Jeff's favourite monster is The Stay Puff Marshmellow Man.
Jeff's favourite film is the original Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Jeff currently hosts on Challenge Jackpot TV.
When ex-partner Jade Goody was taken ill with cervical cancer, Jeff looked after their two children. After her recent deterioration in late 2008, early 2009, he has regularly been seen visiting her and looking after the kids. It is said that their will be a custody battle, between Jeff and Jade's husband Jack Tweed for the two children, when she passes.
Jeff and Jade Goody has a second son, Freddie who was born in September 2004 and was born one month early. He weighed 6lbs 6oz.
Jeff recently ran the London Marathon in aid of the charity Scope.
Jeff and Jade split up after two years and he describes their relationship as amicable. Their relationship was constantly on and off according to newspaper reports.
As well as his TV appearances, Jeff also owns a sunbed shop in Essex.
According to the Mirror's 3am team, he appeared to have built up a special rapport with fellow contestant on Celebrity Wrestling, Leilani Dowding.
Brazier was recently in Celebrity Soccer Six on Sky One where he played for England.
Jeff performed as Aladdin in the pantomime at Chatham, Kent in 2005 and 2006.
Before becoming a television personality, Jeff was a footballer on the books of Leyton Orient F.C. for three years, although he never played for the first team and quit the game due to injury.
Jeff has 2 sons named Freddie and Bobby-jack.
Jeff: (When ex-partner Jade Goody caught cervical cancer, Jeff posted this about their relationship on a parenting forum) I have maintained absolute contact with my children for one reason alone. I have very carefully buttoned my lip and meandered through all avoidable confrontation with their mother even when at times I have felt like my head would explode. I have sought to understand in order to protect what I hold dearest, the relationship with my children. Staying quiet, not adding fuel to the fire, not giving the ex any ammunition to use against me, personally, publicly, legally in court has been a major factor but the real power for any parent is understanding our ex-partners' behaviour.