Ethan Zohn is a Professional soccer player from Lexington Massachusetts who currently lives in New York.
In 1999 he started working freelance as a brand name developer for new products.
He was the 8th person eliminated on Survivor All-Stars.
He has dated several past Survivor contestants including Jenna Morasca, Jenna Lewis, and Amber Brkich.
In Survivor Africa he never received a vote against him.
On Survivor the tribes he has been a part of include Boran, Moto Maji, Saboga, and Mogo Mogo.
He won Survivor Africa by a vote of five to two. The people who voted for him were Lex, Tom, Teresa, Frank, and Kelly.
On Survivor All-Stars he won one immunity challenge and one reward challenge. His tribe won a total of five challenges.
His favorite T.V. shows are Seinfeld, The O.C., and Freaks & Geeks. His favorite movies include Can't Buy Me Love, Field of Dreams, and Rudy.
He likes adventure racing, whiffle ball, kayaking, scuba diving, and going to the beach.
His favorite actors and actresses include Jason Lee, Patrick Dempsey, Robert De Niro, Winona Ryder, and Cameron Diaz.
His favorite sports teams are the Celtics and Manchester United.
He has worked with Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric Aids organization, YouthAids organization, and Colon Cancer Alliance.
He is a spokesperson for America Scores, which is an association that gives inner city kids a chance to play soccer.
He has two brothers, named Lenard and Lee.
He likes cooking and is a vegetarian.
During the six months after he went to college he traveled in Australia and New Zealand.
In 1996 he graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology.
From 1998 to 2002 he was the assistant coach for the Men's and Women's Soccer Team at Fairleigh Dickinson University, which is located in Teaneck, New Jersey.
He has played goalie for the Highlanders Football Club, Cape Cod Crusaders, and the Hawaii Tsunami.
He started the Grassroot Soccer Program, which is a non-profit organization that trains Africa's professional soccer players to teach children about HIV and AIDS prevention.