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  • Survivor 37: David vs. Goliath- MEET THE CAST

    Here is the cast of Survivor Season 37: David vs. Goliath!




    VIDEO: CAST ASSESSMENT OF DAVID TRIBE

    VIDEO: CAST ASSESSMENT OF GOLIATH TRIBE
    Last edited by KennyERJ; 09-06-2018, 01:14 PM.

  • #2


    Biography

    Age: 25
    Hometown: Irvine, California
    Current residence: Irvine, California
    Occupation: Industrial Engineer

    Hobbies: Fitness, reading, and game nights with friends and family.

    Pet peeves: Number one for me is if people do not clean their teeth properly. It is the first thing I look at when I talk to people and sometimes it looks like a person hasn't brushed their teeth in days. What is that life?

    I also do not like when people stand too close to me in lines and people who tap their feet loudly. If I can feel the table moving because of your foot then there is a problem.

    Three words to describe you: Confident, charismatic, and blunt.

    What's your personal claim to fame?
    I am driven and persistent when I take on a task and those qualities are what helped me pursue my degree in Engineering. It was not an easy path to take and even though I dealt with personal challenges, I continued to stay focused on my goal.

    Who or what is your inspiration in life?
    My dad because he left Jordan to come to the U.S. when he was 18 years old with no parents or friends, yet he managed to become very successful for his family. He inspires me to be strong and to always strive to be better.

    If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
    A blanket to keep me warm at night. Binoculars so I could creep on people strategizing out in the ocean. Maybe I'll find out I have a secret talent of reading lips. A toothbrush because whenever I see contestants cleaning their teeth with twigs I cringe. I could care less if I smell nasty. Now, if my teeth aren't clean, I know I will be disgusted.

    Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
    Kelley Wentworth because even though she kept finding herself at the bottom, she took all the necessary steps to get further in the game. I am not your stereotypical engineer and that drives me to prove people wrong and succeed in life.

    What's your reason for being on Survivor?
    To WIN! I love Survivor and I have wanted to be on the show from the moment I saw it as a kid. I've seen every episode and always imagined what it would be like if I was one of the contestants. It wasn't until recently when I saw Jeff at a Survivor event that the opportunity seemed realistic. I got him to take a quick selfie and then told him I would be on the show, and of course I had to make it happen after that. It will be challenging, but that is the best part. It's going to make winning so much more rewarding.

    Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
    I believe I will be the final Survivor because not only am I good at reading people, but I know how to get what I want. I know how to work people into doing things for me and that could help me make big moves in the game.

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    • #3


      Biography

      Age: 41
      Hometown: Beaumont, Texas
      Current residence: Houston
      Occupation: Truck Driver

      Hobbies: Fishing, riding horses, and shooting pool.

      Pet peeves: When people "smack" gum.

      Three words to describe you: Objective, tenacious, and adventurous.

      What's your personal claim to fame?
      Having a successful marriage for 12 years.

      Who or what is your inspiration in life?
      My father has always been a hardworking man and never let anything get in the way of taking care of his family.

      If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
      A picture of my family, a prayer card, my pocket Bible.

      Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
      Cirie Fields, because she never gave up and she always pushed herself when she felt it was something she couldn't do.

      What's your reason for being on Survivor?
      To win a million dollars to put my family in a better financial situation. I love the show and have always wanted to be a part of it.

      Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
      I feel that I can outwit, outlast, and outplay everyone else.

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      • #4


        Biography

        Age: 56
        Hometown: Los Angeles
        Current residence: Los Angeles
        Occupation: Publishing CEO

        Hobbies: Roller skating, traveling (live concerts and plays), and creating things (natural skincare, soaps, cleansers).

        Pet peeves: People who are negative. People who talk too much listen too little and "can't bust a grape." People who tend to say no before they consider "the yes." People who are quitters as they are too lazy, ignorant, or a combination thereof to do better. People who lack motivation but want others to make things happen for them. Sagging pants on young men. When my employees make silly errors that cost me revenue and lastly, when people sign up for things and are not fully committed, thereby negatively impacting results.


        Three words to describe you: Competitive, decisive, and persistent.

