Candice Woodcock was born on November 12, 1982 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. This pre-med student got inspired to do service work in Africa upon watching Survivor: Africa. She even spent almost 3 months living in a mud hut with a tribal family. She also taught primary and secondary school, and created her own service project where she managed a clinic that distributed over 700 pairs of eyeglasses. Later, she became a fundraising director and then executive director of Students for Students International. Apart from doing humanitarian activities, she enjoys playing sports and playing with her dog.
Candice Woodcock became part of the reality television show Survivor: Cook Islands (Season 13). She was an original member of the Rarotonga tribe, but when the four tribes were merged to two, she became a part of the Aitutaki tribe. She betrayed the Aitutaki tribemates when she, along with Jonathan
, left their tribe to join Rarotonga. Because of her mutiny, she was disliked by the Aitu tribe and as a result, she got voted out. During her 30 days on the show, she was sent to Exile Island 4 times, more than any of her tribesmates. She was the 13th contestant eliminated.
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