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Boston Rob, Tom Sandoval, Chrishell Stause & More Join The Traitors Season 3: Cast Details

Get ready for more treachery and deceit when The Traitors returns for Season 3 with a new all-star cast in the Scottish highlands.

By Josh Weiss & Tara Bennett
Boston Rob, Sandra Diaz-Twine and Kate Chastain Talk the Shocking Traitors Finale w/ Joe Manganiello

Are you ready for another season of treachery and deceit? Peacock delighted fans of The Traitors Wednesday by revealing the all-star cast for Season 3 of the Emmy Award-winning competition series hosted by Scottish screen star Alan Cumming (Spy Kids, The Good Wife). The first two seasons are now streaming right here.

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Peacock Announces Cast for Season 3 of The Traitors

The highly anticipated competitors on The Traitors Season 3 are...

Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser

Closeup of Bob Harper on Megyn Kelly TODAY

Synonymous with NBC’s The Biggest Loser franchise, Harper was a team trainer for 16 seasons and then host for two seasons. In 2017, he survived a "widowmaker" heart attack, which prompted his own personal reinvention. Now married to Anton Gutierrez and a vocal advocate for heart health, Harper may be the most positive player in this cast. 

Bob The Drag Queen (RuPaul’s Drag Race

Bob the Drag Queen walks the carpet of the 2022 YouTube Streamy Awards

A comic and actor, Bob is the alter ego of Caldwell Tidicue, who wowed the judges to become “America’s Next Drag Superstar” on Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. She also starred in HBO’s We’re Here and appeared on The Black Lady Sketch Show. Boasting a sharp wit from their comedy scene chops, Bob is going to have to manage some big personalities at the castle — something they have a little experience with.

Britney Haynes (Big Brother

Britney (Haynes) Godwin

A reality competition show veteran, Haynes won America's Favorite Houseguest on U.S. Big Brother Season 12 and was a coach for Season 14. She also competed on The Amazing Race 31. Then she returned to compete in Big Brother: Reindeer Games, which also featured Danielle Reyes, so look out for a potential Big Brother alliance right from the start.

Carolyn Wiger (Survivor)

Closeup of Carolyn Wiger during Survivor Season 44.

A drug counselor by profession, Wiger was also a very popular contestant during Survivor 44. So much so, that Wiger was awarded $100,000 by Australian musician Sia for being her favorite competitor ever on the long-running series. Fourteen years sober herself, Wiger is definitely going to play by the eccentric beat of her own drum. 

Chanel Ayan (The Real Housewives of Dubai)

Chanel Ayan in a promoimage for The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2

The breakout star of The Real Housewives of Dubai, Ayan is a supermodel and beauty line creator. She’s a renowned fashionista who styles herself, so expect the Scottish outfit swerves. Personality wise, Ayan has no problem being brutally frank with anyone who rubs her the wrong way, which means potential fireworks in the castle.

Chrishell Stause (Selling Sunset)

Chrishell Stause arrives to the 2024 People's Choice Awards

An actress-turned-reality star, Stause first became known for her work on the daytime soaps All My Children and Days of Our Lives. In 2019, she shifted over to reality TV as a core cast member of Selling Sunset, where she’s remained for seven seasons. She recently announced that she’s joining the venerable Australian soap opera Neighbours, which transplants her to the home country of her spouse, singer/songwriter G Flip.

Ciara Miller (Summer House)

Ciara Miller appears on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Season 21

Miller joined Summer House, the Bravo Hampton’s reality series, in its fifth season. Professionally, she’s a part-time travel nurse and a part-time model. Hailing from Atlanta, she’s got an outsider’s view of the rich and famous but knows how to mingle with the other ladies of the Bravosphere.

Danielle Reyes (Big Brother)

Danielle Reyes appears in the Big Brother Season 25 premiere

Reyes has a long history with Big Brother U.S. as a competitor in Season 3, Season 7, and Big Brother: Reindeer Games. She’s an extrovert and a leader, so she could function well as a Traitor or a Faithful. She’s also got a Big Brother buddy from the top with Britney Haynes.

Dolores Catania (The Real Housewives of New Jersey)

Dolores Catania appears on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Season 21

A cousin of the infamously hot-headed Teresa Giudice of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Catania first appeared on the early seasons of the show. But she eventually became a full cast member starting in Season 7. Voted as "Miss Congeniality" across the whole Housewives franchise, Catania’s smarts and even temperament could make her a formidable player.  

Dorinda Medley (The Real Housewives of New York City)

Dorinda Medley attends the Prime Video's "The Idea Of You" New York premiere

A main cast member of The Real Housewives of New York City from seasons seven through 12, Medley left the franchise for a few years until she returned in 2023’s The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip. She worked in fashion for years and post-Housewives wrote her memoir. She's known for bringing a bit of chaos to the screen, so she's sure to spark plenty of gasp-worthy moments.

Dylan Efron (Down to Earth with Zac Efron)

Dylan Efron attends the "The Iron Claw" Los Angeles Premiere

The lesser-known of the Efron siblings, Dylan is actor Zac Efron’s younger sibling by four years and works with him as a producer behind the scenes on projects like the docuseries Down to Earth with Zac Efron. Dylan is also very physically fit, having run multiple triathlons including the Ironman, so he's sure to be an asset during more physical challenges.

