Survivor: Thailand (Season 5)- 7th voted out
Survivor: All-Stars (Season 8)- 13th voted out
Shii Ann Huang Biography:
Shii Ann Huang was born on January 24, 1974 in Taipei, Taiwan. At the age of 8, she and her family moved to the United States, where they resided in both New Jersey and Arizona. As a student at the University of California, Berkeley, Huang majored in English Literature. For her master’s degree, Huang attended New York University/Tisch School of Arts. Before she became a contestant on Survivor: Thailand, Huang held a high position at Grady Levkov & Company. She is a former member of the Future Farmers of America, where she was known for bringing up a prize-winning sheep.
As a contestant on Survivor: Thailand, one of Huang’s most notable acts during the competition was eating undesirable chicken parts. The challenge proved relatively easier for Huang because her culture had already exposed her to different kinds of delicacies. However, she was voted off the competition on Day 21, after she quickly abandoned her Sook Jai tribemates when she thought the tribe merger had already taken place.
When she was asked to come back for the show’s special season, Survivor: All-Stars, Huang lasted much longer, having been eliminated after 33 days in the Pearl Islands. She was voted off by her Chaboga Mogo (merged tribe) tribemates because she was the only one left from the original tribe, Mogo-Mogo.
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