After finding fame on TV, many stars have gone on to make a career out of reality TV appearances (because why stop at one show?). Wonderwall.com is taking a look at a few of those famous faces, starting with the latest guy to add another reality show to his resume — Robby Hayes. The former "The Bachelorette" contestant made headlines in December 2019 when it was announced he'd joined the cast of MTV's "Siesta Key." He'll be a fixture on season 3, thanks mainly to his short-lived relationship with cast member Juliette Porter, which will reportedly be featured. Keep reading for more stars who've been on multiple reality TV shows…
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Next up? Scott Disick! The father of three is best known for his steady work on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," but Scott has also appeared on "Kourtney & Kim Take Miami" and "Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons." In August 2019, the fan favorite launched his own show, E!'s "Flip It Like Disick," which showcased his interest in luxury real estate and flipping homes.
Lisa Rinna appeared on "Dancing With the Stars" in 2006 before starring on her own reality TV show, "Harry Loves Lisa," with husband Harry Hamlin in 2010. The former soap opera actress went on to compete on "The Celebrity Apprentice" and "Sing Your Face Off" before joining the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" in 2014.
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Trista Sutter found true love when she appeared on the first season of "The Bachelorette" in 2003. She went on to compete on "Dancing With the Stars" in 2005 and appeared alongside husband Ryan Sutter on "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars," "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and "Rocky Mountain Reno."
Tiffany "New York" Pollard is the HBIC of reality TV for a reason. She achieved national fame when she starred on "Flavor of Love" and "Flavor of Love 2" in 2006. She was so popular that she landed several spinoff shows on VH1 including "I Love New York," "I Love New York 2," "New York Goes to Hollywood" and "New York Goes to Work." Tiffany then branched out to reality shows on different networks, appearing on "Botched," "Celebrity Big Brother," "Big Brother's Bit on the Side," "Famously Single" and "The Next :15." She returned to VH1 in 2016, starring on "Family Therapy with Dr. Jenn," "Brunch with Tiffany" and "Scared Famous." She most recently appeared as a guest judge on "RuPaul's Drag Race" in 2019.
Dennis Rodman is not only an NBA legend — he's also a reality TV staple. The former Chicago Bulls player had his own MTV reality talk show, "The Rodman World Tour," in 1996 and went on to appear on "Celebrity Big Brother," "Love Island" and "Celebrity Mole." He's also competed twice on "Celebrity Apprentice" — once in 2009 and again in 2013.
Back in the 1980s, Brigitte Nielsen was known for her action movies. Today, she's much more famous for her reality TV appearances. The Danish model-actress first appeared on reality TV in 2003 when she competed on the Danish version of "Big Brother." She then scored appearances on "The Surreal Life," "Strange Love," "Celebrity Big Brother," "The Surreal Life: Fame Games," "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew," "The Farm," "Dancing With the Stars Germany," the German version of "I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!" and the Danish version of "Maestro."
The Miz is a WWE superstar today thanks in part to his reality TV show background. Mike "The Miz" Mizanin was cast on "The Real World: Back to New York" in 2001 and subsequently appeared on its spinoff series, "Real World/Road Rules Challenge," from 2002 to 2005. He then went on to star on "Battle of the Network Reality Stars," "Fear Factor," "Tough Enough," "Diva Search" and "Total Divas." He most recently landed on his own reality TV show, "Miz & Mrs," alongside his wife, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin, in 2018.
Adrianne Curry seemed destined for a great modeling career when she won the first season of "America's Next Top Model" in 2003. Instead, the brunette beauty opted for more reality TV, first appearing on "The Surreal Life," where she met her future ex-husband, Christopher Knight. She went on to appear on "Celebrity Paranormal Project," "My Fair Brady," "Celebrity Family Feud," "Bridalplasty," "The Tester" and "Adrianne Curry's Superfans."
Christopher Knight ditched his "Brady Bunch" background for reality TV in the early 2000s. He appeared on "The Surreal Life" in 2005 and subsequently starred on his own spin-off, "My Fair Brady," with then-wife Adrianne Curry before appearing on "Celebrity Family Feud." He'll next appear on "A Very Brady Renovation" on HGTV in September 2019.
Tami Roman was one of the first "Real World" cast members, appearing on the MTV reality show during the Los Angeles season in 1993. She spent most of the '90s and early 2000s raising her family, but she returned to reality TV in 2010 when she landed a gig on VH1's "Basketball Wives." She went on to star on "Basketball Wives LA" and "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars."
