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Meet The Cast of Survivor: Game Changers


All twenty returning castaways for the upcoming Survivor: Game Changers are officially revealed.

The greatest reality game show on television, Survivor, returns Wednesday, March 8 for the 34th season. This all-star edition, titled Survivor: Game Changers, was filmed in the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji last year, the same location as last fall’s Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X. The cast was initially revealed by Inside Survivor back in May 2016, but today CBS have confirmed the line-up.

This season will feature twenty returning castaways battling it out for the $1 million grand prize and the title of Sole Survivor. The cast, seven of whom were revealed during the Season 33 live reunion show, is made up of two, three, and even four-time players, including former winners and finalists. The returnees will be divided into two separate tribes to start the game, but plenty of twists are expected throughout. Survivor: Game Changers comes just two seasons after the popular Second Chance season, where fans voted to decide which twenty formers players would return for another shot at the million.

The Game Changers cast includes New Jersey police officer and Survivor: Cagayan winner Tony Vlachos. Two-time Survivor champion Sandra Diaz-Twine. Last season’s breakout star Michaela Bradshaw. Fan favorite Malcolm Freberg. Season 32 runner-up Aubry Bracco. The self-described “gangsta in an Oprah suit” Cirie Fields. And challenge beast Ozzy Lusth.

Click through the gallery of official cast photos for Survivor: Game Changers below. Also, make sure to check out the official CAST BIOS to find out what the castaways plan to do differently this time around.

Photos: Robert Voets/CBS©

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Stay tuned to Inside Survivor over the coming weeks, as tomorrow we begin our Playing With Game Changers feature, interviewing former players who have competed on seasons with the Game Changers cast. Also, make sure to check out our cast retrospectives and other pre-season content.


Martin is a 28-year-old writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing, and recaps/reviews TV shows, currently for Yahoo TV and ET Canada. A finalist for the Shortlist Sitcom Search in 2012 for “Siblings,” Martin received his BA in English with Creative Writing from The University of Hull. When not writing Martin can usually be found attending Wrestlemania events.