Boston Rob Mariano and Sandra Diaz-Twine, seen here in the Survivor forecast: Island of Idols, will return to compete on Survivor 40, the season for everyone.
The cast of Survivor The 40th season is preparing to start competing in Fiji, which means that the identity of the 20 players – all of whom are former Survivor winners – have been discovered and revealed online.
The cast – which is listed below, has to be organized by season — includes 10 men and 10 women, and is very heavy towards the recent seasons that broadcast over the past eight years. Last year: All winners from seasons 22 to 37, with two exceptions, have been cast. (Exceptions: 26 year old winner John Cochran and 30 season winner Mike Holloway.) T
Citing support from Survivor Spoiler Sucks, which is “SurvivorsUnite,” Martin Holmes, Inside Survivor's, published a list of “the 20 cast rumors.” T
Much older than the recent Survivor is cast: the average age of the players is 37.8, and almost half of the cast – nine people – are in their 40s.
Although there are some early winners, the first winner of the show, Richard Hatch, is not on the cast. (Previously we competed on Survivor Borneo and Survivor All-Stars.) Hatch said that she had not yet returned to compete. In response to fan questions, he tweeted, “I hadn't been invited to play.” T
Hatch too He said as “no idea why,” and when someone suggested that he had to do with this event during Survivor All-Stars in 2004, he wrote, “There has never been any sexual assault or touch; of any kind. Oy! That was reviewed (4 cameras) and examined 15 years ago. How anyone believes that anything has ever been to that invalid claim is staggering. ”
Although they have just spent 39 days living on an island as part of Survivor: Island of the Idols, the season that will fly this fall, Sandra Diaz-Twine and “Boston Rob” Mariano returns.
Their relationship to their bond can come to play, and so too relationship Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich – all, they are married and have four children with each other.
There are no other details yet about this season, such as one that will have a theme beyond Survivor winners / champions, like Heroes vs.. Villains 2.
Although it wouldn't be consistent with the address the game has taken in recent years, I'd like to see Survivor using his 20th birthday to return to the r t original game: two spoons, challenges to tribes and, later, individual immunity; union; last two.
That is, I loved seeing a season without the many benefits that players have come to expect – and that some recent winners have taken full advantage of the game and are used to it. I suspect that this won't happen, but a fan of Survivor can dream.
Cast Survivor 40
Here are the 20 people competing on Survivor 40.
I have arranged an Inside Survivor list below in chronological order according to the season (first) each player has won.
Ethan Zohn, 45, Survivor Africa (term 3, 2001)
Sandra Diaz-Twine, 44, Survivors of Pearl Islands (term 7, 2003, a Survivor Heroes vs Villains (season 20, 2010)
Amber Brkich Mariano, 40, Survivor All-Stars (term 8, 2004)
Danni Boatwright, 43, Survivor Guatemala (term 11, 2005)
Yul Kwon, 44, Cook Survivor Islands (term 13, 2006)
Bas parvati, 36, Survivor Micronesia (term 16, 2008)
Rob Mariano, 43, Survivor Redemption Island (term 22, 2011)
Sophie Clarke, 29, Survivor South Pacific (term 23, 2011)
Kim Spradlin, 36, One World Survivor (term 24, 2012)
Denise Stapley, 48, Survivor Philippines (term 25, 2012)
Tyson Apostol, 39, Blood Survivor vs Water (term 27, 2013)
Tony Vlachos, 45, Survivor Cagayan (season 28, 2014)
Natalie Anderson, 33, Survivor San Juan Del Sur (term 29, 2014)
Jeremy Collins, 41, Survivor of Cambodia (term 31, 2015)
Michele Fitzgerald, 29, Survivor Kaô Rōng (term 32, 2016)
Adam Klein, 28, Survivor Millennials vs Gen. X (term 33, 2016)
Sarah Lacina, 35, Survivor: Game Friends (season 34, 2017)
Ben Driebergen, 36, Survivor: Heroes against Healers vs Hustlers (term 35, 2017)
Wendell Holland, 35, Survivor: Ghost Island (term 36, 2018)
Nick Wilson, 28, Survivor David vs Goliath (term 37, 2018)