Tampa's Brad Culpepper returning to 'Survivor' for reality series' 34th season
We never really stop seeing Brad Culpepper's face here in Tampa Bay, what with all the billboards and commercials, but this spring the rest of the country will get reacquainted with him.
The Culpepper in Culpepper Kurland law firm, former Buccaneers player and Tampa resident is returning to national TV for Season 34 of the reality competition series Survivor. The new season titled Survivor: Game Changers will feature Culpepper, 47, as a member of the "Nuku" tribe.
It's only the fourth season of the series to feature all players returning from previous seasons. In 2013, Culpepper, along with his wife Monica Culpepper, appeared on the 27th season of the show titled Survivor: Blood vs. Water. Brad Culpepper finished 15th out of 20 contestants on Blood vs. Water, while Monica Culpepper finished as a close runner up for the top prize (Monica Culpepper also appeared on Survivor: One World in 2011).
According to CBS.com, when asked how he'd changed since he last competed on Survivor, Brad Culpepper offered the succinct (and confusing) answer, "I’m one year older."
Survivor: Game Changers will premiere on March 8 at 8 p.m. You can check out the full cast of Survivor: Game Changers and other details from CBS's announcement here.