Jenny Guzon-Bae was born on May 8, 1970. Her interest in football, climbing trees, and racing bikes acquired her "the tomboy image". Eventually, she embraced the feminine side upon entering high school. This real estate agent graduated with a Bachelor Arts Degree in journalism from Columbia College in Chicago. Later, she became a television reporter for the program Philippine News Reports, Chicago's only Filipino-American news show.
Recently, Jenny Guzon-Bae became part of the reality show Survivor: Cook Islands (Season 13). She was originally in the Puka Puka tribe but when they merged into two tribes, she was a part of the Rarotonga tribe. On Day 24, Rarotonga was forced to vote out two members during Tribal Council, which led to them voting out Rebecca
and then Jenny, who was perceived to be a threat who would eventually switch sides after the merge of the tribes. She was the 11th contestant eliminated.
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