Survivor 29: Meet The Cast

Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Mother and Daughter Team Missy Payne Age: 47 Dallas, Texas Owner of a Competitive Cheerleading Gym Baylor Wilson Age: 20 Nashville, Tenn. Student (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Father and Daughter Team Dale Wentworth Age: 55 Ephrata, Wash. Farmer Kelley Wentworth Age: 28 Seattle, Wash. Marketing Manager (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Brother Team Drew Christy Age: 25 Winter Park, Fla. Traveling Sales Rep Alec Christy Age: 22 Winter Park, Fla. Student (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Married Couple Team Jeremy Collins Age: 36 Foxboro, Mass. Firefighter Val Collins Age: 35 Foxboro, Mass. Police Officer (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
College Sweethearts Team Jon Misch Age: 26 Waterford, Mich. Financial Assistant Jaclyn Schultz Age: 25 Las Vegas, Nev. Media Buyer (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Dating Couple Team John Rocker Age: 39 Atlanta, Ga. Former MLB Player Julie McGee Age: 34 Atlanta, Ga. Model/Owner of Spray Tan Business (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Dating Couple Team Reed Kelly Age: 31 New York, N.Y. Broadway Performer/Model/Aerialist Josh Canfield Age: 32 New York, N.Y. Singer, Actor, Writer (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Father and Son Team Keith Nale Age: 53 Shreveport, La. Fire Captain Wes Nale Age: 23 Shreveport, La. Firefighter (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Survivor 29: Meet The Cast
Sisters Team Natalie Anderson Age: 28 Edgewater, N.J. Crossfit Coach and Student Nadiya Anderson Age: 28 Edgewater, N.J. Crossfit Coach, Project Coordinator at Bridge2Peace (Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS)

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