The very first Bachelor from back in 2002 is now out of the public eye. We don't even know if he's married. We do know he's in charge of the D.C. office of German management consulting firm Generation Consulting. Before that, he was the head of strategy for Microsoft's online advertising efforts in Europe. The Harvard Business School graduate is still probably the most well-rounded of all the Bachelors, though even he wasn't without his own sex scandal: Amanda Marsh dumped him because he slept with runner-up (and eventual first Bachelorette) Trista Rehn. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
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