Big Brother Canada Now Casting

Big Brother Canada casting

Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Big Brother HG and you’re Canadian? Then today you’re in luck because the very first Big Brother Canada season has begun the casting process starting today! Here’s what you need to do to apply.

Just like the US version you’ll be able to attend open-call casting events and apply online. Robyn Kass, Big Brother’s casting director, has reminded applicants that you don’t need to apply via both methods, but you are welcome to do so if you wish. It will not double your chances, so pick one and focus your energy there.

A few quick rules: you only have to be 19 years old as of February 1, 2013, you must be Canadian or a permanent resident there, and you must be awesome. Okay, I made up that last one, but the other two are real and the third should be real.

Check out all the casting details including deadlines, requirements, and application links over at our new Big Brother Canada website. Enough readers requested we set something up for that so we have that ready and going now. You can also follow our BBCA Twitter account and join our Big Brother Canada Facebook page.

Best of luck to all the Canadian Big Brother applicants!



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      • @twitter-16328610:disqus : Who said anything like that? Kasey correctly pointed out that this non-US version of BB will be the first to follow the US styling of the game.
        The US is a foreign country to Canada, and vice versa, no matter how much border territory they share. That’s simply a word and its definition.Seems more like you’re the one coming off as stereotyping w/ that accusation.

    • So far it looks like we should be able to watch the live feeds, but I have not yet verified anything for the shows. I hope so for everything, but I imagine there’s still a lot of work for them to do before even the BBCA production can answer that.

  1. If I hear “eh” more than 50 times in the first three minutes, I will not watch for the rest of the season.

  2. Canadians are lucky.. Well 19 year old Canadians are lucky.. I got to wait until im 21 to apply. I wish BB US would lower the age requirements because lets face it the adults are getting dumber by the season lol

  3. If we share our season with the Canadians (ie they can watch it) we better be able to watch theirs too! Two seasons a year would be awesome!!!

  4. I hope this show does well, that way in 3 years I’ll be able to audition. If it tanks after 1 season that would just suck.

  5. ahhh…. i assuming they won’t allow me to have my baby in the house so this better do well so i can apply next year….. man wrong time to be preggers…. :( LOL!!!

    • Somehow, I believe that this will probably end up going the way of Wipeout Canada.

      Things produced by TV Tropolis in Canada rarely if ever hit more than 2 seasons.

  6. I’m an American…..but visiting Canada for the next several months, as i do frequently.   I think we share more than just borders.  We share love for our individual countries, our famlies and friends, as well as our love for BB .   Our similarities are many and our differences are few and most times subtle.  Canadians are the most openminded people i’ve ever met and i’m proud to know quite a few of them.   I can almost guarantee that Canadian BB will be just as exciting and interesting as its American counterpart.  

  7. Something to note, the grand prize for Big Brother Canada will be $100,000 CAD. Luckily, in Canada the winnings are tax free, so it isn’t too bad.

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