrator and Big Brother 2014 finalist
Chris is an actor and illustrator based in Hampshire. He is a graduate of Americaâs oldest school of improvisation (whose alumni includes Bill Murray and Harold Ramis) and is noted for playing off-beat characters alongside a growing list of respected British actors, such as Eddie Marsan, Warwick Davis, Kevin Eldon and Jessica Hynes. Chris has performed stand-up comedy, as well as putting his hand to writing, directing and producing. In 2014 he emerged as a finalist on Channel Five's Big Brother after a full 72 days in the most infamous house in Britain.
Now Georgina has been given the heave-ho, I expect Jackson to snap out of it fairly soon. I wouldn't even be surprised if that tattoo slowly begins to resemble Evelyn and the movie gets re-cast...
04/07/2016 17:08 BST
You are not wrong for holding a legitimately cultivated opinion, and you are not bad for saying so, or changing your mind. But together we must stop allowing a fear of offense to legitimise folly. As long as ignorance is bliss, the opposite is also true.
27/06/2016 16:18 BST
With Marco gone, and his holiday fling with Laura over, she wasted no time in distancing herself from him, stating the house felt better in his absence. She knows she needs to undo the damage of her miscalculated romp with the dirty mop, and she seems to be taking the born again approach.
20/06/2016 17:21 BST
Reporter and real earthling, Andy West took to the diary room at the weekend feeling defeated at the realisation that he is emotionally on his own in there. I hope he finds some meaningful friendship soon, because seeing him diminished by a wall of vapidity is not something I'll take any pleasure in viewing.
15/06/2016 08:26 BST
Off the top of my head, there is a weird man-mannequin by the name of Chelsea, who appears to have washed ashore during an oil slick, a celebrity offspring, a posh-but-not-posh country girl, a tough guy, and of course the token twins.
10/06/2016 16:17 BST
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