Since its debut in 2000, Survivor has been one of the most dominant reality shows on television. The competition series has seen a seemingly endless amount of highly memorable contestants, and if you have been wondering what they have been up to since rising to fame on the show, look no further.
First up, Parvati Shallow.
The brunette beauty was the winner of Survivor: Micronesia. She used her flirtatiousness and sex appeal to help herself get through the games.
Since winning the show, Shallow has gone on to wed John Fincher, who won Survivor: Samoa in 2009. She was a health editor for CBSNews.com and then went on to be a certified yoga teacher.
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Richard Hatch was the very first winner of Survivor in Borneo back in 2000. Six years after his victory, Hatch was convicted of tax evasion and served time in prison.
The fans will remember that during his time on the show, Hatch regularly walked around in the nude.
“I’m not an exhibitionist, but I don’t care either, so I’m often naked. It’s just the way it is,” he said while talking with People magazine. “I don’t give a crap about how people feel about how I look. But personally, I know that I’m fat.”
Hatch later went on to star in more reality TV shows including season 17 of The Biggest Loser.
Tina Wesson was the first female winner of Survivor: the Australian Outback. The mother-of-two went on to appear in several other Survivor spinoffs including Survivor: All-Stars and Survivor: Blood vs. Water.
Since her days on the reality survival competitions, Wesson's went through a tragic moment in her family's life when her son was killed in a horrific car accident. Wesson would also go on to write an inspirational book.
Ethan Zohn was one of the most popular players ever on the reality series. He was able to win Survivor: Africa by forming an alliance and staying with it throughout the competition.
Zohn has been able to beat cancer twice after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma back in 2009, and is now an inspirational speaker. He is married to an interior designer named Lisa Heywood, according to MSN.
Todd Herzog won it all on Survivor: China. He was a master manipulator and was the youngest person ever to win the show at age 22.
After his stint on the series, Herzog went on to try being a hairstylist. However, he is now a waiter in Orlando, Florida. He was briefly romantically involved with Spencer Duhm, a contestant on Survivor: Tocantins.
Yul Kwon impressed everyone with his skills, and shredded physique, while winning Survivor: Cook Islands back in 2006.
From 2009 to 2011, Kwon worked as the Deputy Chief of the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau for the Federal Communications Comission. He is now hosting a PBS series called America Revealed as well as the LinkTV show Link Asia. He is still a millionaire.
Jenna Morasca won Survivor: The Amazon back in 2003. Fans may remember that the brunette bombshell got completely naked in one of the immunity challenges in order to get some peanut butter and chocolate.
Morasca stripping down for the show was a sign of things to come in the future as she went on to pose for Playboy magazine and rake in $1 million. She and her then boyfriend, Survivor contestant Ethan Zohn, competed in The Amazing Race in 2011. However, they went their separate ways two years later.