Survivor: Panama-Exile Island (Season 12)- runner-up
Danielle DiLorenzo Biography:
Danielle DiLorenzo was born on June 3, 1981 and raised in Lynnfield, a small town near Boston. DiLorenzo is an athlete who attended the Winthrop Gymnastics Academy, Massachusetts, where she competed for eight years and garnered numerous awards. When DiLorenzo was 16 years old, she represented the United States at the World Gothia Cup and traveled to Germany, Sweden and Austria. Under the management of Ford Modeling Agency, she also modeled in several fashion shows in the Boston area. After her modeling stint, Quinnipac University offered her a soccer scholarship, but DiLorenzo had to transfer to Northwestern University when she suffered a knee injury during her freshman year. She graduated with a degree in business with finance and marketing tracks and relocated to Floridam, where she found work with a medical sales company. DiLorenzo regularly goes through workout routine like kickboxing and soccer. She enjoys dancing, traveling and listening to all kinds of music. She sees herself as a driven, intelligent, vivacious, strong-minded, athletic, genuine and good-hearted individual.
DiLorenzo, a member of the Viveros, Casaya, and ultimately, the Gitanos tribe, used her athleticism and intelligence to her advantage when she was a contestant on Survivor; Panama-Exile Island. She cunningly made alliances left and right and come up with some good strategies on how to stay on the game. She made it all the way to the Top 2 with Aras, someone whom she thought would be easier to beat during the final tribal council. She was proven wrong, as not only did five of the cast-off jury members give their votes to Aras
, she also faced accusations of being two-faced and lazy.