Trick My Trucker   -  Cast

Cast

  • Harmonie Krieger

    Harmonie Krieger, co-founder of Uniquely Chic, an image consulting business, was raised in Scarsdale, New York. After she received a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Syracuse University's School of Management, Harmonie left her East Coast roots to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Fresh-faced, charismatic and energetic, Harmonie has built a successful portfolio of experience in a multitude of television avenues. In June 2004, Harmonie fused her passion for fashion and her degree in business to establish the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer-sponsored fashion show. A trained TV host, Harmonie promises to be a mainstay on the entertainment circuit.
  • Aaron Aguilera

    Aaron Aguilera grew up in Southern California, with the lifelong dream of entertaining people. He's been able to realize that dream, by putting his life and body on the line in the ring as a professional wrestler in WWE's Friday Night Smackdown and MTV's Wrestling Society X. Aaron has had numerous appearances on television on shows like My Name is Earl and Mind of Mencia. Nothing has made the impact for Aaron that training the contestants on Trick My Trucker has. Working with people from different backgrounds, pushing them hard to reach the goals they've set and the results and reactions from their family and friends has been a life changing experience for Aaron, one that he will never forget.
  • Brian Greenlee

    A sense of style is not Brian Greenlee's strongest attribute, but you have to give it to him. Greenlee, 48, of Victorville, Calif., has proven without a doubt that he stands by his conviction that if something works, why mess with it? Not only does he wear one shirt out of his entire wardrobe, but his 21-year-old daughter has never seen her father without a beard. In fact, no one has seen Greenlee without a beard or long hair in 25 years. In his mind, if he has five minutes in the morning to change things up and shave or catch a few extras z's, Gillette is going to be five bucks poorer. He'd rather spend that five bucks on a box of doughnuts before bedtime anyway.
  • Thomas Reedy

    When the '70s left, Thomas Reedy of Harker Heights, Texas, refused to go with them. A car hauler by profession, this 40-year-old man on the go quickly becomes a man on the couch the moment he has a chance to rest. He and his wife always talk about taking great adventurous vacations, but these days, the only thing that stirs his sense of adventure is the quest for his next Burrito Supreme. Too tall or too heavy for most clothing, Reedy seems at odds with nearly everything from the modern era. His magnificent mane of curly locks is not only an ode to a bygone era. It's a badge of pride for this long haul trucker -- a badge that might soon be removed.
  • Don Crawford

    A life on the road has turned 49-year-old Donald Crawford of Fort Mojave, Ariz., into a bit of a slob. OK, more than a bit. Due to his bad smoking habit, his truck looks and smells like an ashtray. Heaps of trash and dirty clothing clutter the interior worse than a teenage boy's room. Part bad dresser, part bad launderer, Crawford is all fashion disaster. His two daughters are of the opinion that you couldn't put together a more mismatched wardrobe than the one their father throws on everyday. He would rather just grab the nearest clean thing than take the time to clean the right thing.
  • Mark David

    With his wife Loretta keeping a watchful eye on him from the passenger seat of his truck, you'd think that Mark David, 43, of Eureka, Calif., would be able to keep his bad habits in check. You thought wrong. She does her best to keep him from sneaking a heap of chocolate here, or a pack of smokes there, but failure is inevitable. She needs help to keep him on the right track, not only for him but their children and grandchildren. David doesn't think he's as bad off as his family seems to believe, but the last thing he wants to do is fail them.
  • Cabrina Gardner

    When it comes to your health, your better half can either be your best ally or your worst enemy. In the case of Morgan Wooldridge, 27, and Cabrina Gardner, 24, despite their love for each other, it has become the latter. The San Antonio couple has fallen into a pattern of work and rest with very little in between except for large, sumptuous meals. With their wedding day fast approaching, both have a strong desire to look their best. All they need is some direction.
  • Morgan Wooldridge

    When it comes to your health, your better half can either be your best ally or your worst enemy. In the case of Morgan Wooldridge, 27, and Cabrina Gardner, 24, despite their love for each other, it has become the latter. The San Antonio couple has fallen into a pattern of work and rest with very little in between except for large, sumptuous meals. With their wedding day fast approaching, both have a strong desire to look their best. All they need is some direction.
  • Bob Barnum

    Bob Barnum of Hesperia, Calif., is the largest of the truckers -- literally, a mountain of a man. It takes a lot of food to build that mountain and Barnum has enjoyed every piece of it.
  • Jeremy Dallas

    If Jeremy Dallas from Hesperia, Calif., is all grown up, then why does he spend all his time at home playing video games and eating junk food with his fiancé's son? Looking at him, it's no surprise that his idea of vegetables is fries and creamed spinach. Dallas, 25, is huge. His fiancé's biggest fear is that although he remains a big kid at heart, his body will age far too quickly due to the strain his unhealthy lifestyle places on it.
  • Fernando Villarino

    As a new father, 25-year-old Fernando Villarino from Hemet, Calif., seems to work hard on everything but his own health. He is a long way from his prime as a Golden Glove and Junior Olympic boxer. Where before he could go 12 rounds and ask for more, now he can barely make it past the opening bell. Villarino's family loves him very much, and they want nothing more than for him to be the golden boy he used to be.
  • Larry Weber

    Larry Weber of Ridgecrest, Calif., is finally living his lifelong dream of hauling goods down the highways of America, but after only two short years, the road has already taken its toll on the 45-year-old driver. The weight has come on as quick as the miles have gone by, as snack after snack have found their way into his growing belly. A lifetime of fitness has become a life filled with filthiness.
  • Rodney Hall

    Since his divorce, Rodney Hall from Monroe, Utah, has let himself fall apart. He's put on weight, stopped shaving every day and forgot what it means to put on nice clothes. Both his son and his mother would love for him to get out of his rut, stop being lazy and get back in the game -- the dating game. He needs a woman's touch, but how can Hall go out and get a woman, when what he needs is a woman to get him back into shape?
  • Kirk Parham

    Every day is a good day for Kirk Parham, 52, of San Clemente, Calif. He's an active, energetic man who lacks only two things -- a good woman to call his own and a good barber. Maybe if he had a barber, he'd get the woman, but Parham has been too busy trucking through life to stop and smell the roses.

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