Sasha Mielczarek — Bachelorette Sam Frost — Bio, Photos, Wiki
Name: Sasha Mielczarek
Hometown: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, NSW
Occupation: Senior Project Engineer at Lend Lease, Construction Manager
Education: The Australian National University
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering
Hair color: Brown
Ex girlfriend: Martina Males, first cousin of Laura Dundovic (runner up on The Bachelor). Dated for two years before ending their engagement three years ago.
Father: Sasha Sr. Mielczarek
Brother: Jay Mielczarek is a tattoo artist
Sister: Charlie Mielczarek
From his Bio:
“This high-achieving Bachelor has a long list of accomplishments, from playing rep rugby in England and school captain to his current success as an engineer in construction. Gentle giant Sasha is close to his family and enjoys the simple things in life. A real romantic, this Bachelor concedes he has done well in life but would trade everything for love. He’s looking for the right girl to sweep off her feet.
What made you want to be part of The Bachelorette Australia?
My mum actually filled out the application and encouraged me to give it a shot. You only live once, so why not?
What qualities do you hope to find in The Bachelorette?
I love the fact that she’s family orientated, fun loving, doesn’t take herself too seriously and makes me laugh. Hopefully she’s someone I’m able to sit down and share old war stories with.
How do you think you’ll go up against the other guys?
I’m not sure to be honest. I’ve played footy all my life and seem to thrive in that type of environment, however at the same time there may be similar personalities. Hopefully I’ll have a bit of an edge on them.
What traits do you dislike in a woman?
Women who are too high maintenance, don’t compromise, are self-centred and take themselves too seriously.
Describe your dream date.
It’s a bit far-fetched, however, it’s always been my dream to take that special someone over to Monaco. We’d hire a luxury car and drive through the countryside and up through the South of France, wine tasting and experiencing the local culture of the small”