Roxanne 'Roxy' Morris
28, Brooklyn, NY. Divinity graduate student, chaplain.

More info on Survivor: Philippines contestant Roxy Morris
Last updated: September 17, 2012
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Pre-game vidcap gallery
Updated: September 17, 2012

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Jeff Probst cast assessments
Added: September 4, 2012

Jeff ProbstFrom's Meet the Cast gallery (by Minh Nguyen):


"Roxanne says: 'I think I'll win because God didn't bring me all this way not to win. That's how I see it.'


Jeff Probst says: 'For Roxanne, it will come down to faith. Is she going to use her faith to help her in the game? Or will it become a hindrance?'"

Roxy Morris: Official Survivor: Philippines contestant
Added: August 24, 2012

Excerpts from her Survivor: Philippines bio page:

"Personal Claim to Fame: Accepting the call of God to ministry. 
Inspiration in Life: Jesus Christ! He gave up his life for the world and that is the most inspiring thing anyone could ever do. 
Hobbies: International travel, trying new sports i.e. fencing, snowboarding, horseback riding and dancing.
Pet Peeves: People who blame their present on their past and people who enjoy showcasing their insecurities. 
3 Words to Describe You: Witty, wise and a warrior. 
If You Could Have 3 Things on The Island What Would They Be and Why?
1) My Bible
2) A small rock (found in the Valley of Elah, the place where David killed Goliath) that I brought from Israel. I would also bring my small wooden cross necklace.
3) My journal, because I like to record my thoughts and dreams. 
Survivor Contestant You Are Most Like: Probably, Brandon because he dukes it out everyday in life alongside Jesus and is continuing to find his identity in Christ. 
Reason for Being on Survivor: I want to win the million dollars so I can give to my church and hopefully help get them their own building. Right now, we rent a space. I also want to have my own ministry that travels the world from mission to mission. I also think it is an excellent opportunity to meet people and have a once-in-a-life-time experience. 
Why You Think You’ll “Survive” Survivor: I have traveled on small budgets through Ghana and Togo. My parents are originally from rural parts of the Caribbean so relying on natural resources is not foreign to me. I am legit fit. Army strong!  
Why You Think You Will Be the Sole Survivor: Because the game isn’t very different from real life. As a Christian, everyday you are faced with the choice between God’s principles and your personal, selfish preferences."


From her interview, by Dalton Ross:

"Roxanne doesn't need any luck in this game, because 'I believe I have God on my side,' she says. 'I really don't believe he brought me all this way for no good reason. And I think a really good reason would be to not only meet some really cool people, but to win a million dollars.' Not surprisingly, she's a big fan of Matt from Redemption Island, less so of Coach."

Roxy Morris: potential Survivor: Philippines contestant
Added: July 30, 2012

Summary of evidence for Roxy Morrisbeing on Survivor: Philippines.

Roxy Morris

(7/29/12) Longtime Sucks casting spoiler guatemala fanfic asserts: "No, there aren't two Sarah's, but Sarah Naomi does go by her last name, 'Dawson.'
   The black girl [shown in the post-S24 reunion preview] is Roxanne Morris, 28, from Brooklyn, NY. Army Chaplain and Evangelist.

   This is her linkedin:"


Who is Roxanne Morris?

From her LinkedIn profile (link above), she is a 2002 graduate of La Guardia (NY) High School and 2006 graduate from Penn State. She lists work as an actress (in 2006), and has worked as a recruiter for Abercrombie & Fitch (Hello, model Pete!), and has worked in HR at Juilliard. She now appears to be a seminary graduate student and chaplain with the Army.


Penn State's university newspaper (The Collegian) quoted her (as a sophomore) in a 2004 article about MLK Day: "Roxanne Morris (sophomore-theatre and African and African-American studies), said she thinks people need to do more to celebrate the holiday but added that she thinks there is a tendency to forget other cultures." (And on facebook, she has Liked "Reality TV"and 182 other things, none of which were Survivor.)



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