She is an alumna of the University of California at Santa Cruz and hopes to become a high school English teacher. She claims to have a spontaneous, wild streak, loves to dance and party, is close to her family, and claims to be passionate about music, art, and politics. graduated from Vanderbilt University, where he majored in Human and Organizational Development, and was a football player.
She is an avid fan of David Bowie and the band Modest Mouse. He had dreams of playing professional football, but he was turned down by the NFL. began a two-month relationship before moving to Philadelphia, and he struggles to maintain it long-distance.
The Real World: Philadelphia is the fifteenth season of MTV's reality television series The Real World, which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships.
It is the third season of The Real World to be filmed in the Mid-Atlantic States region of the United States, specifically in Pennsylvania.
He is very close to his mother and three older sisters.
His upbringing included strong anti-white prejudices and has related feelings about interracial dating, but according to mtv.com, he struggles to keep an open mind and overcome these feelings, and in an interview, he stated he auditioned to grow as a person.
She has overcome an eating disorder, which began when her mother was diagnosed with cancer.
The interior was designed by Norm Dodge of Norm Dodge & Associates.
In March 2004, producers ceased construction after completing two thirds of the project, and announced they were leaving Philadelphia because of disputes with Philadelphia trade unions.
(The first season to have two gay cast members, regardless of sex, was the 2002 Chicago season, although the 1999 Hawaii season featured a bisexual woman and a gay man.) This was the first season to feature an openly gay black male.
Beginning with the show's fifth season, almost every season of The Real World has included the assignment of a season-long group job or task to the housemates, continued participation in which has been mandatory to remain part of the cast since the Back to New York season.