|Birth Date||November 20, 1976|
Brook Geraghty is a contestant from Survivor: Vanuatu.
Brook Geraghty was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He grew up in Winthrop, Massachusetts, a small town just outside of Boston. He attended Winthrop High School, where he played varsity soccer and hockey and graduated in 1995.
Geraghty played hockey after high school, which led him to The Winchendson School where he became a member of their Division II New England Championship hockey team. In 1997, Geraghty played for a junior hockey team called the Boston Bulldogs. He then attended Bentley College where he also played on their hockey team and was a member of the 2001 senior class cabinet. While in college, he spent his summers working at a day camp for kids. Upon graduation from college, Geraghty traveled to Germany. Returning to the US, he became employed with a sales team of a Fortune 500 company.
In his spare time, Geraghty enjoys playing ice hockey, working out and hanging with his friends. He is a self-described SURVIVOR fanatic.
Geraghty currently lives in Winthrop, Massachusetts His birth date is November 20, 1976.
Brook was placed on the Lopevi tribe, an all-male tribe that was immediately divided by physical ability. Brook, along with John Kenney, John Palyok, and Brady Finta were seen as the strongest members of Lopevi and the most likely to join forces in an alliance. Brady, however, sought his own personal vendetta against Rory Freeman. With Chris Daugherty, a physically weaker member of Lopevi, thinking his head was on the chopping block for performing poorly in the first Immunity Challenge, he gathered the 'older men' in a 5-way alliance consisting of himself, Rory, Lea Masters, Chad Crittenden, and Travis Sampson, to vote off the younger members as a way to keep themselves strong once the game became individual. With this motive in mind, Brook was seen as the most physically threatening member of Lopevi and was voted out 5-3-1.
|Brook's Voting History|
| Voted Against|
|1||Chris|| Chad, Chris, Lea,|
|Voted Off, Day 3|
- Brook attended the 10th anniversary of Survivor.
- Brook is the first male to finish in 18th place.
- Brook became the twelfth castaway to never win a challenge.
|Survivor: Vanuatu Castaways|