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Survivor 5 Thailand - Sneak Peek - Part 2

Survivor 5 Thailand - Sneak Peek - Part 2 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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It's almost time for everyone's fave reality TV show Survivor on CBS. Get ready to light your Tiki torches and pick your winners. Here's some dirt on the Survivors to help ya decide before it starts! - Page 2

Previously, we gave you the 411 on eight of new 16 survivors from the upcoming Survivor Thailand series and now we'd like to introduce you to the other eight contestants competing for the million and the title of Sole Survivor. Now you'll know all 16 survivors a little better before the first episode of Survivor Thailand even airs on September 19th. Check 'em out and amaze your friends with your facts during Survivor night!

Survivor Thailand, John Raymond!
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1Name: John Raymond
Age: 40
Job: Pastor (Amen!)
Lives: Slidell, LA
Hitched: Yes, married.
Luxury Item: Christian flag (This is a pretty useful item that can be used as a tarp. Colby Donaldson brought a flag as his luxury item on Survivor Australia.)
Useless Fact: John Raymond's fave shows are Survivor and JAG.

Survivor Thailand, Ken Stafford.
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1Name: Ken Stafford
Age: 30
Job: NYC Police Officer
Lives: Brooklyn, NY
Hitched: No, Ken's single (and kinda cute too!)
Luxury Item: NYPD Badge (Until we got to his luxury item, I thought he looked like a good candidate. What's he gonna do, flash his badge and threaten arrests if he's voted out?)
Useless Fact: Ken Stafford's fave snack foods are Snickers and Doritos. (Looks like he's hoping to get some commercial work for Snickers or Doritos who've both been sponsors. Lemme guess... his fave drink is Mountain Dew and he drives a Pontiac Aztec.)

Survivor Thailand, Penny Ramsey.
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1Name: Penny Ramsey
Age: 27
Job: Pharmaceutical Sales
Lives: Plano, TX
Hitched: Yes, engaged (Sorry guys.)
Luxury Item: Pajamas (Being warm at night is important for a good night's sleep so it's a decent pick.)
Useless Fact: Penny Ramsey was a cheerleader for the University of Maryland and was on the cover of America Cheerleader Magazine in February of 1995.

Survivor Thailand, Robb Zbacnik.
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1Name: Robb Zbacnik
Age: 23
Job: Bartender
Lives: Scottsdale, AZ
Hitched: No... single (Looks like a bad-boy if you're into them!)
Luxury Item: Skateboard (He can't skate on the beach but it could be a used as a cart.)
Useless Fact: In 1999, Cosmo named Robb Zbacnik the most eligible bachelor in Arizona. (Isn't that a yummy little tidbit!)

Survivor Thailand, Shii Ann Huang.
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1Name: Shii Ann Huang
Age: 28
Job: Executive Recruiter
Lives: New York, NY
Hitched: No, single.
Luxury Item: Lucky traveling bag from China (Only time will tell if it's "lucky" but a bag could be useful.)
Useless Fact: Shii Ann Huang raised a sheep for Future Farmers of America (BAAAHHH!)

Survivor Thailand, Stephanie Dill.
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1Name: Stephanie Dill
Age: 29
Job: Firefighter
Lives: Fayetteville, AZ
Hitched: No, single
Luxury Item: Fuzzy slippers (I guess they'll keep her warm but it's a pretty lame choice.)
Useless Fact: Stephanie Dill has two doggies named Jiggs and Ben.

Survivor Thailand, Tanya Vance.
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1Name: Tanya Vance
Age: 27
Job: Social worker
Lives: Kingsport, TN
Hitched: No, single.
Luxury Item: Brush (It might seem useless but past Survivors have lost a lot of hair from knots.)
Useless Fact: Tanya Vance is a big fan of football.

Survivor Thailand, Ted Rogers, Jr.
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1Name: Ted Rogers, Jr.
Age: 37
Job: Software developer
Lives: Durham, NC
Hitched: Yup, married.
Luxury Item: Shaving kit (Ted obviously shaves his head but blades could definitely be useful for other stuff too.)
Useless Fact: Ted Rogers, Jr. played football in pre-season for the Dallas Cowboys in 1994.

So now you have the scoop on all 16 Survivors. What do you think? Do you think you can pick a winner before Survivor Thailand starts? and we'll post it!

  • Check back for more Survivor Thailand dirt in the weeks to come. And don't forget to watch Survivor Thailand on September 19th, 8:00 PM on CBS.

    1Shii Ann is surely gonna win. It is about time Survivor had some diversity. Go Shii Ann Huang!!

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