16 Facts About Brian Belo


Brian Belo was born on 10 July 1987 and is an English television personality and writer.


Brian Belo rose to fame after winning the eighth series of reality series Big Brother.


Brian Belo was noted for his apparent ignorance with regard to William Shakespeare, claiming that he had never heard of the playwright.


Until 2018, Brian Belo was the youngest winner of the series.


Brian Belo then made a cameo appearance a 2007 episode of Hollyoaks; he expressed his enjoyment of the series whilst in Big Brother.


Brian Belo later became a regular on the ITV comedy show Harry Hill's TV Burp, where he gives his thoughts on the week's television.


Brian Belo returned to the Big Brother franchise when making a brief appearance in E4's Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack, in which Chris Moyles sent him into the house to surprise the housemates.


Brian Belo performed segments of Shakespeare's plays as part of Stratford-upon-Avon's Shakespeare Aloud initiative in March 2008 in order to bring the works to a wider audience.


In October 2008, Brian Belo appeared in TV horror series Dead Set, both as himself and as a zombie.


From June 2009 onwards, Brian Belo became a columnist for Heat Magazine's website, documenting the events of the tenth series of Big Brother and he featured regularly on Big Brother's Big Mouth.


In October 2010, Brian Belo appeared on Gayle Tuesday: The Comeback.


In 2011, Brian Belo appeared on Celebrity Coach Trip, alongside fellow Big Brother contestant, Spencer Smith, whom appeared in Series 3.


In June 2015, Brian Belo returned to Big Brother as part of a "Time Warp" twist.


Brian Belo was sent in with other former housemates; Big Brother 15 winner Helen Wood and Big Brother 7 finalist Nikki Grahame.


Brian Belo's stay in the House was surrounded in controversy, mainly due to the heated arguments between him and fellow guest, Wood.


Brian Belo voluntarily left on 23 June 2015 by climbing out of the House after an argument with Wood.