Survivor Nicaragua has a diverse mix of individuals primarily from the East and West areas. Survivor Nicaragua, Forever Young cast members range from 20 years of age to 67 years old. Here are the ages and places of origin of each cast member on Survivor Nicaragua.
California leads with the most players from one state with six players. These players and ages are as follows: Ben “Barry” Henry [Las Angeles] age 24, Na Onka Mixon [Los Angeles] age 27, Alina Wilson [Downey] Age 23, Judd Birza, [Venice] Age 21, Marty Piombo [Mill Valley] age 48 and Tyrone Davis [Inglewood] age 42. This provides the Espada tribe with two Californians and the La Flor tribe with four.
The next state to have more than one contestant is North Carolina they have three contestants. Chase Rice, [Fairview] age 24, Jane Bright [Jackson Springs] age 56 and Kelly Bruno [Durham] age 26. The state of North Carolina has one Espada [Over Forty] member and two Tribe La Flor [Under Thirty] members.
New York has two members from its state. These members are Dan Lembo [Watermill] age 63, Matthew “Sash” Lenahan [New York, NY] Age 30. This is one for each tribe.
Florida is next with two team members the former coach from the Dallas Cowboys, Jimmy Johnson [Islamorada] age 67 and Brenda Lowe [Miami] age 27, one on each tribe.
The following states have one member only: Shannon Elkins [Lafayette] age 30 representing Louisiana. has one player Montana, player is Wendy Desmidt Kolhoff[ age 48. From Erie Pennsylvania Jill Behm age 43. The lobster state of Maine has one player as well James “Jimmy T.” Tarantino [Gloucester] age 48. Arizona has one representative Kelly Shinn [Mesa] age 20 and the youngest contestant on Survivor Nicaragua. South Dakotas has Holly Hoffman [Eureka] age 44. Missouri’s single player is Yve Rojas [Kansas City] age 41.
These single states have 5 players on the Espada team [over forty] and 2 players on the La Flor team [under thirty].
Comparing the two teams La Flor tribe members span one decade from twenty to thirty years of age. Espada on the other had spans almost three decades, with ages ranging from forty one to sixty seven years.
I’d ask Survivor Nicaragua, “Where are the thirty something’s”? Are they lacking in wisdom and physical prowess or are they all to busy climbing the corporate ladder to play?