Where Big Brother 4's stars are now – as Jon Tickle and Cameron Stout's very normal jobs revealed | The Sun

BIG Brother 4 had been deemed by show bosses as a 'back to basics' series – but it wasn't a hit with viewers.

Producers brought back the chicken coop and vegetable patch from BB1 and made the house much more simplistic.

The kitchen was basic and the lounge was a third smaller than the one in the BB3 house.

But fans of the show branded it "boring". Here's where the BB4 housemates are now…

Cameron Stout – Winner

Scottish vicar Cameron Stout won over the nation during the summer of 2003.

He was the first Big Brother contestant to ever take part in an 'exchange' and flew to South Africa for a housemate swap, with a chap called Gus trading places with him for a few days.



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Cameron went on to win BB4 and later landed a string of jobs with the BBC, including as a radio presenter for BBC Radio Scotland.

He has also written columns for a list of Scottish newspapers and starred in several pantomimes.

Cameron is now a primary school teacher in Stromness, Orkney. 

Ray Shah – Second Place

Ray Shah found himself up against Cameron in the BB4 series final, finishing in second place.

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He then headed to Ireland where he launched a career as a broadcaster.

Ray presents on Dublin's Q102 radio station and hosted his own television show, On The Box, on Dublin's City Channel.

He now works as a DJ, has a Friday night show on RTE Pulse and owns his own fitness supplement and nutrition company.

Ray is a dad, too. He has a little girl called Riya with his long-term partner Dani Cullen.

Scott Turner – Finalist

Big Brother fans had hoped romance was sparking between Scott Turner and his housemate Nush Nowak during series 4.

But once leaving the house, he and Nush quashed any rumours of a relationship.

He told the Liverpool Echo: "When I left the house I was a bit shocked by the amount of attention from the press that Nush and I got.

"I did expect some attention, but I kissed the girl once, that's it!

"We have been nothing more than friends and despite what I read in the papers, we have never been engaged, have never lived together and are never going to be in panto together!"

Scott now works as a relationship manager for Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse theatres, having gone on to work in communications after his brush with fame.

Steph Coldicott – Finalist

Former WAG Steph Coldicott finished BB4 in fourth place.

She was going through a divorce with Grimsby Town and West Bromwich Albion midfielder Stacy Coldicott at the time.

Since her stint on the show, Steph has managed to disappear totally out of the spotlight.

Now going by her maiden name of 'Steph Smith', the former visual merchandiser is believed to work as a learning coordinator and youth council worker.

There is no trace of her on any social media platforms.

Annuszka ‘Nush’ Nowak

Yoga fanatic and vegetarian Nush Nowak had hoped to circus train the BB4 chickens, but failed.

She did, however, make it nearly all the way to the final.

After leaving the house, Nush was attacked by a mugger in London and ended up in hospital with two leg fractures.

Now a mum, Nush lives in a beautiful countryside cottage and even has her own Instagram account – called @DahliasOnMyDoorstep – to show off photos of the stunning flowers she grows.

She also runs pottery workshops in Oxford and works as a TV edit producer.

Lisa Jeynes

Lisa was a late entry to the fourth series of Big Brother.

The Welsh events manager arrived in the house on Day 37, claiming she was 'lost on the way to the pub'.

She later famously declared that she could "kill a man with these two fingers".

Lisa sadly fell victim to vicious trolls amid her newfound fame.

She was accused of being born a man and also found herself being named 'the most hated woman in Britain'.

Lisa was in Big Brother 4 for two weeks and later slammed the show for 'stitching her up'.

She told Wales Online: "I was put in to stir it up. They told me what to do, what to say, and that’s what I did and then they stitched me up."

Lisa went on to work in TV and modelling and now likes to share her conspiracy theorist views on X, formerly Twitter.

Herjender 'Gos' Gosal

The housemates were delighted when Gos walked through the door, as he was a trained chef.

After leaving the show, he landed a job as head chef at a London health club, before becoming executive chef at Oxford Greyhound Stadium.

Gos now juggles cooking with radio work, sharing glimpses of both careers on Instagram.

Along with whipping up mouth-watering steak sandwiches, he is also the weekend breakfast show host on Westside Radio 89.6fm.

Tania do Nascimento

Self-confessed drama queen Tania do Nascimento entered the house with an impressive claim to fame – she once enjoyed a fling with Peter Andre.

Tania had also dated footballer Youssef Sofian and they briefly rekindled their romance after she left the house.

In 2005, Tania became a mum to a little boy and continued with her modelling career, while also working as a host on Playboy TV.

She is now a full-time mum living in London.

 Jon Tickle

Brainbox Jon Tickle impressed – and bored – viewers and his fellow housemates with his scientific knowledge during BB4.

After leaving the house, Jon dabbled with a career in television presenting.

He co-hosted several episodes of Brainiac for Sky One and appeared on Vorderman's Big Brain Game.

Jon describes himself on Twitter as 'Feminist and Information Architect'.

He is also patron of SATRO, which aims to inspire and help school age children learn new skills – including those in science and technology.

Federico Martone

Scots-born waiter Federico Martone made a name for himself almost immediately after entering the BB4 house.

The contestants were tasked with keeping a static pedalo constantly pedalled for several days, but he let things slip after jumping out during his go to grab some chewing gum.

He went on to botch another task, seeing their weekly shopping budget plummet, and didn't win viewers over with his comments about women, either.

These days, Federico has a daughter and appears to hint at his Big Brother stint in his Instagram biog. It states: "Orwellian pawn figure in a former life".

He opened Gaia gallery in Glasgow before turning it into a vintage clothing store called Ruby Tuesday’s.

Joanne ‘Sissy’ Rooney

Liverpudlian Joanne Rooney went by the name of 'Sissy' in Big Brother 4 – and she still uses that name today.

She lasted four weeks in the show, before being evicted.

Sissy went on to work in fashion design after her Big Brother stint before founding Street Style Surgery LTD.

Having been excluded from school before gaining any qualifications herself, Street Style Surgery LTD offers a range of inspirational workshops for young people – including workshops in fashion, DJ'ing and even beatboxing.

Sissy states on her LinkedIn profile: "The aim is to encourage young people to shout about their skills and to be the best version of themselves, which is why we also deliver emotional and wellbeing workshops too."

Justine Sellman 

Justine Sellman lasted just 15 days in the Big Brother house.

Following her brief spell in the limelight, Justine went on to enjoy a fling with Big Brother 1's 'Nasty' Nick Bateman.

She has since dabbled in a range of careers, working as an IT consultant and then as a UK sales manager for an Italian bridal gown company.

Justine now runs her own recruitment company specialising in digital careers.

Anouska Golebiewski

Uni student Anouska Golebiewski was the first housemate to be evicted from BB4.

She was up against Federico, Scott and Jon but received 46 per cent of the votes to leave.

Following Big Brother, Anouska jetted straight to Australia and entered their 2003 series of BB.

Within 48 hours of arriving, she had jumped in the hot tub and enjoyed a steamy romp with two male housemates.

Anouska later took part in Big Brother Panto before bowing out of the limelight and returning to university.

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