Former ‘Survivor’ Contestant Looks Like Mob Boss, Fans Say

Fans of “Survivor” might keep in mind “Survivor: Guatemala” contestant Judd Sergeant for his caustic perspective, brief mood, and memorable New Jersey accent. In reality, he could also be remembered finest for his legendary last phrases after he was blindsided by his allies Stephenie LaGrossa and Rafe Judkins: “Thanks guys. Hope you guys all get bit by a freakin’ crocodile.”

Although followers of “Survivor” have not gotten to see way more of Judd since his one-time look on the show’s eleventh season, there are actually a couple of current pictures of Judd circulating on-line which have followers evaluating the 51-year-old doorman to a mob boss.

Fans Think Judd Now Looks Like Tony Soprano

In 2019, Judd re-tweeted a photothat he took with a fan, apparently within the lodge at which he works as a doorman. Recently, the photograph resurfaced on Reddit, with the caption of the primary publish saying: “So… Judd (Guatemala) turned Tony Soprano?!” Referring to the enduring protagonist of HBO’s “The Sopranos.”

One prime touch upon the publish re-hashed an imaginary dialog between Tony and one among his capos, Paulie Gualtieri:

Paulie: Hey tone, dis Judd man on survivor kinda appears to be like such as you

Tony: ah jesus chwist Paulie, he appears to be like nothing like me

Judd’s most up-to-date Twitter posting, in June 2021, was one otherphotoof himself, through which he stands in entrance of a tree with a clenched fist, trying comparable in look to 1 followers have been commenting on.

Judd Drank an Entire Pitcher of Wine In One Gulp

In a 2020 “quarantine questionnaire” with EW, the enduring “Survivor” participant gave an replace on his life: he defined that he was nonetheless working as a doorman on the identical lodge he is labored at since he was on “Survivor” in 2005 (additionally the identical he is been working at since he was 18), however that, “Because of COVID, my lodge has been closed and slowly opening their doorways.I’ve been spending a variety of time with household and loving each second.”

He additionally defined that his daughter, who he talked about steadily throughout his time on the show, was about to graduate from Montclair State University, in New Jersey. He added that his spouse, who appeared on the show throughout a family members go to on the episode which might develop into Judd’s final as a contestant (he would go on to be the season’s fourth jury member), had since had “4 mind surgical procedures,” however that her showing on the show and attending to spend time with him on the island was a “dream come true.”

When requested a couple of memorable second that did not make the air, Judd revealed that, through the reward Judd, who was then 34, went on with Stephenie and Bobby Jon Drinkard, he was so thirsty he drank a complete pitcher of what he assumed was water, “however it wasn’t water,” he defined. “It was white wine, multi function sip, and in a while. Thank God the cameraman wasn’t awake.”

Although many followers have taken to roasting Judd within the years since his look on “Guatemala” (with one Tribal Council – through which the short-tempered Judd spends almost everything of the video interrupting everybody whereas criticizing fellow contestant Margaret Bobonich for saying he would not pay attention – being labeled “essentially the most iconic ‘Survivor’ second” by followers), Judd stated he was “okay with the edit. What you see is what you get. I’m undoubtedly not shy, no filter.” He added that he was “undoubtedly extra mature” now.

When requested if he ever regretted happening the show, Judd replied, “Absolutely not,” and when requested if he would ever return, Judd enthusiastically replied: “YEAH MAN OF COURSE I HAVE BEEN PRAYING FOR THAT PHONE CALL.”

“Survivor” airs Wdnesdays at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.


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