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.
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.
This year's group of Philly's most eligible includes familiar faces and some you'll want to get familiar with, so don't miss a day of the series in the Daily News. You'll see TV anchors, a homelessness activist, a nurse at Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania and a transgender radio personality from South Philly.
Thursday (7 p.m.), help us celebrate the 2015 Daily News Sexy Singles with a party at Parx Casino, on Street Road, in Bensalem. It's $5 in advance, $10 at the door – register at philly.com/sexysingles2015.