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[08/11/05 - 12:00 AM]
CBS Announces 16 New Castaways for "Survivor: Guatemala -- the Maya Empire"

[via press release from CBS]

CBS ANNOUNCES 16 NEW CASTAWAYS FOR "SURVIVOR: GUATEMALA -- The Maya Empire"

Former NFL Quarterback Gary Hogeboom Among The New Castaways Set To Compete When The Eleventh Installment Of The Hit Television Series Premieres on Thursday, September 15

CBS today announced 16 new castaways to compete in SURVIVOR: GUATEMALA -- The Maya Empire. The castaways will begin their adventure with a grueling 11 mile hike through the jungle when the eleventh installment of the Emmy Award-winning hit series premieres Thursday, Sept. 15 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.

SURVIVOR: GUATEMALA -- The Maya Empire takes place amid the ancient Mayan ruins and ceremonial sites (some as many as 2,000 years old) located in the northern area of Guatemala. Amid the excruciating triple-digit heat, crocodile infested waters, relentless mosquitoes and terrifying sounds of the howler monkeys, these new castaways will attempt to "Outwit, Outplay and Outlast" in hopes of winning the $1 million prize and title of "Ultimate Survivor." In addition to the grueling overnight hike, the castaways will be faced with two additional surprises in the first episode that will dramatically impact how they play the game.

Castaways that will be competing in SURVIVOR: GUATEMALA -- The Maya Empire (in alphabetical order) are:

BRANDON BELLINGER
22
Manhattan, Kan.
Farmer/Rancher

DANNI BOATWRIGHT
30
Tonganoxie, Kan.
Sports Radio Talk Show Host

MARGARET BOBONICH
43
Chardon, Ohio
Family Nurse Practitioner

BRIAN CORRIDAN
22
New York City (originally from New Milford, Conn.)
Ivy League Student

CINDY HALL
31
Naples, Fla.
Zoo Keeper

GARY HOGEBOOM
46 (turns 47 on August 21)
Grand Haven, Mich.
Ex-NFL Quarterback/Real Estate Developer

RAFE JUDKINS
22
Providence, R.I. (originally from Pittsburgh)
Ivy League Student

JIM LYNCH
63
Northglenn, Colo.
Retired Fire Captain

MORGAN McDEVITT
21
Decatur, Ill.
Magician's Assistant/Waitress

LYDIA MORALES
42
Lakewood, Wash. (originally from Okinawa)
Fishmonger

JAMIE NEWTON
24
N. Hollywood, Calif. (originally from Douglas, Ga.)
Water Ski Instructor

AMY O'HARA
39
Revere, Mass.
Police Sergeant

JUDD SERGEANT
34 (turns 35 on September 13)
Ridgefield, N.J.
Hotel Doorman

BROOKE STRUCK
26
Santa Monica, Calif. (originally from Hood River, Ore.)
Law Student

BLAKE TOWSLEY
24
Dallas, Texas
Commercial Real Estate Broker/Model

BRIANNA VARELA
21 (turns 22 on Oct. 29)
Edmonds, Wash.
Retail Sales/Make-Up Artist

SURVIVOR: GUATEMALA -- The Maya Empire is produced by SEG, Inc. Mark Burnett and Tom Shelly are the executive producers.

For more detailed information on SURVIVOR: GUATEMALA -- The Maya Empire and the castaways, log on to www.cbs.com/survivor.





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