Survivor: Panama-Exile Island (Season 12)- 4th voted out
Ruth Marie Milliman Biography:
Born on April 11, 1957 in Anderson, South Carolina, Ruth Marie Milliman was a familiar candidate and winner in beauty pageants. After she won the title of Miss Teen Greenville and participated in Miss Teenage America, she enrolled at the University of South Carolina, where she majored in criminal justice. While she was completing her studies, Milliman was hailed South Carolina Watermelon Queen and Miss Cayce West Columbia. After her graduation, she went on to become a flight attendant for Eastern Airlines, and in 1981, became the First Female Narcotics agent with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Agency. Presently, she is the Director of Retail Leasing for Centennial American Properties in Greenville, South Carolina. Milliman enjoys running, and holds many road race records in South Carolina. In 2001, she was awarded the YWCA Women in Sports Award. In 2003, she participated in the Marathon Des Sables, a race often called "the toughest footrace on the planet," and finished second out of 59 women and placed 100th overall out of 677 runners. She was featured in an Emmy-nominated ESPN special about the race, titled Foot Race Across the Sand. Taking care of her two children, Anna and Max, fill most of her time and her active participation in their school's PTA also keeps her on her feet.
Milliman was a cast member of the reality series, Survivor: Panama-Exile Island, where she was initially a part of the Casaya tribe. After the tribes were reshuffled, she became one of the La Mina tribe members, and was the person voted off during the 4th round of elimination. Milliman wasn't expecting to be the next to go after Misty Giles because her fellow tribe member, Dan, had promised to make an alliance with her.