“Let me entertain you!” is Garth Saville’s motto.
The fab, fun (and a little naughty) Big Brother housemate is setting out to prove to Australia that you can still play hard at 50.
A director of a recruitment agency, Saville is drawing on his experience with reading people to get to know his new house family.
While he has a competitive strategy, according to Channel 7, he’s more likely to get socially excited than playing the game altogether.
At the age of 30, Saville came out and alongside his partner of seven years, Gavin, they became parents to a foster child later in life.
For the natural born leader, being a dad is his proudest achievement and is given him so much purpose.
Saville was certainly born a showman and loves attention and a good gossip — although admits that’s probably his downfall. His aim in the house is to gossip with the “right people so nobody thinks he’s a b-tch!”
Loud in personality and dress sense, the father-of-one isn’t afraid to share his opinion.
He is quick to think on his feet and is adaptable to any situation, however, if any of the housemates try to take over, can’t communicate or cannot take a joke then Saville will turn on his heels, the other way.
If he were to win Big Brother, Saville would buy an investment property.