Survivor Season 37: David Vs. Goliath Cast List Starting to Take Shape

We know the theme of next season of Survivor is David Vs. Goliath, and we are starting to get cast information coming in. So far we know that familiar faces actor/filmmaker Mike White (who also competed on The Amazing Race) and pro-wrestler John Hennigan are among the 20 castaways that will be competing on Survivor Season 37.

“I’ve been watching since the first episode, and after a while, you’re tired of watching it; you want to go and do it,” White told The Hollywood Reporter. “This is everything to me. It’s a huge adventure. It’s a little absurd. At least I’m not stuck on the 405!

“Even making movies and TV — and I love what I do — it gets kind of familiar,” he said. “I’ve been doing this for 25 years. I feel like I need a new thrill. This is a different game for me to play. I feel like anytime I risk something, like with Amazing Race, I wonder: ‘Am I going to embarrass myself?’ Well, whatever. Whatever the negatives are, it’s never been more negative than all of the positives that come out of pushing yourself out of your house.”

We’ve also gathered six other castaways, based on the preview for next season we caught during the Survivor 2018 finale. Let’s take a look.

Partial Survivor David Vs. Goliath Cast

  • Mike White (filmmaker, Goliath Tribe
  • John Hennigan (Wrestler, Goliath Tribe)
  • Angelina Keeley (Management Consultant, Goliath tribe)
  • Christian Hubicki (Robotics Research Scientist, David tribe)
  • Dan Rengering (Police Officer, Goliath tribe)
  • Gabby Pascuzzi (Technical Writer, David tribe)
  • Natalie Cole (CEO, Goliath tribe)
  • Nick Wilson (Lawyer, David tribe)

“I see Survivor as a state of matter,” Hubicki told THR. “You have solids, you have liquids and you have gases. In an old-school Survivor game, like Thailand, you have rigid structures. Imagine you have this block that’s cracked when an alliance cracks; a rogue element like Rob Cesternino comes in, and cracks it again. When everyone is a free radical, one of these rogue agents, it all starts to flow, like a gas in the air. It’s almost like a phase change; you have boiled the game, and suddenly there are completely different dynamics. When Stephen is talking about voting blocs, to me, what I’m hearing is that the state of the game has fundamentally changed, not that the strategy of any individual player is necessarily different. He described it as a coherence between different players. The trait of an alliance was, ‘Yeah, we’ll vote together, but you better not vote with anyone else.’ But if that second element of the equation is gone? Suddenly you have all these molecules that are unbonded and can do whatever they want — i.e., voting blocs. That’s my take.”

Get more information on the partial Survivor David Vs. Goliath cast from The Hollywood Reporter.

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