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Tony Vlachos was born on 10 September, 1973 in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, is a Police officer, Reality Television Personality. Discover Tony Vlachos's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 47 years old?

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Occupation Police officer, Reality Television Personality
Age 49 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 10 September 1973
Birthday 10 September
Birthplace Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Nationality United States

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His wife is Marissa Vlachos (m. 2012)

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Children Constantine Vlachos, Anastasia Marie Vlachos

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At the Final Tribal Council, Vlachos was commended for blindsiding people without making them mad and himself a target, and his challenge wins. Vlachos's dominant strategic game-play was respected over Natalie Anderson's dominance on the Edge of Extinction and Michele Fitzgerald's underdog status. On May 13, 2020 it was revealed via zoom chat that Vlachos was crowned the winner, receiving 12 of the 16 votes. The four votes he didn't receive were Ethan Zohn, Parvati Shallow, Tyson Apostol, and Jeremy Collins (all of whom voted for Anderson). By winning the season, Vlachos became the first ever male contestant and second overall contestant after Diaz-Twine in the show's history to win Survivor twice.


Survivor: Cagayan has since been acclaimed by many to be one of the most entertaining seasons of Survivor. In a 2015 interview, host Jeff Probst listed Vlachos as one of his top 10 favorite Survivor winners ever, and one of his top 6 favorite male winners, commenting, "I like Tony because he's unlike any winner we've ever had. He's the Tasmanian Devil. He played an incredibly reckless game, but he was so gifted that he could make a mistake and recover because he was lapping you so that he was able to actually catch back up and fix his mistake. It's almost like he had his own time machine. I've never seen anyone play with that much energy and juggle that many balls at once, and pull it all off." In 2016, Vlachos became a part of the Survivor Hall of Fame, along with Tina Wesson and Rupert Boneham. Due to Xfinity TV's discontinuation of the award in 2017, he is the newest Survivor player (by season recency) to be inducted.


In 2000, Vlachos became a Jersey City police officer. On February 5, 2014, he saved a 69-year-old man who had a massive heart attack on his lawn in nine inches of snow.


At the end of the reunion show for the 33rd season, Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X, Vlachos was confirmed to be a participant in the 34th season: Survivor: Game Changers. He started on the Mana tribe. On day 1, Vlachos publicly announced he would be looking for a hidden immunity idol which worried the others. Mana lost the immunity challenge. At the tribal council, Vlachos joined the majority in voting out Ciera Eastin. The next day Vlachos and Sandra Diaz-Twine discussed how no one else would let a former winner win this season, and agreed to align. However, Vlachos later overheard Diaz-Twine talking with Troyzan Robertson, and believed she was targeting him. He then confronted her; she denied targeting him, but she later decided to do so. On Day 6, Mana lost their second immunity challenge. At tribal council, Diaz-Twine lobbied her tribemates into voting out Vlachos by a 7–2 vote.


In 2007, Vlachos began dating a fellow police officer named Marissa Ann. They dated for approximately three years before he proposed to her on July 24, 2010. They married on June 2, 2012, and their daughter, Anastasia Marie, was born on February 16, 2013, five months before Vlachos left to film Survivor: Cagayan. Two months after arriving home, Vlachos and Marissa discovered she was two months pregnant with their second child, a son they named Constantine Anthony, who was born on June 9, 2014.


Anthony Vlachos (born September 10, 1973) is an American police officer, best known for competing on the reality television competition series Survivor where he is widely considered to be one of the greatest players in the show's history. He won the show's 28th season, Survivor: Cagayan, as well as the 40th season, Survivor: Winners at War, the first all-winners season. In the interim, he competed in the 34th season, Survivor: Game Changers, where he was the second person voted out.

Vlachos was born on September 10, 1973, the son of Greek immigrants. He grew up in Jersey City, New Jersey, idolizing law enforcement officers, and dreamed of one day becoming one. He graduated high school in 1992 and spent several years working in various different jobs while "partying" with his friends and working on his automobiles. He states that despite this recreational period in his life, he did not smoke, drink alcohol, or do drugs.


Survivor host Jeff Probst, back when Vlachos had only participated in the show once, already considered him one of its best winners, claiming that that he had "never seen anyone play with that much energy and juggle that many balls at once, and pull it all off." Upon winning the 40th season and its accompanying $2 million prize, Vlachos became the first man to win Survivor twice (and second person altogether after Sandra Diaz-Twine). He has won the most amount of money from Survivor among all contestants, totaling just over $3 million across his three seasons. Since Winners at War, he is sometimes known as the "King of Survivor", a counterpart to Diaz-Twine's "Queen of Survivor" nickname.


During the promotional trailer for the season during the reunion show for the 39th season, Survivor: Island of the Idols, Vlachos was confirmed to be a participant in the 40th season: Survivor: Winners at War.


Vlachos was cast on the 28th season of the CBS reality television show Survivor. The theme of the season was Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty. Vlachos was cast as a "brawn" and started out on the Aparri tribe. Before the first tribal swap, Aparri dominated the immunity challenges and did not go to tribal council. During this time, Vlachos formed an alliance, dubbed "Cops-R-Us", with fellow police officer Sarah Lacina. Despite this alliance, Vlachos lied to Lacina about his profession, claiming he was a construction worker. Vlachos also became close with Trish Hegarty and was wary of the popularity of former NBA All-Star Clifford Robinson. Vlachos was able to find the Aparri tribe's hidden immunity idol with help of the clue he found in the reward they received after winning a challenge.