Since being crowned Sole Survivor of SURVIVOR:
THE AMAZON, Jenna Morasca continues to model swimwear on a
freelance basis. She and fellow contestant Heidi Strobel posed
for the cover of Playboy, which ultimately became the second
best-selling cover of 2003. She also did an anti-fur campaign
for the animal rights group PETA. Jenna got a chance to test her
acting skills when she guest-starred in the Off-Broadway play
"Pieces" in New York City, which ultimately led to an
invitation to join the cast permanently for its six-week run.
She has won the Venus Swimwear competition two years in a row
(2001 and 2002) and was second runner-up in the Miss
Pennsylvania U.S.A. beauty pageant in 2001. Additionally, she is
currently a junior at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in
Jenna's hobbies include horseback riding, sleeping and hanging
out with her animals (a dog, a ferret, three birds, two guinea
pigs and a fish). She describes herself as honest, outgoing and
funny. If she could hold political office, Jenna would be
president of the United States so she could make all the
important decisions. Her favorite sport is football. Her
favorite teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Denver
Broncos. Her hero is her mother, who fought breast cancer for
over twelve years before passing away late last year.
Jenna is currently single and living in Bridgeville,
Pennsylvania. Her birth date is February 15, 1981.