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Natalie White Biography

Natalie White is an American reality TV personality best known for being the winner of Survivor: Samoa. As a native of Bryant, Arkansas, she has a background in marketing and pharmaceutical sales.

Natalie White Age

She was born on 22 April 1983, in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. White is 40 years old as of 2023. She celebrates her birthday on 22 April every year, and her birth sign is Taurus.

Natalie White Height and Weight

Natalie stands at an average height. She appears to be quite tall in stature if her photos, relative to her surroundings, are anything to go by. However, details regarding her actual weight and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We will update this section when the information is available.

Natalie White Education

White studied and graduated from Bryant High School and went on to Arkansas State University in Jonesboro for two years. She afterward transferred to the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, where she finished a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing in 2005. She subsequently went to work for Teva Pharmaceuticals as a sales representative; after 15 months on the job, she abruptly left the company to compete on Survivor.

Natalie White Family

Natalie was born and brought up in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is the daughter of Ken Powell (father) and Diane Powell (mother). It is also not known if she has any siblings. We will update this section once this information is available.

Natalie White Husband

Natalie was dating Justin Thomas, at the time of the filming of Survivor. Thomas is also a resident of Van Buren. As of now, she has made limited speaking engagements and purchased a new home in Blanchard, Oklahoma. More information about her marriage and kids will be updated soon.

Natalie White Career

In January 2010, Natalie hosted the “Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains Preview” special on TV Guide Network. Later that year, she was mentioned by Dr. Sheila Embry in a book about ethics and leadership.

In it, Embry pointed out that Natalie won Sole Survivor by not sacrificing her integrity or ethics, in contrast to Russell Hantz, who did everything unethically and dishonesty during the game. Embry went on to say that the final jury vote that season was a vote against “greed and entitled arrogance.”

According to blogger Rhys Desmond of The Mastermind, in the years since Natalie won the title of Sole Survivor, she has gotten a reputation as being one of the “worst winners” of all time. Dalton Ross of Entertainment Weekly panned the jury’s decision to award her the $1 million prize, calling it a “travesty,” a “joke,” “absurd,” “ridiculous,” “lame,” and “the worst jury vote ever. “Survivor host Jeff Probst wrote that, in his opinion, Russell Hantz dominated the game, but lost to White because of a “jury of bitter people.”

But former Survivor player Stephen Fishbach, in his People Magazine blog, defended Natalie’s gameplay while criticizing Hantz’s, even pointing out that Hantz was the one who made the jury bitter. Even Desmond, in his own blog, called White a “perfect winner” while praising her social game and elaborating on the social aspects of Survivor.

Natalie White Survivor Samoa

Natalie was cast on the television series Survivor: Samoa, the 19th season of the American version of Survivor. She was initially placed in the Foa Foa tribe, which lost five out of the six immunity challenges prior to the merge. She survived all those rounds without her name ever being written down for exclusion.

She finally clubbed the rat to death and presented it to her fellow tribe members for consumption, shocking them all. On the tenth episode, there was a 5–5 tie between Natalie and Morett. Shannon “Shambo” Waters flipped to Foa Foa to vote against Morett, while the five remaining Galu members voted against Natalie, expecting a deadlocked tie and purple rock tiebreaker.

Natalie later bonded with Brett Clouser, over things that they both enjoyed, such as Christian books and excerpts. She went on to choose Clouser first to be on her team at the reward challenge. Although Russell Hantz was suspecting that something was forming between them, Natalie assured him that everything was proceeding as originally planned.

Clouser went on to win the next immunity challenge, but Hantz’s mind changed, as he felt he needed White to go with him to the Final Three. Jaison Robinson was voted off from that Tribal Council. In the final immunity challenge, Natalie placed third out of four. Hantz went on to win that immunity challenge, leading up to Clouser’s elimination.

He stated that Natalie might call herself the least deserving of the title “Sole Survivor,” but that “maybe the person who thinks she is the least deserving is probably the most.” Cardona went on to say that he would be voting for her, and he hoped that she would get four more votes to win.

Hantz, after realizing that he had lost, announced live on the air that he would offer her US$10,000 for the title of “Sole Survivor,” but said that she could keep the $1 million prize. He then increased his offer to $100,000. White declined both offers.

Natalie White’s Net Worth

Natalie has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars. This includes her assets, money, and income. Her primary source of income is her career as a Reality TV personality.

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