Survivor

Survivor 2015: Character Type Predictions for Worlds Apart with Angie Caunce

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Angie Caunce returns  to RHAP to break down how the new cast of Survivors fits in to her character-type system.  Angie bases the demographic information and personality assessments from the cast bios and interviews to tell us which players are most likely to perform well based on their profile.

Listed below are Angie’s character types so you can play along as you listen.

Men – Younger
Seduce and Destroy Young professional (marketing/sales), “ladies man”, super arrogant, thinks he’s very charming
Surfer Dude Long hair, easy going, very athletic, new agey, social, flakey job, calls you bro
Ponyboy 25-35 The weirdo, strange job, seems the odd person out, nice, not strategic, likeable
John McClane 25-35 regular Joe (blue collar job), aggressive,  intense, funny, social, athletic

 

Men – Older
Alpha Male Control Freak CEO or doctor, rich and powerful, bossy, controlling
The Specialist Eccentric, little crazy, full of himself, huge character with huge stories, a legend in his own mind
True Grit Retired pro athlete or military guy, cop, firefighter. Bloody minded, single purpose, tough, not social
Heisenberg Intense middle aged man. Usually blue collar job. Very aggressive and high energy. Can be strong but not athletic. Critical and cut throat. Willing to do anything.
Mr. Miagi Kind, wise, intelligent, well spoken, not intense, highly reflective, easy going
Men – Old or Young
Know It All Superfan, highly intelligent, understands strategy, often well educated, funny, can be arrogant
Perez Hilton Gay, super social, witty, extremely likeable
Good Ol’ Boy Southern accent, country roots, often a farmer/rancher, social, loyal, easy to get along with

 

Women – Younger
Secretly Smart Bikini Babe 20-25 law/med student, very pretty, very intelligent
Little Red Riding Hood Very young, gorgeous, pageant girl, tough but not super smart.
Siren Very social, charming, pretty, talks about how she flirts all the time
Erin Brokovich 30-45 regular-ish job, very social, athletic, smart, competitive
Chelsea Handler Any profession. Very witty, critical, doesn’t have to be gorgeous, highly intelligent, very social
G.I. Jane Extremely tough and athletic, likes to hunt/fish, sometimes a pro athlete
Meredith Grey 25-35 doctor, lawyer, cop, teacher. Smart, intense, high energy
Lady Gaga Flakey, new agey, not mainstream, not strategic, spacey
Oh No You Didn’t Loud, bossy, big opinions, outgoing, explosive, social, strong
Culturally Awkward Girl Outsider, nice, not strategic, shy, often Asian, sometimes weird job
Women – Older
Mommy Dearest 35+ mom, may or may not be athletic, either very maternal or very cutting
Tough Old Broad 40+ wirey, very athletic, loyal, sometimes too nice, emotional
I Can See Your Periscope 40+  lawyer/cop/firefighter, very good at reading people, bossy, intelligent
Crazy Cat Lady Older, unstable, emotional, loud, off-putting, rough around the edges

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