Where Big Brother 3 cast are now – from 'name change' after infamous escape to very 'normal' jobs and car crash tragedy | The Sun

BIG Brother has given us some absolutely iconic housemates over the years.

But series three gave us This Morning host Alison Hammond, as well as Kate Lawler, who won the £70,000 grand prize – and recently revealed the game-changing show was even wilder than Love Island. 

Jade Goody and Adele Roberts are also household names who first found fame in the 2002 series. 

But, with Big Brother having returned to our screens with 16 new faces, we reveal where the series three cast are now, with some doing very normal jobs.

Jade Goody

Jade was known for asking “am I minging” and her on-screen faux pas. 

But tragically seven years after finishing fourth, she passed away from cervical cancer aged just 27.



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Her son Bobby, 20, with Jeff Brazier, is currently starring in EastEnders as mischievous Freddie Slater, and is in this year's Strictly Come Dancing lineup, with Dianne Buswell.

Jade’s legacy lived on after her death, with doctors seeing a rise in women booking smear tests after her passing. 

Lee Davey

Beefcake Lee wasn’t in the house very long but found love with fellow contestant Sophie Pritchard.

The pair became the first contestants to wed and soon after had a baby together. 

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But 10 months later they split and have since gone their separate ways. 

Lee is now working as a freelance footie reporter while Sophie has been living life privately. 

Kate Lawler

Winner Kate had a romance with ski instructor Spencer Smith during the third series. 

She said they secretly romped under the covers but were never picked up on camera. 

She now works in radio but left her job this year to concentrate on being a mum.

She said: "I really tried to make it work while juggling lots of other projects and being a Mother, however right now, it’s no longer possible to continue the way I have been."

The 43-year-old welcomed baby Noa with hubby Martin Bojtos in 2021 by c-section. 

She has since spoken up about suffering with post-natal depression. 

Adele Roberts

After Big Brother, Adele started working in local radio and was such a success she ended up on BBC Radio One – only quitting last year. 

In 2019, Adele appeared in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here and was eliminated from the jungle first. 

She has documented her fight with bowel cancer and celebrated being cancer-free last year. 

Alison Hammond

She might have been the second to be evicted but she’s had one of the biggest careers of the lot. 

After the show Alison went on I’m A Celeb, Strictly and Celebrity MasterChef, and even landed a roving reporter gig on This Morning from 2003. 

She replaced Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford as regular Friday presenters on the show with Dermot O’Leary in 2020. 

Sandy Cummings

Personal shopper Sandy, from Fife, staged a daring escape on day 20 of series three. 

For reasons unknown he peed in the kitchen bin before scaling over the Big Brother wall to freedom. 

According to reports, Sandy changed his name after the show to go incognito.

Alex Sibley

The model charmed the nation by singing ‘That’s the Way (I like It) by KC and the Sunshine Band in front of the mirror. 

But two years after the show, 63-year-old butcher Kurt Lange was killed in an accident involving Alex’s BMW. 

He told The Sun in 2020: "If you Google me it will say I was involved in an accident where someone died.

"It wasn’t my fault though, but it’s stuck.

"All I did was go to pick up my friend from the airport, and the police completely destroyed my career."

The case was dropped in 2006 due to lack of evidence and Alex denies wrongdoing and says his career has taken a beating.

He has four kids now and works in affordable housing.  

Tim Culley

Tim the toff secretly died his ginger locks black in the house and was booed when he left. 

The business graduate grew up in Hong Kong so it’s no surprise he emigrated to South Africa and now lives in Cape Town. 

While working in e-commerce he also set up a doggy daycare called Dogtanian as a hobby, according to his Instagram. 

PJ Ellis

Law student PJ is remembered for his under the covers fumble with Jade Goody. 

He went on to become a solicitor but now runs a digital marketing company and a charity LoveBrum. 

PJ was given a Points of Light award from then-Prime Minister David Cameron. 

Jonny Regan

Geordie firefighter Jonny came in second after pal Kate and enjoyed a career in musical theatre. 

After touring with Boogie Nights, he even appeared as a British Gas Engineer in an advert. 

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Now he lives in Hartlepool with wife Joanne and runs a party photobooth rental company. 

He says he’s still friends with his Big Brother crew – especially Kate Lawler. 

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