Zach Rance was a houseguest on Big Brother 16. He was a part of The Bomb Squad until Devin Shepherd put him on the block, leading Zach to blow up The Bomb Squad.
He was a member of The Detonators alliance that formed in the wake of The Bomb Squad, as well as Los Tres Amigos. He was successfully backdoored in Week 8 by a unanimous vote and placed 9th due to Nicole returning to the game. On finale night, Zach, along with Nicole and Donny, was revealed to be in the top three to win America’s Favorite Houseguest, but lost to the latter.
Zach became quite popular with fans for his zany behavior and seemingly romantic relationship with House Guest Frankie Grande. In week one, Zach began wearing a pink hat that was actually owned by Victoria Rafaeli. It soon became his trademark. When their friendship turned sour, Victoria took the hat while Zach was napping and cut it up. A self-described “con artist,” Zach recently earned his Economics Degree. His best friend is his 10 year-old brother and someday he wants to be a professional caddy.
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Jordann Baker: After studying Architecture at Tufts University, Jordann began her career as an aerialist in 2006 in NYC, where she later co-founded The Sky Box aerial theater at the House of Yes in Brooklyn.
Jordann is passionate about creating dynamic works and genre-bending shows, including SHAPESHIFTER, which she wrote, directed and produced in 2014 for its inaugural year.
She in inspired by dramatic architecture, powerful music, and giant trees, and feels most happy when she is thirty feet up in the air! When not training or teaching aerial classes, Jordann enjoys creating costumes and hosts aerial choreography retreats and produces other works with her company Banyan Aerial. THE SHAKERS: (Jodie Schell- vocals, Nick Woods- drums, John “Ro” Rogan- bass, Chris Lee- guitar) The Shakers saw their inception in 2009, and can be described as the missing link between soul and grit-rock – loud, unapologetic, and masters of the stage domain.
The band has opened for such acts as Everclear, Our Lady Peace, The Motels, and Semi Precious Weapons, while also headlining sold-out shows at seminal Los Angeles venues including The Roxy Theatre, The Troubadour, The Satellite, and The Viper Room.