Survivor: Panama-Exile Island (Season 12)- 6th voted out
Daniel Berry Biography:
Daniel Berry, a former astronaut and owner of the company, Denbar Robotics, was born on December 30, 1953 in Norwalk, Connecticut. Among the recognitions he has received for his work are the 1971 McMullen Engineering Award, the 1984 Young Investigator Award from the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from St. Louis University in 1996, the Vladimir Komarov Diploma from Federation Aeronautique Internationale in 1998, an Honorary Life Membership from the United States Tennis Association in 1999, Alumni of the 20th Century in 2001, the Paul J. Corcoran Award from Harvard Medical School and an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from Beloit College in 2003. He served as an assistant professor for the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and in the Bioengineering Program at the University of Michigan, and was eventually offered tenure in 1992. At the same time, he was selected by NASA to train at the Johnson Space Center and opted to relocate to Texas. Berry is a veteran of three space flights, having logged over 734 hours in space, including four space walks. He enjoys flying, tennis, sailing, ultimate Frisbee and running. He and his wife, Sue, have two children, Jenny and Andy, and they currently reside in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
Berry made his television debut on the 12th installment of the Survivor series, Survivor: Panama-Exile Island. He was voted out by his fellow La Mina tribe members on the sixth round of eliminations because he was considered to be the weakest among the all-male alliance.