Earl Cole

Earl Cole was the $1 million winner on the reality television series Survivor: Fiji. He is an entrepreneur, producer, philanthropist and former California advertising executive.



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Cole joined the 18 other contestants of Survivor: Fiji never having watched the show. He was asked to be on Survivor only two days before it started shooting.[citation needed] Upon arriving in Fiji, he identified Yau-Man Chan as a person similar to himself with the best combination of intelligence and integrity and formed an alliance with Chan that lasted until the Final Four. Cole became the strategic leader of the core Ravu Alliance, Earl Cole - Mulifiactedwhere he targeted weak links Jessica deBen and Sylvia Kwan (he was not there for the Tribal Council where Erica Durousseau was voted out). His tribe was granted a reprieve, when the rival Moto tribe chose to go to Tribal Council. His alliance returned to Tribal Council in the next episode where Rita Verreos was voted off. In a tribal swap, he, Chan, and Michelle Yi were moved to Moto with Stacy Kimball, Kenward “Boo” Bernis, and Cassandra Franklin. He lost Yi at the merge, when she was at Tribal Council without her alliance. At the Final Nine, Cole was able to recruit the original Moto outsiders: Franklin and Andria “Dreamz” Herd, and New Moto outsiders: Kimball and Bernis. The Alliance of Six picked off the Horsemen: Edgardo Rivera, Mookie Lee, and finally Alex Angarita. A coup started by Herd to evict Chan failed, and Kimball was voted out (via Immunity Idol). Chan won Immunity on Day 37, and Bernis was voted off. Cole and Chan cooperated over the course of the game to discover two hidden immunity idols from information that they discovered on several independent visits to Exile Island. Cole visited Exile Island more than anyone that season (four total). When Herd reneged on a deal with Chan for immunity at the penultimate Tribal Council, Chan was eliminated. At the Final Tribal Council, Cole became the jury’s unanimous vote to become the 14th Sole Survivor.[1] He made it through the entire season having never won an individual immunity and having had only one Tribal Council vote cast against him. He became the first unanimous winner of Survivor, with a vote of 9–0–0.

After Survivor: Fiji

Cole has hosted or appeared on several talk shows, including CBS’s The Early Show,[2] Live with Regis and Kelly,[3] BET’s 106 & Park and MTV Fuse. He was also voted as one of Peoples Sexiest Bachelors in 2007,[4] and also hosted shows on the TV Guide Channel, a Canadian reality show in 2009 and the Style Network in 2010 (where his luxurious, beach wedding, at the St. Regis Princeville, in Kauai, Hawaii, was featured on “Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?” TV show).[citation needed] He has traveled to more than 40 countries and has been featured in various domestic and international magazines from Australia to South Africa.[citation needed] Cole has also been interviewed by the foreign press, appearing on television in Hong Kong, China, South Africa, Singapore, The Bahamas and Australia.[5]

Cole founded a Creative Management Company that has booked various Reality TV stars and artists to participate in worldwide military tours with Armed Forces Entertainment (Asia, South Pacific, Europe and Diego Garcia). He has worked with celebrities from SurvivorThe Amazing RaceAmerican IdolSo You Think You Can Dance and Big Brother. Cole, who is also a musician/composer/songwriter, served as Tour Manager for a Earl Cole - After Survivormulti-city concert tour of Japan, in 2011, which featured an All-Star cast from various seasons of American Idol. The concerts were put on to help boost morale and entertain U.S. military troops and families stationed overseas. He even helped arrange a private show for the children of Misawa Air Base in Japan, the closest base to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunamidisaster epicenter, that same year.

Cole has an endowment with the University of Kansas Medical Center, where he established the Perthes Kids Foundation (Earl Cole Fund),[6] which is a global charitable foundation, 501c3, for children with Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, a rare hip bone disease Cole suffered from as a child. Cole serves as Executive Director.[7]

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