|Born:||April 27, 1959|
|Occupation:||U.S. Mail Carrier|
Diane Ogden is a contestant from Survivor: Africa.
Retrieved from CBS.com
Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, Diane Ogden was raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, where she attended Lincoln High School. She has also taken college courses at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln) and Southeast Community College. She currently serves as a mail carrier for the United States Post Office. Previous employment includes work as a nurse's aide and as a carhop waitress at a fast food restaurant.
Ogden's favorite hobbies include jewelry making, home improvement and entertaining guests at her pool, where she loves to swim. She describes herself as tenacious, resourceful and fun-loving. She is passionate about children's education and works closely with her son's Boy Scout troop.
Twice divorced, Diane Ogden has one daughter, Jessica and one son, Alex. She also has one dog, Cleo. Her birth date is April 27.
On Day 1, during the hike, Diane held the tribe's map while on their way to camp. She then made a crucial mistake by leading Boran in a wrong direction at the first challenge by wasting valuable time. Adding insult to injury, she collapsed after the rival Samburu tribe won the first Immunity Challenge. Back at camp, tribemate Clarence Black offered her a can of beans for them to share, much to the ire of the other six tribe members. They castigated Clarence for smuggling their food supply without their consent, making him a target of elimination. However, at Boran's first Tribal Council, Clarence's mistake in judgment was overlooked by Diane's weak state and failure to perform in challenges, causing the latter's demise in a 6-2 vote.
|Diane's Voting History|
| Voted Against|
|1||Clarence|| Clarence, Ethan, Jessie,|
Kelly, Kim J., Lex
|Voted Off, Day 3|
- In early 2002, Diane, along with all of her Africa castmates appeared on Late Night with David Letterman where they would present the top 10.
- Diane's luxury item was a journal.
- Diane is the first contestant from Nebraska.
|Survivor: Africa Castaways|