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Who were the last ten Survivor winners?

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1.Sandra Diaz Twine, 2.Natalie White, 3.James "J.T." Thomas, Jr., 4.Robert (Bob) Crowley, 5.Parvati Shallow, 6.Todd Herzog , 7.Earl Cole, 8.Yul Kwon, 9.Aras Baskauskas, 10.Danni Boatwright

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Survivor: Samoa is the nineteenth season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor. The season premiered on Thursday, September 17, 2009.

Participant applications were due by January 14, 2009. Approximately 800 might have been invited to be interviewed in several states. Following this, approximately 48 semi-finalists were invited to Los Angeles in April 2009 for final interviews with the producers. From there, 20 finalists were selected to be contestants in the show, which was scheduled to occur between mid June and mid-July 2009 in Samoa. Similar to Survivor: Tocantins, the minimum age requirement for this season was 18 for most states.

Aras Baskauskas (born September 26, 1981) was the winner of Survivor: Panama and a contestant on Survivor: Blood vs. Water. He is of Lithuanian descent, holding Lithuanian and American citizenship.

The maternal grandson of Days of our Lives actor Macdonald Carey, Baskauskas appeared on the show in 1987 as one of the children listening to Dr. Tom Horton (played by Carey) read the Christmas story.

Todd Herzog (born January 29, 1985) was the $1,000,000 winner of the 15th season of Survivor, Survivor: China. He is also the second openly gay male contestant to win Survivor, following Richard Hatch's win in Survivor: Borneo. In late 2013, Herzog is due to appear on the television show Dr. Phil due to an alcoholism problem and was considered to be "closer to death than any Dr. Phil guest".


Sandra Diaz

Earl Cole (born April 9, 1971 in Kansas City, Kansas) was the $1,000,000 winner of the reality television series Survivor: Fiji. He is an entrepreneur, producer, philanthropist and former California advertising executive.


Robert (Bob) Crowley Thomas , Jr. Diaz Twine

Parvati Shallow (born September 21, 1982 in Vero Beach, Florida) was the $1,000,000 winner of the reality television series Survivor: Micronesia after receiving votes from Eliza Orlins, Jason Siska, Alexis Jones, Natalie Bolton, and Cirie Fields. She had previously competed in Survivor: Cook Islands where she placed sixth, and later was the runner-up in Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. From July 5, 2011 to December 2011, Parvati starred in CBS' Around the World For Free. She is also the host of the Survivor After Show on CBS.com, a weekly web-exclusive series where she interviews the voted off Survivors and chats with other special guests such as former Survivors.

Yul Kwon (born February 14, 1975) is an American television host and former government official, lawyer, and management consultant based in Virginia. He first gained national recognition as the winner of the reality TV show Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006. He is currently hosting the TV series America Revealed on PBS as well as LinkAsia on Link TV.

Parvati Shallow (born September 21, 1982 in Vero Beach, Florida) was the $1,000,000 winner of the reality television series Survivor: Micronesia after receiving votes from Eliza Orlins, Jason Siska, Alexis Jones, Natalie Bolton, and Cirie Fields. She had previously competed in Survivor: Cook Islands where she placed sixth, and later was the runner-up in Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. From July 5, 2011 to December 2011, Parvati starred in CBS' Around the World For Free. She is also the host of the Survivor After Show on CBS.com, a weekly web-exclusive series where she interviews the voted off Survivors and chats with other special guests such as former Survivors.

J. T. Thomas

Aras Baskauskas (born September 26, 1981) was the winner of Survivor: Panama and a contestant on Survivor: Blood vs. Water. He is of Lithuanian descent, holding Lithuanian and American citizenship.

The maternal grandson of Days of our Lives actor Macdonald Carey, Baskauskas appeared on the show in 1987 as one of the children listening to Dr. Tom Horton (played by Carey) read the Christmas story.

Yul Kwon (born February 14, 1975) is an American television host and former government official, lawyer, and management consultant based in Virginia. He first gained national recognition as the winner of the reality TV show Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006. He is currently hosting the TV series America Revealed on PBS as well as LinkAsia on Link TV.

Danni Boatwright Wiegmann (born July 13, 1975), a beauty queen and model from Kansas, won $1,000,000 on Survivor: Guatemala, the eleventh season of the reality television show Survivor.

Boatwright was born in Tonganoxie, Kansas. She represented Kansas at the nationally televised Miss Teen USA and Miss USA pageants, and is one of the most successful delegates to compete in both competitions.

Boatwright Cole

Herzog is a German hereditary title held by one who rules a territorial duchy, exercises feudal authority over an estate called a duchy, or possesses a right by law or tradition, to be referred to by the ducal title. The word is usually translated by the English duke and the Latin Dux. Generally, a duke ranks below a king and above a count. Whether the title is deemed higher or lower than titles translated into English as "prince" (Fürst) has depended upon the language, country and era in which the titles co-existed.

Kwon

A celebrity is a person, who has a prominent profile and commands some degree of public fascination and influence in day-to-day media. The term is often synonymous with wealth (commonly denoted as a person with fame and fortune), implied with great popular appeal, prominence in a particular field, and is easily recognized by the general public.

Various careers within the fields of sports and entertainment are commonly associated with celebrity status. These fields have produced prominent figures within these two industries.

Television is one of the major mass media of the United States. Household ownership is 96.7% and the majority of households have more than one. Its peak was the 1996-1997 season with 98.4% ownership. [1] As a whole, the television networks of the United States are the largest and most syndicated in the world.

As of August 2013, there are approximately 114,200,000 American households with television.

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