Aubry is a 3-time Survivor contestant who took the challenge in “Kaôh Rōng, Game Changers,” and “Edge of Extinction.” As a Survivor superfan, she was thrilled to be asked back two times. Her strength as a strategic player worked well for her, but her social game held her back. After a total of 111 days played, Aubry failed to bring home a Survivor win.
The Brown University honors grad is a social media marketing expert. She started a podcast called “Odd with Aubry” in 2017.
The second African American contestant to win Sole Survivor is Earl Cole. He was also the first unanimous jury winner. His feat is attributed to a winning personality and strong leadership skills. Earl was recruited for "Survivor: Fiji" just two days before production. Far from being a superfan, he joined the show in 2007 without ever having watched it. The marketing pro is an entertainment industry entrepreneur who is also a musical entertainer.
He was asked back to Survivor five times, but the popular castaway declined each time. He is also a philanthropist and runs a global charitable foundation.
With a theoretical computer science degree and a law degree from Yale, Yul is quite possibly the most intelligent Survivor contestant. The high school valedictorian masterfully achieved the Sole Survivor title at Cook Islands, in large part, by strategically wiring the Aitu Four alliance to snag the win. Yul also competed on "Survivor: Winners at War."
On Cook Islands, Yul endured his share of Asian jokes. He had the last laugh as People ranked him “Sexiest Men Alive.” Yul was Extra TV’s “Most Eligible Bachelors” until he married girlfriend Sophie Tan in April 2008. He’s worked for Facebook’s privacy team.
Richard Hatch is the first-ever Sole Survivor taking it all at the 2000 Survivor: Borneo challenge. His cunning play set him apart as a villain. He was nominated “Best Villain” but came in second to Jonny Fairplay. Later, he settled for the fourteenth place in All-Stars. In 2010, Richard was named a Survivor Hall of Famer. The real estate agent and corporate trainer and consultant also competed on "Celebrity Apprentice" and "The Biggest Loser."
Ironically, the reality show contestant’s $1 million prizes resulted in a jail sentence. He served 51 months for not paying taxes on his winnings.
Jenna Morasca’s 2003 Sole Survivor title on "Survivor: The Amazon" led to modeling at Playboy and a pro wrestling career at Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. She also hosted Survivor Live for the duration of its run. Jenna met Ethan Zohn after her Amazon win and they began dating. Together, they competed on "The Amazing Race," Food Network’s "Dinner: Impossible" and "Celebrity Apprentice."
They called it quits after 10 years. Jenna tried it again in "Survivor: All-Stars" but left the show early to be with her mom who was dying of cancer. Her mom died eight days after she got home.