        What's your personal claim to fame?
        My family, particularly my children and who they are as human beings, followed by my business and entrepreneurial conquests which include becoming the first African-American in a corporate position at the L.A. Times (LAT) to be a Dual-Director as Director of Inside Sales at LAT and Director of Advertising for the Recycler, a separate L.A. Times-owned media business, and later launching the largest black-owned circulating newspaper on the west coast, Our Weekly, and starting my e-commerce business, a natural and organic skincare line.

        Who or what is your inspiration in life?
        My mother. She was an amazing person, incredibly courageous, authentic, striking woman who raised her family in the church and struggled to shield us from gangs, drugs, and violence while living in the heart of South Central LA. She was "Big Momma" to many and transitioned in September 2015.

        If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
        Sunglasses will give me the ability to see things, while hiding my eyes. A body pillow can serve as a mini mattress, warmth, and comfort. A swiss knife; it does it all...right?

        Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
        It's very hard to pick only one, but I would say Kim Spradlin. I operate a lot like Kim as we are logical, strategic, and calculating but I'd like to think I would bring more excitement to the game than she did that season as it was a bit predictable.

        What's your reason for being on Survivor?
        I love to do over-the-top challenging things that are totally outside of my norm, especially if someone says or expects that I cannot do it. I don't want people to ever think that I am predictable or for them to categorize me in restrictive ways. I have accomplished many things in life that my friends and family will not and often cannot do and yet they live vicariously through me and my sharing experiences and that in and of itself is priceless.

        My other motivation is that Survivor is my dream come true adventure that I know I can absolutely win. To have the opportunity to compete and then to become the Sole Survivor and win the money, is like actors who make a living "acting," live glamourous lives and can then be rewarded Best Actress/Actor at the Oscars.

        Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
        I am analytical, logical, calculating, strategic, and can read people well even when they are not openly sharing. I am a young 56-year-old with great energy and people often guess my age to be 10-15 years younger than I am. I understand the game and have always been a risk taker. I am not afraid to make big moves. I am a strong competitor in all that I do. I got this.

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        • #5


          Biography


          Age: 40
          Hometown: Clover, South Carolina
          Current residence: New York City
          Occupation: Attorney

          Hobbies: Traveling, dancing, and genealogy.

          Pet peeves: Lateness, illogicalness, and entitlement.

          Three words to describe you: Funny, logical, and intuitive.

          What's your personal claim to fame?
          Passed the bar in New York, New Jersey, and Georgia on the first try.

          Who or what is your inspiration in life?
          I don't really have a hero, but I admire Oprah's ability to relate to people.

          If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
          Photo albums. Life means very little without your memories and the people you love to share them with. Liquor. And a friend, because it's a remote location.

          Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
          Jeremy Collins. My personality will not allow me to fly under the radar, but I think my honesty and humor can take me for as long as I make a strong partnership.

          What's your reason for being on Survivor?
          I've been a fan for so long. I want to have the adventure first hand. I want to become the Sole Survivor and win the money so I can care for my sick father at home.

          Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
          I believe I have an uncanny ability to read people well and gain their trust. I am also not hindered by what others back home will think of me, so I hopefully won't be afraid to make big moves.

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          • #6


            Biography

            Age: 40
            Hometown: Cohoes, New York
            Current residence: Watervliet, New York
            Occupation: Maintenance Manager

            Hobbies: Hunting, football, and boating.

            Pet peeves: Cracking my knuckles.

            Three words to describe you: Funny, hard-working, and loving.

            What's your personal claim to fame?
            Raising my children to be productive and outgoing people.

            Who or what is your inspiration in life?
            My dad is my hero. He worked two jobs when we were young to support a family of six, while my mother was confined to a hospital bed from an accident.

            If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why?
            A picture of my wife and kids. They are what make me tick. That's all I need. They are my everyday motivation.

            Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
            Cochran because he is a chameleon, like me. Hatch because he's a true-to-life person.

            What's your reason for being on Survivor?
            My primary reason is obviously a million dollars, but being a young parent of three, the excitement of a tropical paradise is a thing I've never experienced. I've never really ever left New York state.

            Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
            My mental, physical, and emotional skills are unmatched. My dedication and determination are my strongest assets.

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            • #7


              Biography

              Age: 38
              Hometown: Los Angeles
              Current residence: Los Angeles
              Occupation: Pro Wrestler

              Hobbies: Parkour/MMA, writing, and surfing.

              Pet peeves: Unsolicited advice. Delusional people.

              Three words to describe you: Irreverent, ambitious, and optimistic.