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag Pratt are reality TV gold. The couple have starred on several reality TV shows together including "I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!" as well as "Celebrity Big Brother," "Wife Swap," "After Shock: Heidi & Spencer" and "Marriage Boot Camp" since they found fame on MTV's "The Hills" in the early 2000s. They've also appeared on reality TV shows separately: Heidi was on a few episodes of "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County," while Spencer appeared on "The Princes of Malibu." Next up, the duo will star on the 2019 reboot "The Hills: New Beginnings."
NFL star Chad Johnson picked up a reality TV show toward the tail end of his football career. He competed on "Dancing With the Stars" in 2010 and soon landed his own dating reality show, "Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch," on VH1. In 2017, Chad appeared with his mother on WE tv's "Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars: Family Edition."
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi has built an entire empire atop her reality TV appearances. The New Jersey resident became an overnight sensation when she starred on MTV's "Jersey Shore" in 2009. After three years on the show, she landed her own spinoff series, "Snooki & JWoww," alongside best friend Jennifer "JWoww" Farley. Snooki competed on "Dancing With the Stars" in 2013 and went on to star on "Nicole & Jionni's Shore Flip," "The New Celebrity Apprentice," "Celebrity Fear Factor" and "Snooki & JWoww: Moms With Attitude." She currently appears on the reboot "Jersey Shore: Family Vacation."
Coral Smith might be one of the most infamous MTV reality stars to ever grace our television screens. She first came to fame when she landed a gig on "The Real World: Back to New York" in 2001. She then appeared on six seasons of the spinoff series "Real World/Road Rules Challenge" as well as "Battle of the Network Reality Stars" and "Camp Reality."
Former Miss USA runner-up Shanna Moakler ditched the pageants for reality TV in the early 2000s. The model competed on "Dancing With the Stars" in 2006 and appeared on her own reality TV show, "Meet the Barkers," alongside then-husband Travis Barker in 2005. Shanna has also starred on VH1's "Hollywood Exes."
Flavor Flav is an '80s rapper-turned-reality TV icon. The New York native jump-started his career when he appeared on "The Surreal Life" in 2004. He then starred on the "Surreal" spinoff "Strange Love" with his then-girlfriend, Brigitte Nielsen, as well as his own legendary reality dating show, "Flavor of Love."
Chris "CT" Tamburello is the champion of reality TV competitions. He began his reality TV journey on MTV's "The Real World: Paris" in 2003. He then began starring on (and winning) the spinoff competition series "The Challenge" from 2004 to 2019.
Stephanie Pratt just so happens to be reality TV superstar on British television (who knew?!). Spencer Pratt's little sis first appeared on "The Hills" alongside her brother and went on to star on "Celebrity Big Brother," "Made in Chelsea," "Made in Chelsea: NYC" and "Celebs Go Dating" in the U.K. Up next, she'll appear on the reboot "The Hills: New Beginnings."
Courtney Stodden turned her teen marriage into a reality TV career. She first appeared on "Couples Therapy" in 2012 and subsequently starred on "Celebrity Big Brother," "Big Brother's Bit on the Side," "Hollywood Hillbillies," "Reality Ex-Wives," "The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition," "Million Dollar Matchmaker" and "Celebs Go Dating."
Megan Hauserman first came to fame after winning "Beauty and the Geek 3" in 2007. She then appeared on several reality TV shows on VH1 including "Rock of Love 2," "I Love Money," "Rock of Love: Charm School" and her own reality dating show, "Megan Wants a Millionaire." These days, she's an engaged mom of one.
Whitney Duncan is not only a country singer — she's also a reality TV career woman. She got her start on "Nashville Star" in 2007. She subsequently competed on "Survivor: South Pacific" in 2009 and "The Amazing Race" with her then-fiancé, fellow "Survivor" castaway Keith Tollefson, in 2014.
Rob Mariano and Amber Mariano are "Survivor" professionals. In 2011, Rob won "Survivor: Redemption Island" in his fourth appearance on the show, having previously starred on "Survivor: Marquesas," "Survivor: All Stars" and "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains." Amber was a contestant on "Survivor: The Australian Outback" and the winner of "Survivor: All Stars." The couple have also competed twice on "The Amazing Race."