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| location = Bridgeport, Connecticut | season = The Australian Outback
All-Stars | finish = 9th Place (The Australian Outback)
7th place (All-Stars) | tribe = Kucha, Barramundi (The Australian Outback)
Chapera, Mogo Mogo, Chaboga Mogo (All-Stars) }} Alicia Calaway (born May 1, 1968) was a contestant on two seasons of the CBS reality television series, Survivor. She finished in ninth place on the show's second season, Survivor: The Australian Outback, and finished in seventh place on Survivor: All-Stars.

Biography

Alicia was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. In 1994, she won the Amateur Athletic Union "Ms. Connecticut Amateur Natural Bodybuilding Competition". She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City with two Associates in Applied Science Degrees and she is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).

Survivor: The Australian Outback

Alicia was a contestant on Survivor's second season Survivor: The Australian Outback in 2001, where she was a member of the Kucha tribe. She allied herself with tribesmate Jeff Varner while frequently butting heads with her tribesmate Kimmi Kappenberg. She is perhaps best known for her on-air fight with Kimmi where she uttered the memorable threat "I will always wave my finger in your face!." A strong physical competitor, she survived to the merger of the new tribe Barramundi. However, after making it to the final nine, she was voted out in a narrow 5-4 vote to Jerri Manthey.

Survivor: All-Stars

Alicia was chosen again to compete in Survivor: All-Stars, the eighth edition which aired in 2004. She was a member of the Chapera tribe along with Rob Mariano, Amber Brkich, Sue Hawk, Tom Buchanan and Rob Cesternino. She was later moved to the Mogo Mogo tribe during the tribal swap of episode 9. Although physically strong, she was not able to make a strong alliance and finished seventh in a 6-1 vote.

Other TV Appearances

  • She co-hosted World's Strongest Man and World's Strongest Woman competitions on ESPN in 2002.
  • She hosted a special on Antarctica for Outdoor Life Network.
  • She guest starred in an episode of the UPN sitcom Half & Half in 2004.


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