Survivor: Guatemala (Season 11)- 13th voted out
Judd Sergeant Biography:
Born on September 13, 1970, Judd Sergeant IV, who worked as a doorman for a prominent New York City hotel, grew up with his identical twin brother, Timmy, and two sisters in Ridgefield, New Jersey. Competitive and determined, Sergeant sees himself as a strong leader who can make anyone laugh with his good sense of humor. Sergeant spends his spare time playing baseball, rollerblading, bike riding and coaching his daughter Lara's softball team and a neighborhood little league.
When Sergeant became a contestant on Survivor: Guatemala, he was confident that his ability to read and "see through" most people and determination would secure him the title of Sole Survivor. He went relatively far in the competition, and was voted off the Island as one of the members of the merged tribe, Xhakum. Although Judd was part of a four-person alliance, fellow tribe member Danni Boatwright
weakened the alliance by questioning Judd's trustworthiness, and come tribal council, Judd received the most number of votes and was the 13th person sent home. Prior to the merge, he was competing for the Nakum tribe.