Biography of Josh Nash
Josh Nash is a houseguest on Big Brother Canada Season 10. He’s is a 28-year old Paediatric Resident from Vancouver, British Columbia.
In addition to winning the game, Josh Nash’s biggest hope for season 10 of “Big Brother Canada” is to connect with several of his fellow houseguests.
With 11 siblings, Josh knows a thing or two about sharing a house with many personalities. He will have no problem being a team player and creating strong alliances, until he needs to break off all ties and fly solo to the end.
Josh Nash – BBCAN Season 10 Houseguest Profile
|Full Name||Josh Nash|
|Hometown||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Zodiac||Sun Virgo, Moon Scorpio, Rising Libra|
|Relationship Status||In a relationship|
It doesn’t seem like Josh Nash has an active Instagram profile that is accessible to the public. Instead, he has a Twitter profile, @joshdesmondnash, which is set to private. Josh’s Twitter bio describes him as “Black and Indigenous Tahltan, pediatrics resident, and mediocre athlete.” A fun fact about Josh is that he has 11 siblings.
“I want to establish a strong alliance first thing in the house, ideally with someone who is older as they may be seen as less of a threat and not someone most people will initially think of aligning with. I want to start in a larger alliance until closer to jury, where I will then separate myself with big moves. I will keep a close alliance and be a competition beast but with enough charm to be less threatening.”
Why do you think you were selected to be on BBCAN10?
I think I represent many diverse groups in Canada that are traditionally underrepresented in media, and I’m in a profession not many people from my background are typically represented in. I also have a strong knowledge of the game after watching for many years.
What part of the Big Brother Canada experience do you think will be the hardest for you?
Not knowing who is telling the truth or who I can trust.
How do you want people to remember you as a player on BBCAN?
I want to be remembered as bold and daring – someone who is able to showcase strong social skills, but also a strong physical competitor. Most importantly, I want to be remembered as someone who wasn’t afraid to make really big moves and difficult decisions. I want other queer, black or Indigenous youth, or youth who grew up not having much, to be able to relate to my experience and see themselves in these positions and places as well.