Posts Tagged ‘Cast’

Billy Garcia || Survivor Cook Islands

The meaning of life is to live. If you are not living your life then your life has no meaning. So dream big and live the life!

I was born in New York City and raised in Miami. I joined the Marines straight out of North Miami High School and studied guitar, music, and Entertainment Business at the FAME Institute in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. I also attended the University of Miami and BMCC in New York City as well as The Hollywood Film Institute! That was fun, I actually learned something for a change AND I’m a graduated/certified Movie Producer AND Cinema Director/Independent Filmmaker! That just sounds so sweet to my ears.

Maralyn Hershey || Survivor Australian Outback

Maralyn Hershey spent 26 years with the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C., having become one of the first women to be assigned to street patrol. Over the course of her tenure, she was promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant to Captain and ultimately, Inspector. She is most proud of her promotion from Captain to Inspector, when she served as Commanding Officer of MPD Communications 911 for Washington, D.C. She retired in May of 1996.

Sandy K. Burgin || Survivor Tocantins

Sandy Burgin (53)
Hometown: Louisville, Ky.
Occupation: Bus Driver

A country girl through and through, Sandy Burgin grew up and still lives in Kentucky, where she takes pride in being the state champion of the School Bus Rodeo. A night owl by occupation, Sandy works the graveyard shift transporting construction workers to their work sites. As a professional driver for 30 years, she isn’t a stranger to cat calls, especially since she is the one doing it.

John G Raymond || Survivor Thailand

Born and raised in New Orleans, John Raymond attended high school in Springfield, Louisiana. Moving to Illinois, he received a Bachelor of Theology from Oregon Bible College (majoring in Counseling and Pastoral Ministry). He simultaneously received an Associate degree of Liberal Arts from Rock Valley Junior College, where he was on the college speech team.

John is currently the Executive Pastor at a church of 2,700 members. He leads the pastoral counseling department, runs the adult education program and has developed a network of 50 small relationship groups.

Steve “Chicken” Morris || Survivor China

Steve “Chicken” Morris was born in Marion, Virginia, and grew up on a commercial farm, where he has worked with poultry since he was 13 years old. He is a single parent who raised his three children, Tyychelle and twins Dee Ann and Jessica, on his own.

Morris currently manages the farm, where they produce all natural eggs and chickens along with grass-fed beef, pork and turkey. He also runs a store on the property. He previously worked as a bouncer, a fish culturist for the Fish & Game Department, a security officer and a logger. He enjoys hunting, fishing, camping and riding ATVs. He describes himself as outgoing and someone who lives on the edge. He enjoys country and bluegrass music. His favorite sport is baseball. He is a member of the Rich Valley Fair Association and the Abingdon Farmers Market Board.

Morris currently resides in Marion, Virginia. He had four dogs, Zek, Cluck, Poke and Eli. His birth date is September 2, 1959.

Sean Rector || Survivor Marquesas

Sean Rector was born and raised in Harlem, New York.  He attended boarding school at Milton S. Hershey School in Hershey, Pennsylvania, before moving to Albany to obtain his Bachelor of Arts degree in theater and psychology from the State University of New York.

Rector currently works as a junior high teacher in South Central Los Angeles.  He is also the school’s head basketball coach and works with the school’s drama club.  Previously, he has worked as a specialist for a homeless shelter, a clerk on the stock exchange and a school counselor. 

Cristina Coria || Survivor Cook Islands

Cristina Coria was born and raised in Santa Monica, California, and grew up in a family of police officers who worked for the Santa Monica Police Department. At the age of 12, Coria lost her father when he was shot and killed in an unsolved murder. After her father died, her mother raised her and her four siblings all by herself.

Coria started her career in law enforcement at the age of 14. She was a Santa Monica police explorer, police cadet, parking enforcement officer, community service officer, Santa Monica College police officer and then Santa Monica police officer.

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