BIOGRAPHY, WIKIPEDIA, AGE AND NET WORTH OF BB25 Houseguest, Matt Klotz.
Matt Klotz, is currently one of the Houseguests of Big Brother season 25.
Hometown: Cameron Park, CA
Current City: Baton Rouge, LA
Occupation: Deaflympics gold medalist
By the mere fact that these people are competing on a reality TV show, we can naturally assume none of them are here to make friends, but what else do they have to say about their upcoming imprisonment stay in the BB house?
Take a gander at the video above to get your first look at the Big Brother 25 cast in action, and be prepared to make wildly speculative first impressions that are sure to be super off-base once the season actually begins and they get to move into the house. Who is your early pick to win the game? Who is going to crash and burn and be the first one evicted? Place your bets now, and then prepare to expect the unexpected.
There are just a couple of days to go until Big Brother returns for Season 25. As such, it’s time to meet the latest bunch of Houseguests. They’ve introduced themselves in an incredibly over-the-top video on social media, and there are certainly some standouts. Whether you’ll be rooting for the “strategic girl that works in politics,” “the world’s favorite chill billy,” or someone else entirely, there’s somebody for everybody to get behind. Let’s meet the Big Brother 25 Houseguests…
Felicia Cannon is one of the show’s oldest contestants, at 63. She’s a real estate agent, and will be living with geriatric physician, 45-year-old Hisam Goueli. Professional flutist Izzy Gleicher, 32, has also been cast, as well as 25-year-old truck company owner Jag Bains, and 25-year-old exterminator, Jared Fields.
Molecular biologist Kirsten Elwin is 25-years-old, and illustrator Luke Valentine is 30. Deaflympics gold medalist Matt Klotz, 27, is also among the castmates, with 30-year-old political consultant Mecole Hayes, 37-year-old Red Utley, who works in sales, and 24-year-old bartender Reilly Smedley rounding out the cast.
As always, Big Brother will follow a group of people living together in a house with countless cameras and microphones, recording their every move. Each week, one (or more) Houseguests will be evicted from the house, with the final player standing winning $750,000.
Exactly who will follow in the footsteps of Taylor Hale remains to be seen. One thing’s for sure: there will be plenty of twists along the way to keep the Houseguests on their toes.