“Fabio” Bizra won the Survivor: Nicaragua crown. His tribe members gave him the nickname “Fabio” for his striking good looks. At 21, he was the youngest player to ever win Sole Survivor. Known as the resident goofball, he kept fellow castaways and audiences laughing and built his standing at the Final Tribal Council. He won by a close margin, 5-4-0. Fabio was a professional model pre-Survivor and has done some acting since.
He’s a drummer in a band called Space Funk Odyssey and considered doing some stand-up post- Survivor. He bought a farm for his dad and a condo for himself with his winnings.
Michele strategically tapped her social acumen to be named Sole Survivor with a 5-2-0 vote on Survivor: Kaôh Rōng. Scoring a critical Final Immunity Challenge edged her over the top. Returning to "Survivor: Winners at War," the Jersey girl came in third as the second runner up with grit and sheer determination. In all, Michele won a record 13 challenges, tying with Natalie.
Michele was one of the youngest Survivor contestants and she used the winnings to pay for her car. She has a BA in communications and currently, she works as a travel agent.
Heidi Strobel is well-remembered for stripping naked with Jenna Morasca for Oreo cookies on "Survivor: The Amazon." Both landed Playboy spreads after taking the challenge. Heidi suffered serious ailments living on the island. A spider bite caused her temporary paralysis and parasites led to kidney failure. She finished the competition in 5th place. In better news, she met and married baseball player Cole Hamels they have four children and used to live on a lake ranch in Missouri.
The couple donated the property to a nonprofit called Camp Barnabas for a camp for people with chronic diseases and other needs.
Viewers loved Kelley. When she got voted off of the San Juan del Sur competition after a detrimental tribe switch sabotaged her lead, fans voted her back. She got a second chance on "Survivor: Cambodia" where she tried a more aggressive approach. Edge of Extinction was her final shot, but she was eliminated ahead of the Final Tribal Council. Kelley originally auditioned for "The Amazing Race" with her father, Dale Wentworth.
Instead, Survivor producers snatched the pair to their side for "Survivor: San Juan del Sur." The two battled it out on separate teams until the fatal switch that sent her to her father’s team.
Four-time Survivor contender Cirie Fields was one of the most-liked and most successful castaways. In real life, she is a nurse and mother of three, but on the islands, she brandished other skills like resilience, analytics, and a deft social savviness. She joined Survivor for the prizes and contended on "Survivor: Panama, Micronesia, Heroes vs. Villains," and "Game Changers."
Cirie scored a GMC Yukon being voted “most popular” by viewers. Upon being voted out of "Game Changers," her very last shot at the title, she sobbed explaining that she had to miss her son’s graduation to play. Producers brought the boy to the island as a heartwarming surprise.