10 Things You Didn’t Know about Brandon French

Big Brother has kept audiences captivated for more than 20 years, and now viewers are excited to tune into yet another season of the legendary show. Season 23 is already off to an intense start, and all of the house guests are ready to do what needs to be done to get them close to winning $500,000. Tennesee native, Brandon French, has gotten off to a strong start and he’s ready to show the other house guests exactly why they need to watch out for him. Not only is just being on the show a life-changing experience but if he makes it all the way to the end, his bank account will be changed, too. Brandon’s life will Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Brandon French.

1. He’s A Farmer

Brandon was born and raised in Tennessee and he’s a country boy through and through. He works as a farmer and he takes a lot of pride in what he does. On top of his regular farming duties, he has a two-time grand champion show bull at his farm and a devil rooster that he is very afraid of.

2. He’s A Military Vet

For the most part, Brandon is a relatively private person so we don’t have a ton of information about his life prior to being cast for Big Brother. One thing we do know, however, is that Brandon served in the military although he hasn’t been specific about which branch or how long.

3. He Is A Family Man

Brandon’s is family is one of his biggest priorities and he loves spending time with his loved ones. He is happy married and a very proud father. Sadly, though, Brandon’s young son passed away a few years ago. According to a tweet, “Frenchie’s son passed away due to medical reasons on April 12, 2016. He only got to hold him for a short while before he took his last breath in his arms. This impacted their family deeply & what motivates him to be the best version of himself everyday.”

4. He’s A Broncos Fan

Even though Brandon has lived in Tenessee his whole life, he has managed to become a fan of the Denver Broncos. He has lots of team memorabilia in his home and he loves watching them play whenever he gets the chance. It would be interesting to know why he chose to rep this particular team.

5. He’s A Member Of The NAACP

Brandon probably isn’t the kind of person who comes to mind when most people think of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), but that’s exactly why you should stereotype people. In his official bio on the CBS website, Brandon shared that he is a proud member of the NAACP.

6. He Loves Fishing

Brandon’s day-to-day is filled with lots of hard work. Although he really loves what he does, he also appreciates the chance to enjoy his free time. When Brandon gets the chance to take a break from the farm, he loves doing things like hunting and fishing. Occasionally, he shares his catches on Instagram.

7. He’s Always Dreamed Of Being On Big Brother

Like millions of other Americans, Brandon has always been a huge fan of Big Brother. He has always hoped he would get the chance to actually be on the show and now he can say that he’s gotten the chance to live that dream. The icing on the cake will be if he goes home the winner.

8. He’s All About Living Life To The Fullest

After losing his son, everyone would’ve understood if Brandon decided to curl up and give up on life. Surprisingly, however, he has done the exact opposite. Going through such a tragic loss has taught him the importance of enjoying every moment life has to offer and that’s exactly what he plans to do.

9. He Doesn’t Have A Set Strategy

When most people enter the Big Brother house, they have a good idea of how they want to play the game. Brandon, however, is going to be winging it. In his bio he said, “I always have to evolve and change gameplans on a daily basis and I have got really good at it. Set strategies are overrated and crumble, so my lifestyle fits perfect with the Big Brother house.”

10. He’s A Punt, Pass, And Kick Winner

When Brandon was 13, he became a national NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Winner. According to the competition’s website, “The Punt, Pass & Kick USA, Inc. (PP&K) program creates a lively and engaging forum for boys and girls to compete individually against their peers in football skills.”

Add Comment

American Horror Story BMF Cobra Kai Dexter Hawkeye Heels Money Heist Ozark Shark Tank Squid Game Stranger Things Succession Ted Lasso The Mandalorian
RHOBH Recap: Kyle Richards Responds to Her Sister’s Threats to Ruin Her Life
House of the Dragon: Episode 6-Recap
Ranking the 10 Best Characters in The Sopranos
Action Adventure Comedy Documentary Drama Fantasy Horror Movie Lists Mystery Romance Sci-Fi Thriller
Movie Review: Outside the Wire
Movie Review: The Shack
Movie Review: Seized
Comics Lists News Things You Didn't Know Whatever Happened To
A Super Beatdown: Superman vs. Homelander vs. Brightburn vs. Sentry
10 Best Ways to Say ‘Cheers’
Cardi B Shares Advice She’s Learned from her Own Mistakes
Ranking the Top 10 Jujutsu Kaisen Characters
Ranking the Top 10 Demon Slayer Characters
Revisiting Netflix’s Devilman Crybaby
Is It Time To Put An End To The Pokemon Anime?
Duke Nukem Is Finally Getting The Movie Treatment
Guy Uses Colonist IO to Propose to Girlfriend
Hogwarts Legacy Takes Us Right Into The Wizarding World
Fortnite turned Jokes into content
How Fortnite Turned Jokes Into Content