Anthony Hutton

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Anthony Hutton[1] (born March 1982) is a former reality television personality, best known for being the winner of the sixth series of Big Brother UK in 2005.

Big Brother 6[edit]

When he entered the house he was a 1970s dancer and apprentice hairdresser from Consett in County Durham. Hutton won Big Brother 6 with 57.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Eugene and winning £50,000.

Other appearances[edit]

Since leaving the house Hutton experienced a taste of fame, but this was short-lived and, despite the occasional television or public appearance, Hutton has now returned to his home town and returned to normal life.

Hutton appeared in the 2005 and 2006 series of Sky One's The Match producing credited appearances noticed by the Legends his Celebrity squad faced. But most notably by the viewers who voted him to receive the Man of the Match award in both series he has appeared in show. Upon leaving the house Hutton, like the vast majority of the other ex-housemates, received attention from the press and the public; this sustained Hutton as a celebrity for a short period, with Hutton making various public and television appearances, such as appearing on the Sky One reality television series, The Match, and various photo shoots (some naked) for magazines and tabloid newspapers. Hutton also released a work-out video which revolved around his 1970s disco dance movements; despite winning Big Brother, Anthony's work-out DVD failed to sell well.

In September 2007, he featured in the Sky TV production, Premier League All Stars football show representing Newcastle United.

Ultimate Big Brother[edit]

In September 2010, Hutton re-entered the house for Ultimate Big Brother as part of the retrospective task. He had a date with ex housemate Makosi Musambasi.

Other ventures[edit]

After retiring from the public eye, Hutton now runs Mr Hutton's Bar and Barbers in Darlington.


  1. ^ Index of Births, Marriages and Deaths in England and Wales, 1837–1983.