John Rocker


John Rocker

  • John Rocker
  • Age:  39
  • Home:  Atlanta, Georgia
  • Occupation:  Retired American Major League Baseball Pitcher
  • Boyfriend of Julie McGee
  • Tribe:  Coyopa





Name (Age): John Rocker (39)

Tribe Designation: Coyopa

Relationship to Significant Castaway:  Julie's boyfriend

Current Residence:  Atlanta, Ga.

Occupation:  Former Major League Baseball Player

Personal Claim to Fame:

Inspiration in Life:  My father.  The majority of the values, ethics and moral that have made me who I am and shape me to this today.  I learned from watching how he conducted himself.  My father passed in 2007 and I still find myself wanting that ability to ask his advice on certain things because his direction was so important to me for many years.

Hobbies:  Hunting, fishing and golfing.

Pet Peeves:  Rude, lazy, selfish people and traffic.

Three Words to Describe You: Intense, self-motivating and responsible.

If You Could Have Three Things on the Island What Would They Be?

  1.  Vodka
  2.  Toothbrush
  3.  Razor

SURVIVOR Contestant You Are Most Like:  Jeff Kent, because we have a similar background as an MLB player.  We have a strong understanding of teamwork but are also very driven to attain individual success, though Jeff is a bit more subdued than I am.

Reason for Being on SURVIVOR:  To have an extremely unique life experience and to immerse myself in high level competition and like I've done my entire life, figure out a way to be the best.

Why You Think You'll "Survive" SURVIVOR:  I have world class athletic abilities and leadership skills.  I have the ability to read people and morph my personality in a way that lets me mesh with people from all walks of life.

Why You Think You Will Be the Sole SURVIVOR:  A relatively significant part of Survivor depends on athletic ability and I spent more than a decade of my life physically competing at the highest level.  I still retain much of that physical ability as well as the mental toughness that is required.  I also possess a high quality of outdoor survival skills which will be valuable to those around me as well as leadership skills and the ability to influence people and easily make friends.

What Does It Mean to You to Play Survivor with Your Loved One?  To me, playing Survivor with my loved one means having the opportunity to engage in a very unique experience together.  Life is about creating new experiences which many times can bind individuals together on a more intimate level.  I am hoping that Survivor will do this for Julie and me.




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