Survivor: Worlds Apart cast

105141_D01328bThe cast for Survivor: Worlds Apart was revealed last week, comprising the show’s 30th season.

Built around the theme Blue Collar v White Collar v No Collar, they include a corporate executive, marketing director, postal worker, oil driller, coconut salesman, and a ‘YouTube sensation.’

Again filmed in Nicaragua, it begins with a 90-minute February 25th in the US and should screen in Australia on GO! (Feb 26 to be confirmed).

White Collar (Masaya Tribe)
Tyler Fredrickson, 33
Current Residence: Los Angeles
Occupation: Ex-Talent Agent Assistant

So Kim, 31
Current Residence: Long Beach, Calif.
Occupation: Retail Buyer

Carolyn Rivera, 52
Current Residence: Tampa, Fla.
Occupation: Corporate Executive

Max Dawson, Ph.D., 37
Current Residence: Topanga, Calif.
Occupation: Media Consultant

Shirin Oskooi, 31
Current Residence: San Francisco
Occupation: Yahoo Executive

Joaquin Souberbielle, 27
Current Residence: Valley Stream, N.Y.
Occupation: Marketing Director

Blue Collar (Escameca Tribe)
Kelly Remington, 44
Current Residence: Grand Island, N.Y.
Occupation: State Trooper

Sierra Dawn Thomas, 27
Current Residence: Roy, Utah
Occupation: Barrel Racer
Mike Holloway, 38
Current Residence: North Richland Hills, Texas
Occupation: Oil Driller

Lindsey Cascaddan, 24
Current Residence: College Park, Fla.
Occupation: Hairdresser

Dan Foley, 47
Current Residence: Gorham, Maine
Occupation: Postal Worker

Rodney Lavoie Jr., 24
Current Residence: Boston
Occupation: General Contractor


No Collar (Nargarote)
Jenn Brown, 22
Current Residence: Long Beach, Calif.
Occupation: Sailing Instructor

Hali Ford, 25
Current Residence: San Francisco
Occupation: Law Student

Joe Anglim, 25
Current Residence: Scottsdale, Ariz.
Occupation: Jewelry Designer

Nina Poersch, 51
Current Residence: Palmdale, Calif.
Occupation: Hearing Advocate

Vince Sly, 32
Current Residence: Santa Monica, Calif.|
Occupation: Coconut Vendor

Will Sims II, 41
Current Residence: Sherman Oaks, Calif.
Occupation: YouTube Sensation

Source: Hollywood Reporter

10 Comments:

  1. @sky11 – I didn’t say the season as a whole was terrible, I said most of the recruits (people that don’t apply to the show, but are plucked by casting off the street, from modelling headshots, acting pools, internal CBS database of videos sent to other programs etc) in the cast were mostly terrible and had little clue what they were doing out there (Natalie being the big exception).

  2. Almost half the cast are out of California or New York which screams Recruit-heavy season to me again, hopefully this bunch of recruits are much better at playing the game than last year’s collection who were, in the main, terrible.

  3. I remember taking about this show with my friend when I was in high school. So long ago now.

    As someone who would be classified as white-collar I have my fingers crossed that the white-collar aren’t arrogant about being white collar.

  4. Love love love survivor as its coming back for its 30th season, although i did apply to be a contestant back when it was season 18, was disappointed that i didn’t get in but at least got a call back. Such an amazing show, can’t wait for it to start

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