Wendell Holland Biography
This is what you need to know about Wendell F. Holland, II, the American reality television star and furniture company owner. Holland is well known for competing on the American reality show Survivor and emerging the winner on May 23, 2018, of season 36 of Survivor: Ghost Island.
Wendell Holland Age
Wendell F. Holland, II was born on March 8, 1984, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is 35 years old as of 2019.
Wendell Holland Height
- Not Known.
Wendell Holland Wife
Holland has managed to keep his love life away from the public eye making it difficult to know whether he is married, engaged, or dating. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Wendell Holland Net Worth
Holland has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars. His careers as a reality television star and a furniture designer are the primary source of his income.
Wendell Holland Education
Holland went to Morehouse College, where he graduated from phi beta kappa, and University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he became a lawyer. He ultimately left his law practice, after selling several home-made beds on Craigslist, and founded Beve Unlimited, a furniture company in Philadelphia.
Wendell Holland Survivor
Holland participated in Survivor: Ghost Island, the 36th season of Survivor in 2018. He started on the Naviti tribe where he aligned with Domenick Abbate.
Holland and Abbate tried to target Perkins after Noble was sent to Ghost Island, but Ricke was blindsided at Tribal Council, shocking Holland, and Abbate. Despite appearing to be on the bottom, Holland stayed in the game after Naviti won the next two challenges.
Holland and Abbate formed a secret final four alliance with original Malolo members Laurel Johnson and Donathan Hurley. At the Final Eight, Holland was targeted by the female members from the original Naviti tribe but managed to escape elimination.
At the Final Five, Holland used Reichenbach’s necklace on Johnson, but it was unneeded as Hurley was unanimously voted out. When Abbate won the final immunity challenge, he saved Johnson which required Holland and Perkins to compete in a fire-making challenge. Holland defeated Perkins which earned him a spot at the Final Tribal Council.
During the Final Tribal Council, Holland was respected for his more relaxed social game, but jury members wondered what he did throughout the game. Both Holland and Abbate ended up tying with five jury votes each, making it the first time in Survivor history where the jury vote ended in a tie.
Following the tie, Johnson, who had no votes, became the final jury member and cast the deciding vote. It was revealed on May 23, 2018, that Johnson voted for Holland, thus making him the sole Survivor.