              What's your personal claim to fame?
              Pro wrestling fans around the world know John Hennigan as The Mayor Of Slamtown, Johnny Nitro, John Morrison, Johnny Mundo, Johnny Impact, the Shaman of Sexy, The Wednesday Night Delight... I've had more epic ring names than most wrestlers have had championships and in addition to those, plenty of other nicknames that aren't so nice.

              In addition to being a world famous pro wrestler, I starred in dozens of TV shows, such as GLOW on Netflix, and movies including the award-winning action comedy Boone: The Bounty Hunter, which I also wrote and produced.

              Who or what is your inspiration in life?
              My dad is the most authentic, charismatic, well-read human that I know. He has worked tirelessly to provide an amazing life for my sisters, my mother and I, he's the center of every conversation in which he engages, and always has time for family.

              If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
              Three ab wheels... in case the first two break. It's important to not underestimate fitness on the island.

              Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
              Mike Holloway with shades of Cochran—I plan to form alliances early and play a loyal game at first. Play strategically in challenges; dominate when necessary. If it seems strategically wise I'll dominate challenges, but I plan to have more tact than Mike when it comes to publicly putting my desire to win the game over the group's happiness because that kills trust within the group. The way Cochran was there for people as a "therapist" is similar to how Mike stood up to for Shirin, but Cochran seemed to have a more constant relationship with his group than Mike.

              What's your reason for being on Survivor?
              I want to win and I want the money. I'm planning on buying a Corvette the size of a Hummer, but as fast as a Corvette. With some of my winnings.

              Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?

              My daily life consists of physical training, building relationships, and positioning myself favorably in dozens of wrestling organizations worldwide. I currently consistently work for over 20 different wrestling promotions all over the world. Two years ago, I came to Triple A without speaking fluent Spanish and sat in a locker room full of prideful luchadores, some of whom had worked for that company for over 20 years. Less than one year later, I'm the first non-Mexican Triple Champion of Triple A because I positioned myself strategically within that organization, built a great relationship with the owner, and by kicking ass, like I kick ass in the ring my talent could not be overlooked. I am an English speaking Irish-American who grew up in Palos Verdes, and a multi-million dollar Mexican wrestling company decided that I am the best person to represent their brand. Everywhere I go the challenge is the same. I win because I understand how to play the game.

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              • #8


                Biography

                Age: 32
                Hometown: Baltimore
                Current residence: Tallahassee, Florida
                Occupation: Robotics Scientist

                Hobbies: Clarinet, primarily classical. I do gigs and perform in orchestras. Casual coding. I once wrote a computer program to crate train my dog. Success was mixed. Sous chef to my girlfriend—I chop, she cooks. Together, we make some good food. Probably because she handles the more important job.

                Pet peeves: Condescension, clichés, and reckless abuse of percentages.

                Three words to describe you: Intellectual, jovial, and driven.

                What's your personal claim to fame?
                Getting my robotics research made fun of on the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Stephen called me a "nerd" on national television. Bucket list stuff.

                Who or what is your inspiration in life?
                My parents are my heroes. No contest. They toasted my successes, comforted me in failure, and helped me back on my feet. I can't count all the ways they've supported me.

                If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                Binoculars to try "birding." I've never done it, despite writing part of my dissertation on birds. Sounds relaxing. A graphing calculator; a good shelter is grounded in good trigonometry. Also, it should be grounded in dirt. And a thesaurus to give pity names to my strategic game moves.

                Which Survivor contestant are you most like?

                Stephen Fishbach. He talked about the game as a chaotic whirlpool of alliances, and his nerdy game analysis warms my heart. I don't do poetry, but I wouldn't object to being called a wizard.

                What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                To win and prove I'm not just a diploma or a résumé, that I'm a formidable person, qualifications or no. I also want to make my mark on this game and help innovate the way Survivor is strategically played. I need the game, and the game needs me.

                Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                I'll win with my intelligence, kindness, and creativity. I'll be quick to assess threats and avenues of advancement while cultivating positive relationships with everyone. If I'm in a tight spot, I'll adapt and figure a way out. What could go wrong?

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                • #9



                  Biography

                  Age: 30
                  Hometown: San Diego
                  Current residence: San Diego
                  Occupation: Realtor

                  Hobbies: Friends (not the show, real people). Running/biking/yoga. Dancing/snowboarding.

