Gouverneur, New York College Student on CBS’s Big Brother
A Gouverneur, New York college student will be spending his summer in the Big Brother house. 22 year-old Steve Moses was chosen to be on the CBS's summer reality show and will be among 14 houseguest vying for the grand prize.
Looks can be deceiving when it comes to Moses, who is a genius that taught a Cornell class when he was only 18. He doesn't drink. He doesn't smoke. But Moses says he's the life of any frat party. His plan to win this season is to play the young and innocent card and hope he can outsmart the entire house.
Moses' CBS bio reads:
"Often compared to Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory, Steve is a genius who learned early on how to kiss up to his high-school teachers and manipulate them into giving him top recommendations for Cornell, the Ivy League university where he ended up studying Mechanical Engineering. He may be a 22-year-old virgin who doesn't drink or smoke, but that doesn't stop Steve from being the wildest and loudest guy in his fraternity. At the age of 18, he taught a Cornell Engineering class and was only one year older than his students. This master of disguise and manipulation's strategy is to play the "childlike, less intelligent young virgin who sleeps with his teddy bear.”
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Big Brother premières on CBS Wednesday, June 24th at 8pm.
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