Survivor: Panama-Exile Island (Season 12)- 5th voted out
Bobby Mason Biography:
Bobby Mason was born on August 20, 1973 and spent his formative years in South Central Los, Angeles. When he was a student at Harvard-Westlake, he was able to meet people from various cultures and different economic status. He developed a wider perspective in life, and his great athleticism earned him a place at Amherst College in Massachusetts, where he majored in political science. After he completed his studies at Amherst, he continued to pursue his education at Stanford Law School. Mason is now an attorney based in Los Angeles and is a member of the American and California Bar Associations, Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association, Black Sports Agents Association, National Association of Record Industry Professionals and Los Angeles Music Network. Before he was an attorney, Mason worked as a sports agent's assistant and as a consultant. Mason's hobbies include working out, fantasy baseball, drawing, reading and comic books. Both malleable and stubborn, Mason is most proud of being an all-around good guy. He was on Blind Date in 1998.
When Mason became a cast member of Survivor: Panama-Exile Island, he was initially a part of the Viveros tribe. He was transferred to the Casaya tribe during the second reward challenge, and was voted out after spending only 14 days in the island, because he often argued with his fellow tribe members, and also acted selfishly towards them.