Take a look below for our list of 10 of the most dominant survivor players.
1. Ozzy Lusth
Oscar “Ozzy” Lusth is an American reality show veteran contestant who has appeared on several shows, including Survivor: Cook Islands; Survivor: Micronesia; and Survivor: South Pacific. He also competed in the 34th edition of Survivor: Game Changers and the second season of American Ninja Warrior.
2. Joe Anglim
Joe found himself in a good position during the early stages of Worlds Apart due to his alliance with Hali Ford and Jenn Brown. Despite being targeted after being separated from his allies at the Tribe Switch, he was spared at the last vote before the merge. Following the merge, however, he became the main target to the majority Escameca Alliance. Despite managing to stave off elimination for a few rounds by going on a short immunity run, it came to an end at the final ten. Although he attempted to save himself by attempting to trick Mike Holloway with a fake idol, Mike had the real idol and saw Joe as a strategic threat, resulting in his elimination.
3. Rob Mariano
Robert Carlo “Rob” Mariano (also known as Boston Rob) is the Sole Survivor of Survivor: Redemption Island. He originally competed on Survivor: Marquesas, Survivor: All-Stars, and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, and later on Survivor: Winners at War. Rob also returned as a mentor for Survivor: Island of the Idols.
4. Spencer Bledsoe
Spencer Reiman Bledsoe is a contestant from Survivor: Cagayan and Survivor: Cambodia. In Cagayan, Spencer repeatedly found himself in the role of underdog. He started on the dysfunctional Luzon tribe, before gaining temporary control of the game after the Tribe Switch.
5. Terry Deitz
Terry Deitz is an American retired U.S. Navy pilot, television host, and two-time contestant on the American reality television show Survivor, where he placed third in the 12th season. He also competed in the 31st season, placing 15th.
6. Kim Spradlin
Kimberly Brooke Spradlin-Wolfe is an interior designer and former bridal shop owner from San Antonio, Texas. She is best known as the winner of 2012’s Survivor: One World and its $1 million prize. She was also named the Sprint “Player of the Season” as voted by the show’s fans, winning her another $100,000.
7. Brad Culpepper
John Broward “Brad” Culpepper is an American former professional football player who was a defensive tackle in the National Football League for nine seasons during the 1990s and early 2000s. Culpepper was as an All-American when he played college football for the Florida Gators.
8. Mike Holloway
Michael Holloway is a former reality TV show contestant, who was the winner of the 30th season of the U.S. reality TV series Survivor. In his private life, he used to work as an oil driller from North Richland Hills, Texas. Since winning Survivor, he has become a commercial real estate agent.
9. Yul Kwon
Yul Kwon is an American television host and former government official, lawyer, and management consultant based in California. He first gained national recognition and popularity as the winner of the reality TV show Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006. He appeared again in Survivor: Winners at War, where he placed 14th.
10. Tony Vlachos
Anthony Vlachos is an American police officer, best known for competing on the reality television competition series Survivor, of which he is the second person ever to win two seasons. He won the show’s 28th season, Survivor: Cagayan, as well as the 40th season, Survivor: Winners at War, the first all-winners season.