Survivor - CBS

Are you a Survivor? Are you ready to test your physical and mental limits on the most challenging television competition shows of all time? CBS is currently searching for contestants for their newest seasons of the grandaddy of all reality TV shows, Survivor. Casting calls will be happening soon and audition submissions are currently being accepted for the latest installments of this amazing test of will.

The brainchild of reality mega producer Mark Burnett (creator of such hits as The Apprentice and The Voice along with many others) Survivor first aired on May 31, 2000 to both critical praise and enormous ratings and it hasn’t slowed down since. For 24 seasons the world has watched with rapt attention as groups of colorful competitors fight, scrape, scheme and plot their way through months of challenges and comfort deprivments on a variety of remote locations all for the  grand prize of $1 MILLION DOLLARS. This is truly the most fantastic challenge in the history of television. Not only do the Survivor participants have to endure living without basic necessities of life they must endure obstacle courses, physical tests of limits and the mental head games played by opponents. This is the game that will truly test you in every way. Are you ready for the most intense experience of your life? Auditions and casting calls for the next two season of Survivor are going on soon. If you would like to apply online you can go here cbssurvivorcasting.com/survivor-how-to-apply and be sure to leave a comment for us below and stay tuned for all of the up to the minute casting information.

The challenge of a lifetime and a $1 Million dollar grand prize could soon be yours. The time for you to become the next Survivor champion is here. Submit yourself today and show millions of viewers that you have what it takes to be a Survivor.





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407 Casting Responses

  1. Kristy Goodall

    My name is Kristy Goodall and I am a survivor. I was born without my left hand. With that came many life challenges that have taught me to overcome adversity and rise above it .

    My parents divorced when I was 2 years old, I was kidnapped by my mother and my dad had to hire private investigators to find me. Long story short custody was awarded to my father and I grew up in Iowa with my brother and dad. My dad taught me to work hard and never give up. HE taught me to NEVER use my handicap as an excuse for anything in my lifetime.

    In my lifetime I have wrangled teams of horses for dude strings in the black hills of South Dakota, coached and played volleyball and soccer, I love rock climbing, scuba diving and have spent half of my life hunting big game in Wyoming with my son. Ive been married and divorced, have an incredible 20 year old son with Aspergers – of whom I have had to teach how to survive in a world that does not cater to people that are different. I have obtained two masters degrees and I am currently the principal at an alternative high school in Dickinson North Dakota. I ride and show horses, just recently winning a world championship on my young 3 year old quarter horse in TUlsa OK. I also do competitive field trials with my pointing dogs in NSTRA – National Shoot to Retrieve – where one of my little Brittanys is sitting at #7 in the national standings and #1 Brittany in the organization.

    To say that my life has been about competing, surviving, and proving that “I CAN” is an understatement. Besides having to be tough about my own life, I have to also be able to find that level of compassion of empathy and understanding when it comes to my At-Risk students – I live my life in ways I hope that my students will emulate. I want my students to know that yes, life is not fair, it is not easy and sometimes not fun. But it is how you respond to that and build yourself up and create resiliency in your life that enable you to go on. I feel that because of my background and who I am – I would be a hell of a competitor on Survivor – and I have a lifetime of experiences to bring to the table. I have watched every episode , every season, and each year I kept thinking – this is the year I will apply – Well This is the year – I am giving it a shot – I am ready to do this and be the ultimate Survivor

  2. CASEY FRENCH

    My son & I would love to do a mother/son vs daddy/ daughter challenge!!! Believe it would be AMAZING!!!!!

  3. Richmond Rivera

    Dear Creators of Survivor,
    I’m 21 years old. I always watch survivor’s editions. Watching tge show is so much interesting and I really want to be one of it for the next season. I am fond of adventurous activitues, solving puzzles and something that I haven’t tried before. I want to experience amazing challenges with survivor. I believe that life is so hard but there us something I can do about it, I have to face it and accept challenges, for me to become a better person. It’s merely about winning the pruze but the lesson behind is you’ll developing yourself on how to strategize properly, building relationship with others and how to live life on you own hardwork.

