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‘Survivor 41’ cast announcement: Jeff Probst unveils ‘really likable group’ of 18 diverse castaways

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    Marcus James Dixon
    Jan 22nd, 2011

    While unveiling the “Survivor 41” cast announcement on Monday, host Jeff Probst proclaims, “I cannot remember a time when I’ve been this excited to launch a new season of ‘Survivor.'” The 41st season of CBS’s long-running reality TV show was delayed more than a year due to Covid-19, but it will finally hit the airwaves on Wednesday, September 22. “‘Survivor 41’ features a really likable group of savvy ‘Survivor’ players and they are in for the most intense, most difficult and most dangerous season we’ve ever done,” says the four-time Emmy-winning host. “We know we have the most loyal fans of any show on television, and we are pumped to bring them a new, exciting season of ‘Survivor!'”

    SEE Everything to know about ‘Survivor 41’

    At the start of the competition, the 18 all-new “Survivor” Season 41 cast members will be divided into three tribes of six players each. They all come from “diverse backgrounds” but have the same goal in mind: to outwit, outplay and outlast. Who will win the $1 million grand prize at the end of the 26 days and join the show’s winner’s list? Read their descriptions below or click here to see their photos.

    Brad Reese
    Age: 50
    Hometown: Shawnee, WY
    Current Residence: Shawnee, WY
    Occupation: Rancher

    Danny McCray
    Age: 33
    Hometown: Houston, TX
    Current Residence: Frisco, TX
    Occupation: Ex-NFL Player

    David Voce
    Age: 35
    Hometown: Highland, CA
    Current Residence: Chicago, IL
    Occupation: Neurosurgeon

    Deshawn Radden
    Age: 26
    Hometown: San Bernardino, CA
    Current Residence: Miami, FL
    Occupation: Medical Student

    Eric Abraham
    Age: 51
    Hometown: Atlanta, GA
    Current Residence: San Antonio, TX
    Occupation: Cyber Security Analyst

    Erika Casupanan
    Age: 32
    Hometown: Niagara Falls, Ontario
    Current Residence: Toronto, Ontario
    Occupation: Communications Manager

    Evvie Jagoda
    Age: 28
    Hometown: Westchester, NY
    Current Residence: Arlington, MA
    Occupation: PHD student

    Genie Chen
    Age: 46
    Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
    Current Residence: Portland, OR
    Occupation: Grocery clerk

    Heather Aldret
    Age: 52
    Hometown: Charleston, SC
    Current Residence: Charleston, SC
    Occupation: Stay at Home Mom

    Jairus Robinson
    Age: 20
    Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK
    Current Residence: Oklahoma City, OK
    Occupation: College Student

    Liana Wallace
    Age: 20
    Hometown: Evanston, IL
    Current Residence: Washington, DC
    Occupation: College Student

    Naseer Muttalif
    Age: 37
    Hometown: Sri Lanka
    Current Residence: Morgan Hill, CA
    Occupation: Sales Manager

    Ricard Foye
    Age: 31
    Hometown: Lynnwood, WA
    Current Residence: Sedro-Woolley, WA
    Occupation: Flight Attendant

    Sara Wilson
    Age: 24
    Hometown: Sherman Oaks, CA
    Current Residence: Boston, MA
    Occupation: Healthcare Consultant

    Shantel Smith
    Age: 34
    Hometown: Toronto, Canada
    Current Residence: Washington, DC
    Occupation: Pastor

    Sydney Segal
    Age: 26
    Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
    Current Residence: Brooklyn, NY
    Occupation: Law Student

    Tiffany Seely
    Age: 47
    Hometown: Forest Hills, Queens, NY
    Current Residence: Plainview, NY
    Occupation: Teacher

    Xander Hastings
    Age: 21
    Hometown: Jacksonville, FL
    Current Residence: Chicago, IL
    Occupation: App Developer

    SEE ‘Survivor’ deaths: Remembering Sunday Burquest and 8 other castaways we’ve lost

    In a “Survivor” first, CBS reveals that “Probst will take viewers inside the action, addressing the audience directly throughout the season, even letting fans in on some twists before the players are made aware.” In addition, “Survivor” fans can play the new “Game within the Game” every week, an interactive experience in which they’ll have to solve hidden puzzles within each episode.

    Addressing the new 26-day game (as opposed to the 39-day game fans have grown accustomed to), Probst explains, “So that means it is a very fast pace. It does force the players to make bigger decision. So there will be new advantages. And there will be some controversial twists.” He adds, “The game is kind of like the monster in a horror movie. When it’s chasing you in the kitchen you don’t stop and ask where it came from or how it got its powers. You just try to outwit it, outplay it, outlast it, because otherwise if you don’t kill the monster, the monster will kill you.”

    As usual, the show takes place on the beautiful islands of Fiji, the official home of “Survivor” for the past several years now. CBS teases, “The unpredictable, accelerated pace will test even the strongest super-fan, as supplies are minimal, reward challenges are scarce, and players find themselves faced with advantages that could significantly help their game or, just as easily, extinguish their torch.” Who’s ready?!

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    May 20th, 2011

    Just looking at them I can just guess that we have a really smart group

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