Who is Sarah Steagall? 'Big Brother' housemate is a forensic scientist who likes cosplay
Her strategy for winning the game is to 'float' and make everyone aroundher feel at ease and convince them she's a non-threatening, loyal person
'Big Brother' Season 23 is intensifying already thanks to the interesting roster of housemates. Unlike last year, this time the contestants come from all walks of life, which makes it such an interesting mix. From phlebotomists to AI engineers and Safety Officers, the 'BB' house is teeming with professionals with interesting job descriptions. Another contestant with a unique job? Sarah Steagall. More about her in a bit.
Who is Sarah Steagall?
The "sweet, quirky, and self-driven" Steagall is a Forensic Scientist based out of Ft. Myers, Florida. She loves shopping, partying with friends, reading manga/ watching anime, sewing, and singing. Ahead of the Season 23 premiere, she revealed how due to a "severe speech impediment" she was unable to communicate clearly until she was seven years old.
"I have a crippling phobia of moths/butterflies. I despise them and would kill them off if I could, regardless of the effects on the ecosystem. I really like to cosplay, and because of that I’ve become quite the seamstress. I can also style wigs, make jewelry, and create prop armor/weapons," she added.
Her strategy for winning the game is to "float." "I plan to float! I want to make everyone around me feel at ease and convince them I’m a non-threatening, loyal person. Once they realize I’m only playing for myself, hopefully it’ll be too late to stop me."
Joining her on the journey to $500,000 grand prize are Alyssa Lopez, Azah Awasum, Brent Champagne, Derek Frazier, Britini D'Angelo, Christie Valdiserri, Derek Xiao, Brandon 'Frenchie' French, Christian Birkenberger, Hannah Chaddha, Kyland Young, Tiffany Mitchell, Travis Long, Whitney Williams, and Xavier Prather.
Catch all the new episodes of 'Big Brother' on CBS every Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8/7c. For more information, check your local listings. If you don't have access to cable, there are a handful of streaming services -- AT & TV TV, fubo TV, and Hulu -- that offer CBS as a part of their channel lineup. For those based out of the United States, using a VPN will help your case.