|Birth Date||May 16, 1970|
|Hometown||Los Angeles, California|
|Tribe(s)|| ██ Tambaqui|
Alexander "Alex" Bell is a contestant on Survivor: The Amazon.
Born on May 16, 1970, Alex Bell grew up in San Francisco and spent two years in the Sierra Nevada Mountains attending boarding school. He also studied communications at Laney College in Oakland, Calif. Bell currently trains individuals for triathlons. He previously worked as a projects manager for Team In Training, a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphomia Society. Prior to that, he was employed by DreamWorks in the creative services and communications departments.
Bell enjoys competing in triathlons, snowboarding and writing. Bell describes himself as funny, determined and intelligent. After a serious struggle with drugs and alcohol during his teens and early twenties, Bell is most proud of turning his life around and maintaining his sobriety for 11 years and credits the unconditional love of his mother and family for helping him through the rough times. If he could be any superhero, he'd want to be Aquaman so he could breathe under water. His favorite movie is "Braveheart." When competing in 'Survivor: The Amazon' he said if he would win the $1 million, he'd buy himself a 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible.
Survivor: The AmazonEdit
Alex Bell was placed on the all-male Tambaqui tribe. Like the other men, Alex believed that the men would easily dominate the Jaburu women. Alex noticed a box that said do not open. The men quickly establish shelter and made fire. At the first immunity challenge, The men had the lead. However, Ryan Aiken and Daniel Lue had trouble crossing the balance beam. This allowed the women to win immunity. Alex settled on voting out Ryan and he was voted 4-3-1. Jaburu also won reward in the form of fish bait, much to the men's frustration. Thankfully, the men won immunity. Jaburu won the reward challenge, during which Alex talked to Jenna Morasca. had an argument with Roger Sexton about being gay(despite both men being straight). Alex realizes he was a swing vote between the alienated Daniel or the abrasive Roger. Tambaqui lost the immunity challenge. Alex ultimately voted against Daniel, sending them home. Things turned better as Tambaqui won the next two challenges. They won a fully functional refrigerator with Coca-Cola, immunity and fish they caught at the immunity challenge.
The tribes was asked to send its youngest member to have a night of fun, which was Dave Johnson. When Dave returned, he announced that Alex, Rob Cesternino, and Matthew von Ertfelda would go to Jaburu. When they arrived, they made a big entrance. Alex bonded strong with Shawna Mitchell, who had a breakdown just a few days ago. This worried Deena Bennett, about feared Shawna would be more loyal to Alex that the women's alliance. Jaburu won the immunity challenge. Alex and Shawna continued to bond. At the reward challenge, Alex lost to Dave in his first match but won his second match against Roger. Tambaqui won the challenge. Tambaqui also won immunity. Alex and Shawna settled on Matthew for being the biggest challenge threat. Alex assumed that the vote would be between him and Matthew. However, Shawna would be the one to get the shaft in a 4-2 vote.
Alex missed Shawna, but Rob felt it was good so Alex can focus on the game. The tribes was allowed to the boxes. It said that the tribes had merged. Rob came up with a plan to divert the votes of the men of Tambaqui so they can blindside Dave. However, the target quickly shifted towards Roger for his personality. The plan worked and Roger was voted out in a 7-3 vote. At the reward challenge, Alex was teamed with Dave and Deena. They won the first round. However, Alex lost the final round and guessed incorrectly about how many fingers was behind his back. Dave failed to win immunity and he was unanimously voted out. Deena started to worry about Alex making a power play with Jenna and Heidi Strobel, so she wanted Alex to go if Matthew wins immunity. Alex won the reward challenge and brought Jenna with him. The two indulged on coffee and pastries. The pair brought two cookies for everyone remaining person. Alex heard of the plot and turned to Rob to vote out Deena. Matthew won immunity and Deena was blindsided in a 6-2 vote.
Because they had the majority, Alex, Heidi, Jenna, and Rob relaxed while Butch, Christy, and Matthew worked at camp. The outsiders looked at them with scorn. At the Survivor Auction, Alex first brought a mystery item for $240 dollars. When offer to exchange his original item for a new mystery item, he elected to keep the original. This was a mistake as he chose Manioc flour over lasagna. Alex redeemed himself by buying Steak and Potatoes(a mystery item) for another $240. Late at night on Day 29, Alex decided to tell Rob that he would likely be the one going out at the final four. Rob viewed the decision as curious, but would refuse to stand aside and be voted out. Rob was the one to win immunity. The alliance decided to vote out Matthew for his athleticism. However, they was unaware that Rob was plotting with the outsiders. After careful consideration, Rob voted out Alex. Alex was blindsided and became the third member of the jury. At Final Tribal Council, Alex proclaimed that the words "honesty" and "integrity" mean nothing to him and doesn't want to heard those words again. Alex then asked the finalist what was their biggest regret in the game. Jenna said placing too much trust in untrustworthy people. Matthew said it was naivety and choosing to align with Ryan. In the end, Alex voted for Jenna to win.
|Alex' Voting History|
| Voted Against|
|2||Tambaqui Tribe Immune|
|4||Tambaqui Tribe Immune|
|5||Jaburu Tribe Immune|
|11||Matthew|| Butch, Christy,|
|Voted Off, Day 30|
| Voted for|
- Alex is now married to Survivor: Africa contestant Kim Powers. Both attended the Survivor 10th anniversary party.
- Alex was nominated in Survivor: America's Tribal Council as "Sexiest Male", but lost to Colby Donaldson.
- His luxury item was a triathlon medal.
- He is the only Amazon contestant who voted for Matthew more than once.
|Survivor: The Amazon Castaways|