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Natalie White was born on 22 April, 1983 in Little Rock, AR, is a Pharmaceutical sales representative, television personality. At 37 years old, Natalie White height not available right now. We will update Natalie White's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Pharmaceutical sales representative, television personality
Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 22 April 1983
Birthday 22 April
Birthplace Little Rock, AR
Nationality AR

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Natalie White Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Natalie White worth at the age of 37 years old? Natalie White’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from AR. We have estimated Natalie White's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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White is the daughter of Ken and Diane Powell of Bryant, Arkansas. She graduated from Bryant High School and went on to Arkansas State University in Jonesboro for two years. She then transferred to the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, where she completed a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing in 2005. She later went to work for Teva Pharmaceuticals as a sales representative; after 15 months on the job, she suddenly left the company to compete on Survivor.

White was cast on the television series Survivor: Samoa, the 19th season of the American version of Survivor. She was initially placed in the Foa Foa tribe, which lost five out of the six immunity challenges prior to the merge. She survived all those rounds without her name ever being written down for elimination. After the merge, she orchestrated the elimination of Erik Cardona by swaying Laura Morett, Kelly Sharbaugh, and Monica Padilla to convince the rest of Galu to vote for Cardona in a blindside. At Tribal Council, White's plan came into fruition and Cardona became the first member of the jury. The day after Tribal Council, White came across a rat at camp. She subsequently clubbed the rat to death and presented it to her fellow tribe members for consumption, shocking them all.


At the time of the filming of Survivor: Samoa, White was dating Justin Thomas, also a resident of Van Buren. As of 2014, she has made limited speaking engagements and purchased a new home in Blanchard, Oklahoma.


On the tenth episode, there was a 5–5 tie between White and Morett. Shannon "Shambo" Waters flipped to Foa Foa to vote against Morett, while the five remaining Galu members voted against White, expecting a deadlocked tie and purple rock tiebreaker. On the revote, John Fincher of Galu flipped his vote from White to Morett, ensuring Morett's elimination and avoiding the possibility of drawing a purple rock.


In January 2010, White hosted the "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains Preview" special on TV Guide Network.


On December 20, 2009, during the live finale, it was announced that White had won the title of Sole Survivor. She won by a vote of 7–2–0, defeating runner-up Hantz and third-place Trimming. Hantz, after realizing that he had lost, announced live on the air that he would offer her US$10,000 for the title of "Sole Survivor," but said that she could keep the $1 million prize. He then increased his offer to $100,000. White declined both offers.


Natalie White (born April 22, 1983) is a former reality TV personality known for being the winner of Survivor: Samoa. A native of Bryant, Arkansas, White has a background in marketing and pharmaceutical sales.