Survivor: Vanuatu (Season 9)- 9th voted out
Rory Freeman Biography:
Born on October 30, 1968 in Des Moines, Iowa, Rory Freeman grew up with three brothers and one sister. Before his graduation from Washington High School in Kansas City, Freeman was a student at a Connecticut-based boarding school. He majored in African government and history at Georgetown University School of Foreign Services, but dropped out of school in order to work as a television reporter for the Nigerian Television Authority. After 18 months in Nigeria, he moved back to the United States, where he found work at a social service agency in his hometown of Des Moines. He served as a counselor for seven years, afterwhich he began working as an S8 housing case manager. He and his wife, Simone, have a son named Zion.
Originally part of the Lopevi tribe in Survivor: Vanuatu, Freeman was the first person from the merged tribe, Alinta, to be voted off. Being part of the male minority, the six women in the tribe stood their ground and decided to send Freeman home with no other reason but to further weaken the male minority.
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