  4. Kwame Surpris

    I’m great for tv

  5. James Dennis

    My name is Jim Dennis. I am 63 years old, and have been a Survivor fan for years. Like Cirie, I have sat and watched many seasons. Yes, I am overweight and somewhat out of shape, but as my son says about me, “I am old enough to be bold.” I have been a prison librarian for many years with an occasional attempt at standup paddleboarding, skydiving and whitewater rafting. To me, I this would be the ultimate survivor experience. To take someone like me totally out of my comfort zone and into the Survivor setting would force me to adapt in ways I couldn’t imagine. I have the social skills, the logic skills, and I am up for the physical challenges. These younger folks might have the better physical skills but sometimes the maturity triumph.

  6. Andy Smaldon

    My name is Andrew and I am a Canadian. I am ex military (Leopard Tank Driver and Gunner), have a Black Belt in Okinawan Karate, worked with young offenders for 15 years, and I am now employed as a Production Supervisor in a factory. I will be 55 years old in November and I am currently in the middle of a life changing fitness program in order to regain some level of competitive fitness. I have gained a lot of weight over the years after suffering from a couple of serious injuries and the loss of my father and brother. I am back in the game and would love to compete on your show.

  7. Eza

    Sup Mark Burnett,
    I’m 25 from OKC and I’m as broke as your former CEO. I need $, man. I know for sure you’re not gonna read all these. HMU assistant.

  8. Kevin Murphy

    Dear, Creators
    Im 50 years old. im 6’2. i’ve been hunting and fishing most my life, the rest i’ve been playing games. So i think i would be a great competitor mentally and physically. my favorite past survivor is Russel from season 19/20. Thank you for your time.

  9. ciera wilmering

    Dear creators
    Im 32 years old, i have watched survivor as long as its been running. i would love the opportunity to play the game and see how far i can go in a survival situation. My favorite past survivor is Ozzie. I exercise and ride my bike 10 miles every day.

  10. Tyler

    Hello!! I would like to put out a possible suggestion for a season. I propose that Jeff play his own game. Watching stranger or returning players battle for the title of sole survivor is fun, but why not throw in someone we’ve all been familiar with since the beginning. Just an interesting idea I had.

  11. Tim Rice

    I’m looking forward to hearing if a 52 yr old Canadian living in Kitchener, Ontario would be welcome on the show. Been an avid watcher since the show began. Being in the outdoors in Northern Ontario springs, summers, winters and fall is not an issue and I like keeping physically active .The social game however?,,,,, lol Christine says I can be an asshole and to honest how I feel about you at times but hey, part of the game right?. lol So like I said, before I go on and on I am not even sure if a Canadian is even eligible to apply?? Anyone out there have an info?

  12. dave mcallen

    Lets cut to the chase go to my facebook page Dave Mcallen-I’ve been trying since Australia,sent 30 tapes yeah vcr did 10 or 12 live casting calls .since you have a new casting head maybe nows the time,Too much to write but I can FREAKING talk

  13. Jimmi Nesbor

    I am currently 51 in decent shape and have always been a survivor. I have a wife, 3 daughters and animals. I was in the service out of high school moved around the US meeting new people. I can assimilate with any crowd even if I don’t like them… I want another challenge. Another time to bet it all. I like to joke around a lot although people sometimes are not sure I am joking.

    Whatever you want to throw my way I will chew up and smile. So put me on the show and bring the pain.

  14. Amanda Briggs

    Omg this would be a dream come true. I have thought about auditioning for years now but just never fully talked myself into it. My entire stance was “Let a fat girl play” I’m not obese but I’m not a cute little petite girl either. I want to prove to myself and to others that no matter the size this game is about “outwit/outplay/outlast” I believe that I could do that.
    I am 40 years old and would love to take on this challenge in this stage of my life. I have watched every season and then have re-watched because I enjoy it so much.

