Colleen Haskell

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Colleen Marie Haskell (born December 6, 1976) is an American television producer and actress. She was a contestant on the first season of the American reality show Survivor.


Haskell was a contestant on the original season of Survivor. She was a castaway on the Pagong tribe, a tribe composed primarily of young adults, especially when compared to the Tagi tribe. Haskell was the last remaining original Pagong member to be voted out.

After being voted out, Haskell told the remaining castaways "Be nice, play fair." She said this just before her torch was snuffed. Once she was gone, Richard Hatch commented that she was "a wonderful person."

Some expected Haskell to reappear on Survivor during the All-Stars edition in 2004. Producer Mark Burnett later confirmed that Haskell was indeed offered a spot on the show but turned down the offer, saying that she "moved on with her life and just genuinely didn't want to go through that again."

Other roles

In 2001, she starred in the feature film comedy The Animal, playing Rob Schneider's love interest. Schneider said in the DVD version of the film that working with Colleen was one of the more entertaining elements of making the movie. Haskell also appeared in an episode of That '70s Show, as a love interest of Hyde's.Later in 2002 Haskell appeared in the TV show "Maybe It's Me". She later went on to work as an assistant producer on The Michael Essany Show in 2003.

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