Jeff Kent
Survivor: Philippines - Season 25
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Jeff Kent

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Jeff Kent

  • Jeff Kent
  • Tribe:  Kalabaw
  • Age:  44
  • Home:  Austin, Texas
  • Occupation:   Retired Major League Baseball Player



 

 

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Name (Age): Jeff Kent (44)

Tribe Designation: Kalabaw

Current Residence: Austin, Texas

Occupation: Retired Major League Baseball Player. I played for the Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Personal Claim to Fame: Being a husband and a father to four kids, with the ability to provide them with every opportunity to be successful.

Inspiration in Life: My dad is my hero for instilling in me the desire to be the best you can in all that you do, and setting a great example for a happy family.

Hobbies: Hunting, motocross and golf.

Pet Peeves: Stupid people and people who talk too much.

Three Words to Describe You: Competitive, resilient and hardheaded.

If You Could Have Three Things on The Island, What Would They Be and Why?

  1. A lounge chair to lounge in and sleep in.
  2. My iPod to motivate me and tune things out.
  3. A pillow to put my most valuable body part on a soft spot.

SURVIVOR Contestant You Are Most Like: Colby Donaldson - for our athletic ability, Southern charm and gamesmanship.

Reason for Being on SURVIVOR: To challenge my talents and survival skills under isolated circumstances, and to prove to my family that being resilient pays off.

Why You Think Youíll "Survive" SURVIVOR: I enjoy hunting and fishing. I know how to cook outdoors, and Iím good at improvising.

Why You Think You Will Be the Sole SURVIVOR: With my survival skills and instincts, living on an island for 39 days will be easy. Utilizing the other survivors in alliances and/or challenges will take skills that Iíve mastered throughout my baseball career. Motivating and manipulating people is what I did best in the locker room and on the field.

 

 

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