Rafe Judkins

TV Writer

1983 –


Who is Rafe Judkins?

Rafe Lee Judkins was a contestant on the 11th season of Survivor, which took place in Guatemala. He is now a working TV writer with credits on shows such as My Own Worst Enemy, Chuck, and Marvel's Agents of SHIELD.

Judkins was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in a large Mormon family that is said to include 60 first cousins. Rafe's childhood involved him spending time painting rocks and taking apart machines. This was probably because of his mother being an artist and father being an inventor. He spent 14 years in Sewickley Academy after moving to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the age of five. His time was spent towards teaching English and science to inner city middle school students. He graduated in 2001 and was selected as the member of the senior class most likely to be on Survivor.

Judkins moved to Providence, Rhode Island, sometime after graduating from the Academy to attend Brown University. His main focus during this time was in biology and anthropology. He also managed the Brown Outdoor Leadership Training program, which is used to give students exposure to wilderness situations with small groups of people. He also founded a cooking class for students which is run by Brown's head catering chef.

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Jan 8, 1983
Salt Lake City
Also known as
  • Rafe Lee Judkins
  • United States of America
  • Brown University
  • Sewickley Academy
Lived in
  • Providence

on July 23, 2013


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