  15. Jett Latham

    WASSUP!! im 17 and i am an insane person! I am very entertaining. I think so anyway. My goal is to not get voted out first. But hey if I do, I’ll make it worth it. I crave adventure and I know I’m probably not gonna get selected but hey, you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. so I’m taking my shot and I’m gonna take multiple shots in the game. Be prepared. I may be the youngest but I’m not the dumbest or the weakest. I act sing and dance in musical theater and I am actually pretty athletic despite my weight and height of 5 foot 9, 220 pounds. ah well that never stopped me before and i could stand to lose a little weight anyway. Mwahahhah here we go! Bring it on NATURE!

  16. Austin Matlock

    Hello survivor fans!

    My name is Austin Matlock. I am from good ole Oklahoma City. I am searching for a win in my life and being on survivor would be a dream come true! My dad was a preacher here in Oklahoma and I always felt pressure to fit in to the church seen. I have gotten really good at camoflousing myself and feeding peoples egos. I believe I have the build to be a great survivor contestant, that is fun to watch and can win the damn thing! I would go on there as everyone’s best friend and try and find the perfect time to make moves. I struggle with trust so it would be an interesting inner conflict for me. Trusting my gut vs listening to what others are telling me. I am in decent shape and would at least hold my own in challenges. I am currently working on being sober and I want to use this as a way to get away from reality for a bit and to play the best game in my opinion on tv. I have worked many jobs already (car sales, retail, fitness instructor, warehouse worker, driver, Jamba Juice Manager). That I feel have already shaped me into a decent player. If I got this opportunity I would work as hard as I could to win that million dollars, by taking advantage of my social instincts, and knowing when to burn bridges. My survivor idols are – Cochran, Boston Rob, russel Hans,

  17. Austin rhea Matlock

    Hello survivor fans!

    My name is Austin Matlock. I am from good ole Oklahoma City. I am searching for a win in my life and being on survivor would be a dream come true! My dad was a preacher here in Oklahoma and I always felt pressure to fit in to the church seen. I have gotten really good at camoflousing myself and feeding peoples egos. I believe I have the build to be a great survivor contestant, that is fun to watch and can win the damn thing! I would go on there as everyone’s best friend and try and find the perfect time to make moves. I struggle with trust so it would be an interesting inner conflict for me. Trusting my gut vs listening to what others are telling me. I am in decent shape and would at least hold my own in challenges. I am currently working on being sober and I want to use this as a way to get away from reality for a bit and to play the best game in my opinion on tv. I have worked many jobs already (car sales, retail, fitness instructor, warehouse worker, driver, Jamba Juice Manager). That I feel have already shaped me into a decent player. If I got this opportunity I would work as hard as I could to win that million dollars, by taking advantage of my social instincts, and knowing when to burn bridges. My survivor idols are – Cochran, Boston Rob, russel Hans( dude was entertaining), Tom the guy that was Mr. honor, zeke (representing us okies) and many many more.. those were the ones I identified most with. I am in a rut at the moment, in between jobs, I just really hope I get the chance to represent my friends and family, and give them all something to root for together.

  18. Susan Steele

    Hello to the creators of Survivor –
    My name is Susan Steele, I am 64 1/2 years experience and have watched survivor from the very first season. I am a mother ( not a mother F_ _ _ _ _) of two children, daughter 27 and son 25. Through the years of raising them as a single mom, it was a blessing and a preparation for survivor… they and I did survivor all the stages of their wonderful years.

    I foresee myself on survivor as an adaptable, compassionate and witty person who can sway individual to my way of thinking by tapping into their character and personality.

    I am an anger management counselor and a behavior health specialist whom I work with at-risk children who are in the foster system, now if that’s not surviving through their traumas then I would call it a blessing to be able to demonstrate to these kids not only how to survivor but to succeed.

    I just healed from breast cancer; while going through the treatment of chemo and radiation, I visualized me surviving on survivor. Couldn’t eat, I controlled the vomiting and if I could eat, it tasted like Sh_ _…. So I’m ready for the island feast of food!

    I feel I would be one of the best contestant for your show, I’m of age, with many years of life experience, witting, smart, and just down right friendly to all, even the one’s who are hard to understand and be around. I’ll out smart by making connection, out wit by using my knowledge to humor all and out play by demonstrating my adaptabity to different environments, people, situations, find hidden immunities (and not tell anyone), win challenges when it’s necessary and show compassion to all…. and out last through Validation of connections with individual and honesty, I will be determine to out wit the strong one whom if you don’t get them out early, they will win…

    This social game for all ages, a once in a life time experience, to be able to bring my 64 1/2 years of life experience and demonstrate the talent, skill, knowledge, love, compassion and desire for living and adapt to different environments, can change one’s outlook in their life.

