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Vecepia Towery Biography, Age, Net worth, Survivor|Tv Personality, Husband, Education

Vecepia Towery (Vecepia Towery-Robinson) is an American office manager and reality TV personality, best known for winning Survivor: Marquesas, the fourth season of Survivor. She is best known for producing the best Tv shows and many others. She served in Soesterberg, Netherlands for several years and was later inducted into the Air Force’s Europe Sports Hall of Fame She was stationed in Turkey during Operation Desert Storm.

Vecepia Towery Biography

Vecepia Towery (Vecepia Towery-Robinson) is an American office manager and reality TV personality, best known for winning Survivor: Marquesas, the fourth season of Survivor. She is best known for producing the best Tv shows and many others. She served in Soesterberg, Netherlands for several years and was later inducted into the Air Force’s Europe Sports Hall of Fame She was stationed in Turkey during Operation Desert Storm.

Vecepia Towery Age

Vecepia Towery was born on December 9, 1965, in Portland, Oregon, United States. Vecepia Towery is 53 years old as of 2018.

Vecepia Towery Net worth

Vecepia Towery earns his income from his businesses and other related organizations. She also earns her income from her work as a journalist. She also earns her income from the Awards industry because she has won several Awards. She has an estimated net worth $ 1 million dollars.

Vecepia Towery Education

Vecepia Towery attended Grant High School and Portland Community College before going on to receive her bachelor’s degree in human services from Troy State University in Alabama.

Vecepia Towery Husband

Vecepia Towery married Leander Robinson who had made a brief appearance on the episode where loved ones of the remaining castaways came to visit. The birth of their son was later the subject of an episode of TLC’s A Baby Story. Her nephew, Roy L. Williams, is a former football star who played safety for the Dallas Cowboys.

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Vecepia Towery Survivor|Tv Personality

In 2001, Vecepia Towery decided to apply for the reality TV competition show  Survivor. Despite searching the Internet and contacting CBS’ New York headquarters directly, she was unable to find information on how to apply and quickly gave up her quest. About a month later, she was claimed to have received a sign from God, and she resumed her search and found application information that she needed at CBS’ own Web site. Shortly thereafter, she was cast on Survivor: Marquesas, the series’ fourth season.

She is an Originally Maraamu tribe, who were targeted at the beginning of the game. When her tribe lost the first immunity challenge, she did not join the rest of her tribe to vote out Peter Harkey, but together with Sean Rector voted for Sarah Jones, believing that she was not pulling her weight. When Maraamu lost immunity once again in Episode Two, she joined Rector, Rob Mariano, and Jones to vote out the tribe’s motherly figure, Patricia Jackson, due to her bossy attitude.

When the tribe lost immunity it once regained in Episode Three, the new alliance of four targeted the tribe’s strongest member, Hunter Ellis, and he was voted out. In Episode Four, a tribal shuffle resulted in Towery moving from the Maraamu tribe to the Rotu tribe, along with Mariano and Rector. But Jones was left on Maraamu alone and was voted out shortly after. An immunity win in Episode Six ensured Mariano, Rector, and Towery safety going into the merge.

When the two tribes merged into one, Soliantu, the old-Rotu members targeted the alliance of Towery, Rector, and Mariano. Seemingly doomed, Mariano was the first targeted due to his excessive scheming; even Towery voted for him at tribal council as a way to distance herself from her old alliance. At the Final Nine, Towery and Rector convinced Kathy Vavrick-O’Brien to side with them against the Rotu Four, but they also needed the votes of Paschal English and Neleh Dennis to ensure a majority.

Both English and Dennis were against the idea, but the immunity challenge revealed the pecking order of the game, and which showed the arrogance of the Rotu alliance, allowed them to see they were playing for fifth or sixth place. As a result, Dennis and English sided with Towery, Rector, and Vavrick-O’Brien, and voted out John Carroll, the Rotu alliance leader. With the new five-way alliance holding the power, it systematically voted out the members of the broken alliance one after the other, beginning with Zoe Zanidakis, then Tammy Leitner, and finally Robert DeCanio.

At the Final Five, Towery and Rector let Vavrick-O’Brien was clearly swinging to vote the bond between Dennis and English was too strong to be broken. Despite denying a two-way alliance between themselves, Rector and Towery stayed together and voted against Dennis. But Vavrick-O’Brien sided with Dennis and English, and Rector was voted out, leaving Towery without any allies. Obviously the next target, Towery knew she needed to win immunity and did exactly that, guaranteeing herself a spot in the Final Three.

Immediately Vavrick-O’Brien realized that she could be voted out, and this made a Final Two alliance with Towery. They voted against Dennis who, along with English, voted against Vavrick-O’Brien, resulting in a very tight deadlock. In two minutes she decided, the four decision and a tie-breaker which were put into place because of her immunity, the remaining three castaways drew rocks in order to determine who was voted out. English, even though he had never received any votes against him, drew the purple rock and was eliminated.

This was a very controversial move by the Survivor producers who were said to have a mistake. From that point, the drawing rocks have never been used in a Final Four situation, with the producers opting to use a fire-building challenge instead. Once in the Final Three, Vavrick-O’Brien and Towery’s alliance seemed sure to hold out, but when the former fell in the endurance immunity challenge, the latter made a deal to give immunity to Dennis in exchange for taking Towery to the Final Two. Dennis agreed and Vavrick-O’Brien was voted out.

Once in the Final Two, both Towery and Dennis faced accusations of hypocrisy by the jury, and Towery explained that she was playing a very strategic game. In the end, Towery beat out Dennis in a 4–3 vote to become the Sole Survivor, gaining the votes of Carroll, Leitner, DeCanio, and Rector. Towery was the first African American contestant to win Survivor, succeeded by Earl Cole of Survivor: Fiji, Jeremy Collins of Survivor: Cambodia, and Wendell Holland of Survivor: Ghost Island.

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