Zeke Smith is one of the returning castaways getting another chance at winning $1 million on Survivor: Game Changers this season.

Zeke, a 29-year-old asset manager from Oklahoma who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY, is appearing on Survivor for the second time.

He first competed on Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X in 2016, when he gained confidence and achieved great personal growth. He finished the season in ninth place.

Zeke began Survivor: Game Changers competing on the 10-person "Nuku" Tribe with James "J.T." Thomas, Andrea Boehlke, Brad Culpepper, Cirie Fields, Sarah Lacina, Oscar "Ozzy" Lusth, Sierra Dawn Thomas, Tai Trang, and Debbie Wanner.

After a twist resulted in the 18 remaining castaways being re-organized into three tribes, Zeke then became a member of the brand new "Tavua" tribe with Andrea, Cirie, Sarah, Ozzy, and Troy "Troyzan" Robertson.

However, another subsequent tribal shuffle then left him on a new revised 7-person "Nuku" tribe which also included Jeff Varner, Sandra Diaz-Twine, Andrea, Sarah, Ozzy, and Tai. (Sandra was the most recent person voted out of the game.)

Below is a list of six facts Reality TV World has compiled about Zeke Smith:

- Zeke's inspiration in life is Joan Rivers because she really "lived" and made Helen Keller jokes into her 80s.

- The openly-gay castaway was best remembered for his social game, the ability to weave in and out of millennial and Gen X alliances, and the way he'd quickly befriend people immediately after betraying them.

- Zeke was ranked one of the Top 16 high-school debaters in the country his senior year of high school. He was recruited to debate for Harvard, which is where he went to college.

- Zeke told Reality TV World in his post-Survivor elimination interview that he wasn't blindsided and thought nobody needed convincing he was the biggest threat left in the game at that point.

- His hobbies include writing, improv and cooking. Zeke admits he has eccentric taste with his signature mustache and Hawaiian shirt, and he describes himself as sharp, devilish, unstoppable, and curious.

- Zeke was the twelfth castaway voted out of Millennials vs. Gen X and therefore became the season's fifth jury member.
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When high school player Will Wahl served as the swing vote, he decided to vote Zeke out because he was dangerous. Will was also just looking for a way to add to his Survivor resume.