Biggest Loser 6: Vicky Vilcan

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Vicky Vilcan is on the brown team, with her husband Brady Vilcan, during Biggest Loser: Families.

vicky vilcan

Age 37

Hometown Houma, LA

Occupation Anesthetist

Biggest Loser: Families teammate Brady Vilcan, Husband

Team Color Brown

Trainer Bob Harper

Starting Weight 246

Final Weight 145

Total Loss -101

Percent Lost 41.06


Factoids

  • Has four-year old daughter who outweighs seven-year old son. Wants to change her kids’ lives.
  • Initial health screening found that her real age is 37; her health age is 48
  • Won Week 4 Challenge
  • Won Week 10 Challenges
  • Season 6 Finalist

Quotes

  • “My ultimate goal is for Brady and I to bring home $350,000.” – Week 6

Other spellings: Vikky, Vicki, Vickie, Viccy, Vilkan, Vilckan, Vilcen, Velcan

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454 Responses to Biggest Loser 6: Vicky Vilcan

  1. wake up! says:

    old friend-

    your friends vicki and brady opened themselves up to this sort of exposure/response from viewers when they signed up to be on a television show. They are not victims. They signed up for this, and greedily so. My guess is that they are going to be doing public speaking on weightloss- in which they get paid, nothing out of the kindness of their hearts.

    The fact that so many of us have been disgusted with their behavior should actually be an eye opener for you, as their friend, that something isn’t right here. All the editing in the world can’t erase the expression, words, and actions of these two clowns. Gods speed to you, if such negative and manipulative people are in your life, my sympathies go out to you

  2. wake up! says:

    Also, I’m sorry, but quoting religious statements ie” there for but for the grace of god I go”, is inappropriate and self rightous. It places a tone in which you are preaching/speaking down to the rest of us children here, who, shock of all shockers, aren’t all catholic or even religious for that matter. Instead of preaching, you should be the one learning

  3. From an old friend says:

    Doing a little preaching of your own with that last statement…we’re all learning, hopefully. Too bad we’re not all loving, forgiving, and understanding as well. It all just makes me sad, not just for Vicky and Brady, but for all of the people who wrote in with such anger, hatred and visciousness and evidently didn’t begin to see it in themselves. Sad for all of the people who spend time watching these contrived “reality” shows and become so emotionally involved in them. I don’t need your sympathies at this time, and I’ll keep my rose-colored glasses, as they’ve worked quite well for me in my 45 years, showing me on a daily basis that giving one’s best to others brings out the best in others–period. I never said everything was “right” in the way my friends behaved–but I trust that they will do their best to fix whatever was wrong.

  4. Rosie says:

    To and old friend~ So, honey what do you do with your time since your don’t sit your fat in front of the TV to watch reality TV? Oh! I know, you sit in front of your computer, defending your so called friends?! And you have no idea how they acted on the Episodes, since you didn’t watch? HELLO. maybe you should get a clue and stop juding all of the bloggers at this site, since we did watch and you did not! Vicky, Brady, Ed and Heba, AKA The evil four were really nasty to all of the contestants on the program, and I do not believe that it was edited to look that way. Vicky herself ( the most evil one) stated at one time that she was going to take home the $250K and Brady would take home the $100K, now isn’t MONEY the root of all EVIL???

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