Survivor Season 32 Contestant: Aubry Bracco

Aubry Bracco is a 29-year-old Sr. Specialist in Social Media Community Management for Liberty Mutual Insurance. Originally from New Hampshire, Bracco attended Phillips Exeter Academy, a private college-preparatory school, before she went on to Davidson College in North Carolina. She transferred to Brown University in her sophomore year and in 2008 graduated with a degree in Latin American Studies. A former journalist, Bracco now lives in Boston, MA and in her spare time enjoys coaching field hockey, running, arts and crafts, astrology and psychology, and travelling.

Bracco is the fifth Brown University graduate to appear on Survivor after Greg Buis (Survivor: Borneo), Rafe Judkins (Survivor: Guatemala), Max Dawson (Survivor: Worlds Apart) and Shirin Oskooi (Survivor: Worlds Apart). With her Ivy League credentials, Aubry Bracco will be a part of the Brains tribe on Survivor Kaôh Rōng – Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty 2.

Thanks to Survivor Sucks members Dog, Jadc4495 and Polo for their help with discovering these names.


Written by

Martin Holmes

Martin is a freelance writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing and writes about TV and entertainment, currently for TV Insider and Vulture, previously Digital Spy, ET Canada, and Yahoo. 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.


8 responses to “Survivor Season 32 Contestant: Aubry Bracco”

      • Sorry sweetheart, I sent the first message, didn’t see it so retyped. Anyway, they should stop using losers to choose who wins the million bucks. Hello?! Conflict of interest there I think. Have judges & audience determine winner as many reality shows accustome. Love you gorgeous.

  1. Love you pretty girl! I was rooting for you all the way. You played a hard, intelligent game. You got robbed.

  2. Hi Aubry:
    After watching 3 episodes of this season of Survivor, I knew you were my pick to win. I really felt like you were a trusting person and you made the moves any other player would of made to further themselves in the game. I hope after the jury watched all the episodes they realized they made a mistake. You deserved to win. I respected your game and I respect you as a person. A bitter jury embarrassed themselves. They were all rooting for you to win the fire challenge, then they turned on you. Life goes on but you will always be remembered by so many other people that are upset you didn’t win the money. Good Luck in all you do and thank you for a great season.

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