                  Pet peeves: Drivers who use their brakes unnecessarily, oblivious people, and when anyone tells someone else how to live their life.

                  Three words to describe you: Energetic, persistent, and passionate.

                  What's your personal claim to fame?
                  Making Charger Girls. I was Rookie of the Year, MVP in 2014 and a captain for two years.

                  Who or what is your inspiration in life?
                  My mom always dropped wisdom. She was the epitome of what a mother should be to her kids. She was the perfect role model and practiced what she preached. Not to mention, she was hilarious and opinionated. Other people said she was just the classiest lady who everyone lived. I think she lived life so fully that God decided she was ready for heaven. She'll always be my hero.

                  If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                  The book The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer—it talks a lot about clearing your mind and that could be crucial. A mirror. Sounds vein, but could help make a fire plus it would be interesting to see who insists on looking in it. A deck of cards; can be used for entertainment as well as another form of character judgement.

                  Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
                  Parvati Shallow because she's brilliant, she's flirtatious, and she won! Her alliances were well thought out and she made power plays at the right time. I would have a positive attitude and make connections like Figgy except I'd avoid getting into a showmance at all cost.

                  What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                  To win one million dollars! It would be nice to help my dad get back on his feet for good; he ran a successful business until he lost it all in the recession. I helped support, but I could only do so much. I also want to step outside my comfort zone to prove I can do anything with the right mindset. This would really help carry out my mom's legacy and make her really proud. I would also love to have a down payment for a house. I live in San Diego, one of the hottest real estate markets... and it's expensive!

                  Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                  I am relentless. I don't give up. I know how to get along and even make friends with all walks of life. I'm kind of a chameleon. I guess I'd consider myself pretty savvy and adept. I observe everything, yet have the ability to keep to myself if need be. I'm strong and focused, therefore could be a threat in challenges. Plus, I am not afraid to be cutthroat if I have to. In today's world, I think you'd call that savage. My social game would be impressive, plus I could win over the jury with game tactics and strategy.

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                  • #10



                    Biography

                    Age: 28
                    Hometown: Sparks, Nevada
                    Current residence: San Clemente, California
                    Occupation: Financial Consultant

                    Hobbies: Traveling the world, trying new things, political activism, hosting margarita nights, dancing, workout classes, anything involving French bulldogs, and starting my non-profit Ready to Run, which encourages, empowers, and equips middle school and high school aged girls to run for student government positions in their schools.

                    Pet peeves: Indecisiveness, when people don't vote, and when people don't like dogs.

                    Three words to describe you: Intuitive, persuasive, and loving.

                    What's your personal claim to fame?
                    I was elected to serve over 15,000+ students at Stanford University as Student Body President, and I was the first Latina to hold the position.

                    Who or what is your inspiration in life?
                    My parents. They have both worked incredibly hard for everything they have and to make a good life for us kids. Because of them, and their never-ending love and support and belief in me, I have been able to accomplish everything I've ever set my mind to.

                    If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                    A copy of Maya Angelou's "Still I Rise," a poem that sums up my mindset for life and Survivor. A radio so I could listen to the news every day. Not knowing what's going on in the world around me is going to be one of the hardest parts of the game for me. And make-up. I'm not going to front, I wear it every day.

                    Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
                    Natalie Anderson for her intellect, sense of timing and character. Parvati for her charm, social awareness and cunningness. And both women for their warrior spirits and overall badassness.

                    What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                    Survivor is the ultimate challenge of grit, savviness, and strategy. As a naturally competitive person, I want to test myself, my abilities and my limits. As a military spouse, I believe we are most of the strongest and most adaptable people.

                    I want to win because my husband will head out on his second deployment this year, and I want to be a source of strength and inspiration for other military families who have endured long months and years away from their soldier. Also, winning a million dollars is obviously a huge motivation--like many Americans I have a lot of student debt from school, and being able to pay that off would be a game changer.

                    Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                    I have always been an extremely optimistic and positive person, I always see the best in everything/everyone and make the most out of even the hardest situations. Even though I'm not super outdoorsy, I'm a quick learner and always down to try something new.

                    I'm also scrappy, adaptable, smart, fun, and determined as hell. Most importantly though, my love for people, empathy, and emotional awareness are what I credit for much of what I've accomplished in my 28 years of life. I'm able to get along with anyone, and people tend to trust me.
                    Lastly, I'm not afraid to take risks and play hard. I will use all of these skills, at the right time with the right people, in order to make it all the way to the end.