    I hope to hear from the creators of survivor

  19. Jonathon Shearer

    Hi, my name is Jonathon. I am 20 years old and enlisted in the Air Force, soon to commission. I have always wanted to be on Survivor and would love to be able to have a chance to represent my branch. I am a flightline maintainer, which means I have to work outside in negative degree weather. Rain, snow, or shine, we are taught to “embrace the suck”. Hope for the best but expect the worst. Let me show you what “Shearer” willpower can accomplish.

  20. Abby

    I’m15 years old, and have been watching survivor for as long as I can remember. I’m an adventurous person and love the outdoors, and want to test myself. My survivor idol is Tony, and I hope to play not only using a strong social game but also a strong physical one. This is my dream and I hope I get the chance to make it come true!

  21. natalie Moulton

    My name is Natalie and I’m 53yrs old, over weight and battling with alopecia universal. Everyday I wake up and try to find all the positives in my life regardless of how many times life has knocked me down. I’m already a survivor, but have followed the show Survivor since the first show and would love to be on Survivor. Plus it would probably be the only vacation outside of California I’ll get! Things I love… my family, my dogs, playing my guitar, and taking care of all the children I love!

  22. Brad Wolf

    Please think about a season of over 60 year olds. Could be very amusing, and something very different from all past shows. As a retiring business owner my dream would be able to compete in the greatest social game.
    Been watching since the very first show.

  23. Debbie Hartwig

    My life requires excitement and mystery.. I would like to be in a game of twists and turns and be all that I can be. Strong Confident women who knows what she wants and will get it,

  24. Shame

    15 years old, would be the youngest survivor in history. Biggest survivor inspiration is Richard Hatch by far, I mean He’s the first and all and by far had the best mental game in survivor history. I’m a reasonably strong worker and Would love to test my social skills. I don’t expect to win, I expect to change the game.

  25. Selah

    17 year old in a junior college on track to get my AA when I’m 18. I grew up the youngest and the only girl in my house. I think this would be an amazing early life experience for me to help me grown and mature.

  26. Amber

    Thrill seeking, test the limits, motivated, driving personality, can do, hard worker, juggling multiple jobs, back in college to finish AA then BA. Would love for a great experience where I can push myself further and become a better woman

  27. Christopher Thurlow

    Chance of a lifetime

  28. Den'ee

    I can use some living in my life … chance of this being read ? that’s my life unnoticed .. but if noticed here I would like a chance to play.
    thank you

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    • Den'ee

      52 white female single only responsibility’s in my life are 3 Maine coon cats

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  29. Frank osuna

    Hi my name is Frank, I’m 56yrs old. I’ve wanted to be on survivor for quite some time… but when my youngest was about 6 yrs she didn’t want me to try… she would miss me too much because she missed me when I went to work. Now she is 16. And says go ahead dad. my wife and older daughter both are supportive for me to also try. I think my life experiences would help me to do well on the show. I was a military brat living in the states and Europe. I was exposed to different types of people which continued when I left home at 17 for college where I worked as a waiter at a private country club while going to school for engineering. Since then I have had 3-career changes. My first career was with airlines as flight attendant ( lots of stories here) where I learned to get along with dmultiple personality’s for coworkers and passengers. My next career was selling cruises , again dealing with people. These 2 careers helped me to read people and figure them out. I now work for At&T outside as a splicing tech. It’s physical and mental. I draw upon my past experience to deal with upset customers at their homes. That’s the short version. Again I think my life experience will help me to do well on the show. Looking forward to a favorable response to be on survivor.

    • Shame

      Let this man get on survivor, I’d watch him

  30. Joseph Gaddis

    me and my cousin and maybe my brother are willing to take the mantle of survivor and destroy all the competition anyday anytime. make sure to let me know if u are interested in seeing what a survivor looks like.