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Who was Survivor contestant Clay Jordan?

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SINCE 2000, Survivor has aired over 40 seasons of the reality competition show featuring a group of castaways on an island.

On Thursday, May 19, 2022, former Survivor contestant Clay Jordan passed away aged 66.

Former Survivor contestant Clay Jordan passed away in May of 2022

Who was Survivor contestant Clay Jordan?

Born on December 30, 1955, Clay Jordan was a native of Canyon, Texas.

Growing up in Levelland, he and his three brothers were raised by a single mother.

Clay was known to spend time outdoors, often camping and hunting around his family ranch.

When he was not competing on reality television, Clay worked as a restaurant owner.

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According to his official Survivor biography, Clay enjoyed “golfing, video editing, production, photography and having fun.”

Was Clay Jordan married?

Clay Jordan and his wife, Linda, met when they were teenagers and remained together throughout their entire lives.

They married on October 9, 1976, at the age of 20.

Linda passed away in February of 2022.


Together, Clay and Linda shared two children: Andy and Shanda Jordan.

The late couple were also grandparents to Brooks, Barrett, and Jameson Jordan.

Clay Jordan finished as the runner-up on Survivor: Thailand in 2002
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When was Clay Jordan on Survivor?

Clay Jordan competed on the fifth season of Survivor in Province, Thailand, in 2002.

Although he did not win, Clay finished in second place as the runner-up.

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During his run on the show, Clay became the first man to be placed on a tribe by default after either leader did not pick him.

He attended the Survivor tenth anniversary party in January of 2010.

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