Wynnefield's Will Mega has the distinction of being the first cast member evicted from the CBS reality show "Big Brother."

These days, the 42-year-old Kappa Alpha Psi frat member is dean of students at an accelerated alternative school for former high-school dropouts.

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In his spare time, he's completing a documentary on the history of Philadelphia high-school boys basketball, "In Search of Wilt (Chamberlain)." (If you're a former athlete with a Chamberlain story, Mega wants to hear from you.)

He's run unsuccessfully for public office, but may try again.

Twitter: @MrWillMega
Instagram: Will_Mega

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