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Chris Underwood
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TV Reality Show Contestant
    (October 6, 1992- )
    Resides in Greenville, South Carolina
    Contestant on Survivor 38: Edge of Extinction
    Initially part of the Manu Tribe
    Third person voted out, second juror
    Returned to main game from Edge of Extinction (Day 35)
    Voted Sole Survivor
    Sales manager
    He sells products door-to-door.
    He only spent one-third of the season playing the main game.
    He received little air time during his stay on the Edge of Extinction.
    He manipulated Lauren into playing her idol for him, then voted her out when she was vulnerable.
    He dislikes political Facebook posts.
    He was blindsided on Day 8 by Wardog, for no good reason.
    The Edge of Extinction was even more brutal to live on than any other Survivor location ever, yet he stuck it out on the Edge for 28 days and 27 nights.
    On Day 35, he won the second challenge of the season that determined who got to return to the main game.
    In his very first challenge back from the Edge of Extinction, he helped Julie win immunity.
    He won immunity himself at the Final Four, but in what is arguably the gutsiest move in the history of 'Survivor,' he gave up the immunity necklace so that he could personally take on Rick Devens in the fire-making challenge to determine the last finalist of the season.
    He felt that neither of the other two remaining players in the game could beat Devens in the fire-making contest.
    He also figured that Devens would easily win Sole Survivor if he were allowed to make it to the finals.
    He won the fire-making challenge against Devens.
    He is the first ever U.S. Survivor Winner that had been previously voted out the same season.
    He's also the first American player to leave the jury and return to competition in Survivor.
    He got married while the season was airing.

Credit: Gregg


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