J.P. Calderon

J.P. Calderon

J.P. Calderon

Date Of Birth: Unknown
Hometown: Marina Del Rey, CA
Pre-Reality Occupation: Professional volleyball player
Marital Status: Unknown

J.P. Calderon News

  • Stephannie Favor the fifth castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    Deemed to have given up on the game by the rest of her tribemates, Stephannie Favor, a 35-year-old nursing student from Columbia, SC, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' fifth episode.
  • J.P. Calderon the fourth castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    "Bamboozled" by a vote result he admitted he never saw coming, J.P. Calderon, a 30-year-old professional volleyball player from Marina Del Rey, CA, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' fourth episode.
  • 'Survivor: Cook Islands' ends racial tribes, votes off Cecilia Mansilla

    Done in by a "numbers game" in which all the members of two of the game's formerly racially divided tribes still voted along old tribal lines despite a surprise merge that redistributed the eighteen remaining castaways in two new mixed race tribes, Cecilia Mansilla a 29-year-old technology risk consultant who currently resides in Oakland, CA, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' third episode.
  • Billy Garcia the second castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    The latest example that being considered lazy during Survivor's early days can prove fatal -- especially if you also follow it up with a last-minute proclamation that also makes you look delusional -- Billy Garcia, a 36-year-old heavy metal guitarist who currently resides in New York, NY, became the second Survivor: Cook Islands castaway to be eliminated from the game.
  • CBS reveals 'Survivor: Cook Islands' cast, confirms racial tribe division

    Confirming weeks of rumors, CBS has revealed the identities of the twenty castaways who will be competing in this fall's Survivor: Cook Islands and announced that the castaways will -- in what the show's producer and host both acknowledge to be a controversial move -- initially be organized into four tribes divided along ethnic lines (African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic and Caucasian.)

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