Survivor: Guatemala (Season 11)- 14th voted out
Cindy Hall Biography:
Born on June 28, 1974, Cindy Hall, a zookeeper/animal trainer, grew up with her identical twin sister, Mindy, in Maysville, Kentucky. A student of Ohio State University, Hall moved to Florida during her senior year and worked as a primate expedition cruise captain, a pet counselor and a coffee house manager. Passionate, tenacious and naturalistic, Hall is very opinionated and easily provoked. Hall enjoys fishing and camping, and also likes to canoe and to play co-ed softball.
Being an avid follower of the reality series, Survivor, Hall auditioned for the show four times before finally getting accepted for Survivor: Guatemala. She wanted to commit herself to an extraordinary challenge and prove anyone who has ever doubted her wrong, and she felt that her athletic ability, resourcefulness and competitive edge would win her the title of Sole Survivor. Hall did come a long way in the competition, having made it to the Top 5 with fellow Xhakum tribe members Lydia, Rafe
. Ultimately, she was the 14th contestant voted off the Island, after she won a car from the reward challenge, but drove away Rafe and Danni in the process.