Here, we present full tribe and individual photos as well as bio information on each contestant. I also hate quitters! Find a way to get something done!
A charismatic leader, Russell's leadership in Samoa saw his Galu tribe dominate Foa Foathough he was abruptly pulled from the game in one of the show's most frightening medical evacuations due to severe dehydration. His return performance in Philippines as a member of the ill-fated Matsing tribe was less flattering, as he was perceived by some of his tribemates as domineering and lacking in self-awareness. However, he is remembered for his genuine passion for the game, and for his considerable bad luck.
In Redemption Islandhe became infamous for proudly boasting of his former life as a federal agent, though his blustering demeanor, social unawareness and penchant for malapropisms seemed to belie these claims. This made him a favored tool of eventual winner Rob Marianowho correctly identified him as an easy goat to take to Final Tribal Council. He ultimately lost to Rob by an vote, only receiving one vote to win thus placing 2nd.
Survivor cast list, including photos of the actors when available. This list includes all of the Survivor main actors and actressesso if they are an integral part of the show you'll find them below. You can various bits of trivia about these Survivor stars, such as where the actor was born and what their year of birth is.
Here, we present full tribe and individual photos as well as bio information on each contestant. It was not an easy path to take and even though I dealt with personal challenges, I continued to stay focused on my goal. What is that life?
Phillip Sheppard born March 12, is a United States Army veteran  and the chief executive officer of a software company,  who is best known for his appearances on the U. Sheppard lives in Santa Monica, California. From toSheppard worked for the Defense Investigative Service.
Though originally a member of the winless and destitute Ravu tribe, Earl built a lasting alliancemost notably including Yau-Man Chan. His charisma, likability, and natural leadership skills earned him the title of Sole Survivor, as he became the first person to win the jury vote unanimously and the second African-American to win Survivor. He is currently a Senior Advertising Executive who creates and manages new media strategies, brand marketing and advertising budgets for major accounts.
When Millennials vs. Gen X kicked off with the back-to-back boots of two Asian contestants, debates of racism broke out in the fandom. In a show as tightly edited as Survivorthere are never easy answers, and even in its 33rd season, the sample sizes are too small to draw definitive conclusions, but Jeff Pitman produced a chart that shows this issue is only getting worse.