Survivor and Beyond
Survivor: Winners At War
Ethan would later return for Survivor: All-Star where eighteen former castaways returned for another shot at the title of Sole Survivor. The tribes only received a pot and machete at the start of the game and on day 13, Ethans’s tribe, Saboga, was dissolved, with its remaining members to be absorbed by the other two tribes. Jenna L. and Rupert became members of Chapera, and Ethan and Jerri became members of Mogo Mogo. With his back against the wall since day 1, Ethan was soon eliminated on Day 21 making him the 8th castaway voted out, but proving to be a threat having lasted longer than Tina, Rich and Jenna M, all the other former winners.
After a 17 year break, surviving cancer twice, getting married and living a peaceful life in New Hampshire, there are major rumors that Ethan was once again “Surviving” on an Island this past summer.
Ethan returned to reality TV as a contestant on The Amazing Race 19, Fear Factor, Eco-Challenge, Celebrity Paranormal Project, Dinner Impossible, Hollywood Squares, and Family Feud. Ethan was a guest reporter on Live with Regis & Kelly and celebrity guest on The Late Show with David Letterman. Ethan is an inspiring inventor and his EZ-Crunchbowl was featured on Discovery Network PitchMen starring Anthony Sullivan and Billy Mays. Ethan was featured in the documentary film on the global AIDS pandemic, A Closer Walk, along with The Dalai Lama, Bono and Kofi Annan
Some of Ethan’s other appearances over the years:
State Of The Revs
The Jeff Probst Show
Stand Up to Cancer
TV Guide Special: Survivor Millionaires
Larry King Live
The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Survivor: Men vs. Women Rumble in the Jungle
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
Live! with Kelly
The Early Show
Eco-Challenge Fiji Islands
Miss Universe Pageant
SURVIVOR: AFRICA TRIVIA
This is the first season in which the winner was not decided by one vote.
This was the first season to have a game-changing “twist”.
During the finale, after Jeff collected the final votes, the producers made it appear as if he returned to the original Tribal Council site to read them. After he read them and announced Ethan Zohn was the winner, it was revealed that the votes were actually read live on the CBS soundstage made to look like the site. – This is the only season to use the trivia quiz tiebreaker.
This is the only season to have its premiere in one year (2001) and its finale the next year (2002).
This is the first season to be set in the African Continent.
Ethan had no votes against him
27.3 million people tuned in to see Ethan Zohn win the $1 million prize. Ethan, the AP story reports, is done with pro soccer, but “wants to use some of his money to start a soccer league for inner-city children.”