|Born:||February 10, 1983|
|Hometown:||New York City, New York|
|Occupation:||Ivy League Student|
Brian Corridan is a contestant from Survivor: Guatemala.
Retrieved from CBS.com
Originally from New Milford, Connecticut, Brian Corridan graduated as valedictorian of his high school, where he also served as vice president of his class, yearbook editor and co-author of his senior play. He was also voted "Prom Prince" and "Most Likely to Succeed."
Corridan recently graduated with a psychology degree from Columbia University in New York City. While in college, he spent two years as a resident and peer advisor, a tour guide and a research assistant. He also joined the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Corridan's hero is his younger sister, Casey, who rose above her juvenile diabetes to become the captain and star player of her high school field hockey team. He says the craziest thing he would do for a million dollars is check his ethics at the door and break loose with psychological mind games: lie, cheat, steal and flirt.
Corridan believes he can be the Sole Survivor because "I have studied the game since I was 17. I know every aspect of it, and I've written papers on it. My background in psychology will allow me to pinpoint people's insecurities and weaknesses and to manipulate them to my advantage." He describes himself as competitive, perceptive and sarcastic.
Corridan's goal is to return to school to obtain his doctorate in clinical psychology and become a child/adolescent psychologist. His birth date is February 10, 1983.
Brian began the game on the Yaxhá tribe, and quickly bonded with Stephenie LaGrossa, Lydia Morales, Rafe Judkins, and Jamie Newton. He was a strong strategic player and contributed well to the challenges. He helped Yaxhá vote out Morgan McDevitt, saving his ally Lydia, and later Brianna Varela, when a tribal swap occurred. Brian remained on Yaxhá with fellow tribemates Amy O'Hara and Gary Hogeboom, but was outnumbered by the former Nakúm tribe members.
Yaxhá won immunity, but then lost the next challenge. Brian knew that Blake Towsley was getting on everyone's nerves with his crazy frat stories, and made sure to egg him on. This led to Bobby Jon Drinkard and Danni Boatwright voting with the former Yaxhá members to eliminate Blake, temporarily saving Brian. However, Yaxhá lost the next Immunity Challenge as well. Brian was targeted for being the weakest physically, and even Amy and Gary helped to vote him out unanimously.
|Brian's Voting History|
| Voted Against|
|1||Yaxhá Tribe Immune|
|4||Yaxhá Tribe Immune|
|6||Bobby Jon|| Amy, Bobby Jon,|
Brandon, Danni, Gary
|Voted Off, Day 15|
- On January 9, 2010, Brian attended Survivor's 10-year anniversary party.
- On March 15, 2017, Brian, along with Anna Khait, appeared on an episode of Pen Fan Forum hosted by Andrea Boehlke to discuss the third episode of Survivor: Game Changers. He appeared in another episode on April 12, 2017 along with Natalie Anderson and Brice Johnston to discuss the seventh episode of Game Changers. He would again make a third appearance on May 17, 2017 along with Eliza Orlins to discuss the thirteenth episode of Game Changers.
- Brian was the youngest male in Guatemala.
- Brian had the first confessional in Guatemala.
|Survivor: Guatemala Castaways|