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                    • #11


                      Biography

                      Age: 24
                      Hometown: San Clemente, California
                      Current residence: San Clemente, California
                      Occupation: Bartender

                      Hobbies: Surfing, playing guitar, and making travel videos.

                      Pet peeves: Terrible drivers, traffic, and people that exaggerate during a story.

                      Three words to describe you: Charismatic, tenacious, and humorous.

                      What's your personal claim to fame?
                      Getting through college and always pushing the boundaries in life by doing things that make me uncomfortable, such as traveling solo, playing guitar, and singing for people.

                      Who or what is your inspiration in life?
                      My mom and dad because they have shown me what love is and what it means to stay positive together through the tough times. My dad has been laid off a time or two, but he's always thinking of creative ways to make money and fighting to make things work.

                      My mom is a selfless individual, a hard worker in real estate, and someone who's always positive and wants nothing but the best for those around her. They both demonstrate a tremendous amount of courage and I love them.

                      If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                      A picture of my loved ones to keep me motivated, a picture of my bank account statement because it's zero. And a guitar to sing "Kumbaya" by the fire.

                      Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
                      I relate most to Jay, Joe, and Malcolm. All of those players are charming and likeable individuals. They were also all a dominating force during the challenges and physically fit which made them a useful asset around camp.

                      What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                      I've always been a go-getter and someone who doesn't take no for an answer. I want to outwit, outplay, and outlast everyone. I want to prove to myself that I can be that likable, charming and a physical threat player. I also want to be sitting at the final Tribal Council and win the million-dollar prize!

                      Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                      I have the ability to charm people around me, both guys and girls. I can read people and understand situations better than most. My personality is endearing and I'm able to adapt in different environments. My job is to deal with all walks of life just like Survivor, and for that reason my social game is going to be unstoppable.

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                      • #12


                        Biography

                        Age: 28
                        Hometown: Houston
                        Current residence: Houston
                        Occupation: MMA Fighter

                        Hobbies: Reading, anything with water, and working out.

                        Pet peeves: People who complain constantly.

                        Three words to describe you: Strong, smart, and funny.

                        What's your personal claim to fame?
                        If I were to choose one accomplishment I'm most proud of, it would have to be my debut victory. I was the underdog. I took on an opponent much more experienced than I was for my first fight. I beat her and retired her. I also gained my nickname and fan base after that victory. I've had 22 victories after that, but that one I'm most proud of.

                        Who or what is your inspiration in life?
                        My sister Twee. She is resilient and hard working. She was in college tutoring calculus while learning English and graduated top of her class.

                        If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                        I would bring one of my favorite books, probably one about mental strength. I would also bring underwear. Lastly, I would bring a hair tie, because my hair is a pain.

                        Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
                        Ben from Season 35. I am physically strong, assertive, but quiet and observant as well.

                        What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                        My first season I watched was Season 35, Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers. I thought I could definitely dominate this experience and win. If I would've seen this show earlier, I would've applied years ago.

                        Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                        I am an elite athlete. I would win many challenges and would be a great asset to the team. I was born and lived in rural Vietnam until I was 9 years old so my natural survival skills are impeccable. I've sold cars for a living and can convince people of what they want and need.

                        Being a fighter, I'm a great strategist. Before a fight, besides the physical training, we watch and study film on our opponents to assess and strategize how to defeat them. Most of all, I am adaptable.

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                        • #13


                          Biography

                          Age: 31
                          Hometown: Dallas, Ft. Worth, Texas
                          Current residence: Longview, Texas
                          Occupation: Kitchen Staff

                          Hobbies: Gardening and growing my own food, horseback riding (haven't had horses for a few years though), and cooking down to earth but fantastic food.

                          Pet peeves: Oh, I hate lazy people. And people that don't have a lick of common sense—I would call them stupid. Momma always said to use your noodle—God gave it to you for a reason. Boring and dull pisses me off too. Oh and whiners—I can't stand whining!

                          Three words to describe you: Hardworking, unique, and crazy.

                          What's your personal claim to fame?
                          Being a mom. I pushed two girls out with no pain meds. I was a beast! Also, winning three state championships in Kentucky 4-H with my poor horses. Developing and managing the most successful program at Redcloud, "JAW," which was an intense discipleship program for high schoolers, to teach work ethic, service, Bible, and riding instructing skills.

