Ragan Fox was a HouseGuest on Big Brother 12. He was also the second Saboteur of the season, receiving the most votes to be so from the public following the reintroduction of the twist to the later part of the game. He was remembered mostly for his heated arguments with Rachel Reilly. In Week 8, Ragan was evicted by a vote of 2–0, placing fifth and becoming the fifth member of the Jury.
Name: Ragan Fox Age: 34 Current Residence: West Hollywood, Calif. Occupation: College Professor Three adjectives that describe you: Funny, genuine, intelligent Favorite Activities: Writing and performing poetry. My podcast is my biggest hobby. The show features my comedic take on pop culture and politics. I discuss everything on it. What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: There is a lot of fighting and I tend to hold a grudge. Strategy for winning Big Brother: Don't rock the boat until I have to. Float until war is declared and the floaters align with strong players who are perceived to be bigger threats. Form a secret alliance about two weeks into the game. Don't win too many competitions but don't obviously throw them. What types of people would you NOT choose to live with you in the house: Homophobes, 18-23 year-olds (the ages of students I teach), ultra conservatives A recurring theme on Big Brother is "expect the unexpected." How would you handle "the unexpected:" I'd roll with the punches. Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most or least: Most: Janelle, because what you saw is what you got. Least: Boogie. White rappers are too much of a paradox for me. And Chima, she was a poor sport and bad game player. What are you afraid of: Heights, flying, homophobia What is the accomplishment you are most proud of: I've had 2 poetry collections published: Heterophobia and Exile in Gayville Finish this sentence: "My life's motto is:" The Golden Rule: Treat others how you want/expect to be treated. Is there anything else you want to tell the audience about yourself: I love to make people laugh. In my world, there's nothing a well-placed fart joke can't cure. Humor is how I roll with the punches.