‘Survivor’ Hall of Fame 2016 Ballot – Rob Cesternino

2012 'Survivor' Hall of Famer Rob Cesternino (CBS)

2012 ‘Survivor’ Hall of Famer Rob Cesternino (CBS)

VOTING FOR THIS YEAR’S EDITION OF THE “SURVIVOR” HALL OF FAME HAS ENDED. BE SURE TO CHECK BACK MONDAY, DECEMBER 12th FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE FIRST MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 2016.

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The “Survivor” Hall of Fame is proud to have Class of 2012 member Rob Cesternino as a part of the Executive Voting Committee. As a member of this exclusive committee, Rob (along with Host Jeff Probst and other “Survivor” luminaries) has accepted an awesome responsibility. The committee’s votes will make up 50% of the final tally for entry into the prestigious Class of 2016. The other 50% will come from “Survivor” fans like you.

Rob Cesternino’s 2016 Hall of Fame Ballot

Tony Vlachos – (“Survivor: Cagayan”): My criteria for the “Survivor” Hall of Fame for a player is if you can use a Survivor’s game as an adjective to describe a future player’s strategy… and they won… that’s a Hall of Famer.  Not only did Tony play one of the most aggressive games of all-time, it was also one of the most entertaining.  Tony never stopped hustling for a second on the island and we reaped the rewards as viewers.  His game was Huge and we needed it – #TeamTV For Life

Tyson Apostol – (“Survivor: Tocantins,” “Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains,” and “Survivor: Blood vs. Water”): If you’re looking for a Survivor who has it all, Tyson is both a legendary “Survivor” personality and one of the game’s top winners.  A number of “Survivor” seasons end with an under-the-radar player winning the game but it’s a testament to Tyson’s social and strategic chops that such an outgoing personality dominated “Survivor: Blood vs. Water.”  If you don’t think Tyson is one of the most gifted social “Survivor” players, it’s only because you haven’t met him.

Rupert Boneham – (“Survivor: Pearl Islands,” “Survivor: All Stars,” “Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains,” and “Survivor: Blood vs. Water”): How is it 2016 and Rupert isn’t in the “Survivor” Hall of Fame?  I’m not nominating him for his game-playing resume but he’s the most iconic player that’s not in the Hall and perhaps the most recognizable player to ever appear on the show.  Rupert was so popular during Pearl Islands and All-Stars, “Survivor” did a show just to give him $1,000,000.  And if that’s not enough, the man is the most iconic tweeter of a generation.  #Arrrrrghhhh

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