                          Who or what is your inspiration in life?

                          My brother Josh. He is in the U.S. military. Everything he does is out of love and pride for our country and the people in it. He loves and adores his family and is fiercely loyal to his faith and God. We were best friends growing up and we talked about everything. As we each have our own families now, we don't talk as much, but I love him more than ever. And I literally think of him anytime I am going through a struggle and I remember to keep pushing and don't quit!

                          If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                          My hat. I feel naked without my hat. Like I would wear my genuine wool lined raccoon hat to church when I was 11. My mom would sometimes try to get me to take it off, but it ended in a blow up fight. I wore my hat during labor and delivery for my two daughters, and also during my surgical C section with my son. I sure had to convince the surgeon to allow my hat in that operating room.

                          And chocolate. Every girl who has ever had a period needs chocolate. It's also good for sad, or happy, or mad, or hungry.
                          Finally, a notebook and a pencil. So I could keep track of my thoughts and plans better. Especially without someone to bounce ideas off of—I would not want to forget something obvious.

                          Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
                          Big Tom from Africa. He was a redneck, funny, knows more about farming than current culture. Also, Sandra Diaz-Twine, who was passionate, smart, played the game hard, and objective.

                          What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                          Being true to who I am and pursuing my dreams. No matter how crazy. It's not crazy if it's something you want to do. I can't stand the idea of living with regrets. I want to LIVE my life. The craziest/stupidest thing someone could do would be to love cautiously and in fear. Pursue your dream, who knows it may come true.

                          I can win! Like I believe I will win, if I get to hear Jeff say the words, "Welcome to Survivor, here are your buffs." I watched my first episode during Australia and loved it. Even as a kid, I knew I was made for this show. And that I could win and make all of us southerners proud!

                          Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                          I will be liked and needed by all especially at the beginning, the provider role. I will develop relationships with unlikely people and help bring cultures and ages together. I will be competitive in challenges. I am strong and don't quit. I didn't quit through my season of depression. Just kept putting one foot in front of the other. Didn't rely on feelings, but logic. I defend people and injustices. People talk to me because I am trustworthy. I have watched enough of the game to know how it is played, but not so fanatic about it that I am a geek. I just LOVE the show. I love strategy and don't mind cutting ties if it benefits me, even if it is hard. I have moved all over the planet and it all worked out.

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                          • #14


                            Biography

                            Age: 25
                            Hometown: St. Augustine, Florida
                            Current residence: Denver
                            Occupation: Technical Writer

                            Hobbies: Hiking, binge-watching cooking shows but never cooking, reading too many online reviews before I commit to anything.

                            Pet peeves: Loud chewers, people who are wrong about facts but think they are right, people who lack self-awareness.

                            Three words to describe you: Excitable, intelligent, and empathetic.

                            What's your personal claim to fame?
                            Going from a couch potato to an adventure-seeker who sometimes gets off the couch to hike mountains, including 14ers (mountains over 14,000 feet)!

                            Who or what is your inspiration in life?
                            Anyone brave enough to: be vulnerable, love with their whole heart, or speak out against injustice. Any anyone brave enough to rock bangs.

                            If you could have three things on the island what would they be and why?
                            A phone to call my family and friends for love and advice. A journal so I could record my thoughts and plot out strategy. A mirror because I'd be scared something would be in my teeth the entire time and no one would tell me.

                            Which Survivor contestant are you most like?
                            I relate to Aubry because she is both smart and emotionally intelligent. I am prone to tear-filled moments like Dawn. And I'm flirty like Parvati... if she were bad at flirting and only nerdy guys liked her.

                            What's your reason for being on Survivor?
                            Human psychology and social dynamics fascinate me, and I'm excited to insert myself into the craziest experiment out there. I simultaneously love and hate pushing myself out of my comfort zone. I want to see if I can rise above the mental, emotional, and physical turmoil found in this game.

                            Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor?
                            I have the knowledge of the game, but I'm social enough to hide it and not be a (complete) dork. I'm an emotional, empathetic person who happens to have the capacity for analytical thinking. My balance between brain and heart will win me allies and a million dollars.

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                            • #15
                              Hmmmm a lot of older contestants this time.

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