Big Brother Jake

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Big Brother Jake
Genre Sitcom
Directed by Gary Shimokawa
Starring Jake Steinfeld
Barbara Meek
Ben Siegler
Josiah Trager
Gabrielle Carmouche
Jeremy Weiand
Daniel Hifler
Elizabeth Narvaez
Melody Combs
Rachelle Cuzy
Denise Devin
Jane Connell
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 100
Production
Executive producer(s) Chris Auer
Producer(s) Christopher Frederick
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel The Family Channel
Original run September 2, 1990 – February 13, 1994

Big Brother Jake is an American situation comedy that aired from September 2, 1990 to September 1, 1994 on The Family Channel. The series stars Jake Steinfeld.

Synopsis[edit]

The show follows the life of Jake Rozzner (Steinfeld), a former Hollywood stuntman who returned to his home where he was raised to help out his foster mother, Connie "Ma" Duncan with her foster kids after her husband died. The kids were Lou, Kateri, Jill, Andy, and Dave. Jill left the show after two seasons and a young, abandoned Asian girl, Caroline was in the care of Ma Duncan.

Gary was Jake's good friend from high school who was now a lawyer and Jane was Jake's former high school girlfriend. Miss Morgan was the social worker before being replaced with Miss Domedian. The older kids attended Frederick Douglass High School. Jake was the narrator of the show.

Cast[edit]

  • Jake Steinfeld as Jake Rozzner
  • Barbara Meek as Connie "Ma" Duncan
  • Ben Siegler as Gary MacClemore
  • Josiah Trager as Loomis "Lou" Washington
  • Gabrielle Carmouche as Kateri Monroe
  • Jeremy Wieand as Andy King
  • Daniel Hilfer as Dave King
  • Elizabeth Narvaez as Jill Kenyon (1990–1992)
  • Melody Combs as Jane O'Hara (1991–1993)
  • Rachelle Guzy as Caroline
  • Denise Devin as Miss Meg Morgan
  • Jane Connell as Miss Roberta Domedian

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