Gabby Windey (The Bachelorette)

Gabby Windey attends the Los Angeles premiere of Freeform's "Cruel Summer" Season 2

An ICU nurse, Windey was also a contestant on Season 26 of The Bachelor before being chosen as the co-lead of The Bachelorette Season 19. She then competed in Dancing with the Stars Season 31 and went on to host the Dancing with the Stars Live 2023 tour. 

Jeremy Collins (Survivor

Jeremy Collins appears during Survivor Season 29, Episode 2

A three-time Survivor competitor, Collins was featured in Survivor: San Juan del Sur, Survivor: Cambodia, and Survivor: Winners at War. He won the Cambodia season with all 10 jury votes, which just proves he can get his competitors to rally around him. 

Lord Ivar Mountbatten (British Royal)

Lord Ivar Mountbatten (L) and Chip Bergh, President and CEO of Levi Strauss & Co, attend the drinks reception hosted by Dockers

The only non-reality star of the cast, Mountbatten has gained his fame through lineage. He’s a second cousin of King Charles III and the first openly gay member of the British monarch's extended family.

Nikki Garcia (Professional Wrestler)

Nikki Garcia attends the 96th Academy Awards.

A former professional wrestler for the WWE, Garcia performed under the name Nikki Bella and became one half of famous tag-team The Bella Twins. Together with her sister Brie, they were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021. They also starred in the popular reality series Total Bellas. They’re both retired from wrestling and Nikki now co-hosts USA Network's Barmageddon with Blake Shelton and Carson Daly.

Rob Mariano (Survivor & Deal or No Deal Island

Rob Mariano appears during Deal or No Deal Island Season 1 Episode 11

One of the most well-known and popular competition reality stars ever, “Boston” Rob Mariano has competed on five seasons of Survivor, two seasons of The Amazing Race, and the inaugural season of NBC's Deal or No Deal Island. He’s a consummate strategist so look out for him whether he’s a Traitor or a Faithful. 

Robyn Dixon (The Real Housewives of Potomac)

Robyn Dixon on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen

An OG on The Real Housewives of Potomac, Dixon started the series as a main cast member but recently left the series at the end of Season 8. Professionally, Dixon is a publicist for a D.C. based PR firm, so she knows how to wiggle out of the kinds of personality conflicts that often come with being a contestant on The Traitors.

Sam Asghari (Actor & Model)

Sam Asghari attends the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party

The owner of Asghari Fitness, Sam is a model, actor, and a fitness trainer. However, he’s best known in celeb gossip circles as the third husband of pop legend Britney Spears. The couple’s marriage only lasted a year, so this will be an opportunity to introduce himself to audiences as his own man.

Tom Sandoval (Vanderpump Rules)

The Traitors Season 3 Tom Sandoval

A main cast member since the beginning of Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules, Sandoval became the reality show’s villain when he was revealed to be cheating behind the backs of two cast members, creating a "Scandoval" of epic proportions. Let’s see how long he can last on The Traitors with his backstory so well known. 

Tony Vlachos (Survivor)

Tony Vlachos during the Survivor Season 40 finale episode

Another former Survivor contestant, Vlachos has competed in three seasons: Cagayan, Game Changers, and Winners at War. He is only the second person to win two seasons of the competition reality show. It will be interesting to see if the three Survivor veterans will band together to form an alliance...

Wells Adams (Bachelor in Paradise)

Wells Adams appears on Daily Pop

A contestant on Season 11 of The Bachelorette and Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise, Adams then became the bartender for Bachelor in Paradise. Outside of reality TV, Adams is a radio host for iHeartRadio and podcasts with Brandi Cyrus. He’s also the husband of Modern Family actress and former Love Island USA host Sarah Hyland.

How Does The Traitors Work?

Set at a remote castle deep within the Scottish Highlands, The Traitors features the usual missions and objectives of your average reality competition series. But here's the twist: hidden amongst the group of "Faithful" competitors are the titular Traitors, whose sole job is to eliminate the others and claim the $250,000 prize money as their own. It's up to the Faithful to root out these Traitors before it's too late. It's basically a more complicated version of the classic party game Werewolf (sometimes known as Mafia).

When Does Season 3 of The Traitors Premiere?

Peacock has yet to lock in an official premiere date for Season 3 of The Traitors, but the first two seasons can be streamed right here.

The NBCUniversal platform currently offers two monthly subscription plans: Premium ($5.99 a month with ads) and Premium Plus ($11.99 a month with no ads and download access for certain titles). If you're a student, you can enjoy the Premium plan for just $1.99 for an entire year!

The show — which became the #1 unscripted series across all streaming platforms in the first week of Season 2's launch — is executive-produced by Stephen Lambert, Mike Cotton, Sam Rees-Jones, Rosie Franks, Jack Burgess, and Tim Harcourt.

Catch up on The Traitors Seasons 1 and 2 on Peacock now.

Originally published Jun 5, 2024.