Mia KangSee Full BioHalf South Korean – half British, Mia Kang was born in Hong Kong, China. Having studied at Bristol University and the University of London, she has a Master’s Degree in Finance and Financial Law. Mia began modeling when she was 13 years old and has since made a name for herself as one of Hong Kong’s leading models. She has been featured on covers for both Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, and most notably, is the only woman from Hong Kong to be included in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Most recently, Mia won her first pro-Muay Thai fight in Thailand with a TKO in the 3rd round; she has extended her training into mixed martial arts. Close
Evy PoumpourasSee Full BioEvy Poumpouras is a former Secret Service Agent, writer and national TV contributor who covers topics such as national security, law enforcement and criminal justice. She holds two Master’s Degrees: one in Forensic Psychology and the other in Journalism from Columbia University.
A Special Agent for the United States Secret Service for over 12 years, Evy was on the
Presidential Protective Division for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. During her career, she was a criminal investigator, worked undercover and was an interrogator for the agency’s elite polygraph unit trained in lie detection, human behavior, and cognitive influence. Evy’s heroic efforts as a first responder during the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City earned her the U.S. Secret Service Valor Award.
She appeared on CBS’s “The Hunted” in 2017. Evy is now a journalist, shedding light on national security and law enforcement issues. She is also an adjunct professor for The City University of New York, where she teaches criminology.
As an “Assessor” on SPY GAMES, Evy looks for competitors who possess active listening skills. She ultimately wants to use this experience to build the mental strength and confidence of others. Close
Douglas LauxSee Full Bio
Douglas Laux dedicated 10 years of service to the United States Intelligence Community. Most of his time was spent in the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent, where he worked undercover against the Taliban and Al Qaeda. As a war zone case officer, Douglas had to go through a rigorous set of physical and intelligence tests at “The Farm.”
Since his time with the CIA, Douglas has written a New York Times best-selling memoir titled Left of Boom. This is the first book written by a CIA case officer who served in the field during the Global War on Terrorism since 2001. He also created, wrote, produced, and starred in six episodes of Discovery Channel’s Finding Escobar’s Millions in 2017.
Douglas believes that to be an intelligence officer, a person needs both a calm demeanor to handle situations that go wrong and the grit to independently overcome obstacles as they arise. As an “Assessor” on Spy Games, he looks for intelligent contestants with the ability to grasp concepts and skills quickly.Close
Erroll SouthersSee Full Bio
Erroll is a former FBI Special Agent who spent most of his time working undercover for Foreign Counterintelligence, Terrorism and SWAT. Prior to being recruited and joining the bureau in 1984, he was police officer in Santa Monica.
After leaving the FBI, he returned to the police force as a gang expert. He finished his uniform career as Assistant Chief, commanding Homeland Security and Intelligence for the Los Angeles World Airports Police Department. A longtime friend of Governor Schwarzenegger, Erroll was appointed Deputy Director of Critical Infrastructure Protection for the California Office of Homeland Security in 2004. He is now a professor at USC, teaching the university’s first Homeland Security course.
As an “Assessor,” Erroll looks for confident competitors who can keep their composure in high-pressure situations.Close