Jenna Morasca

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When Jenna Morasca was crowned sole survivor of "Survivor: The Amazon" in 2003, she was the youngest to ever win the TV competition and she still holds that title. Jenna's time in the Amazon was marked by a challenge in which she took her clothes off for peanut butter and Oreo cookies. In 2004, she returned for "Survivor: All Stars," but decided to leave the competition when her mother's health took a turn for the worse.

Now, she continues to model swimwear on a freelance basis and is the president and CEO of "Model Challenge USA," a model scouting company she founded in 2004. She has even tried her hand at acting: in 2003 she guest-starred in the off-Broadway play "Pieces" in New York City, and in 2005 she starred in the horror flick "The Scorned" with a slew of other reality stars (including her boyfriend, Ethan Zohn, who is also a "Survivor" winner). Jenna also co-hosts CBS.com's online chatfest "Survivor Live" with Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross.

Jenna is a self-professed reality TV fanatic. When she's not watching reality shows on her plasma TV, she likes sleeping, horseback riding and hanging out with her animals. She lives in New York with her dog, Rocky, a school of saltwater fish and three birds.
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