Lee Carseldine - SurvivorAU: 2016, SurvivorAU: All-Stars
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Seasons: 2 | Days: 55+ | Wins: 0 | Final Two: 1

SurvivorAU: 2016 (2016) - 2nd place, one jury vote.

  • Received one jury vote, to finish second (8-1), in Episode 26 (Day 55).

SurvivorAU: All-Stars (2020) - nth place, nth out - nth juror.

  • Season has not yet finished airing.

Lee Carseldine - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
AU1: 2016 - - - 10* 1 13 - - 1 9 0.11 - -
AU5: All-Stars - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career - - - 10* 1 13 - - 1 9 0.11 - -
Lee Carseldine - Challenge record
  • SAU1 logo AU: 2016 challenges (click to expand/collapse)

    Tribal/team challenge record (0-for-0):

    • AU: 2016: None yet.

     

    Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

    • AU: 2016: None yet.

     

    Duel/ hero challenge record (0-for-0):

    • AU: 2016: None yet.
  • SAU5 logo AU: All-Stars challenges (click to expand/collapse)

    Ep2 IC

    Tribal/team challenge record (4-for-6):

    • AU: All-Stars Ep. 1 RC: (Sled, bonfire) - Helps haul the sled, stacks sticks, and Mokuta wins.
    • AU: All-Stars Ep. 1 IC: (Obstacles, balls) - Tosses balls towards the goal, landing zero, and Mokuta loses.
    • AU: All-Stars Ep. 2 RC: (Team wrestling) - Taken out by Locky twice; Mokuta loses.
    • AU: All-Stars Ep. 2 IC: (Barrels, sandbags) - Successfully throws this time, landing sandbags, and Mokuta wins.
    • AU: All-Stars Ep. 3 RC: (Three-in-one) - Builds and smashes the puzzle; tosses coconuts, and Mokuta wins.
    • AU: All-Stars Ep. 3 IC: "Chinese Checkers" - On the course for the final and winning point; Mokuta wins, 2-1.

     

    Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

    • AU: All-Stars: None yet.

     

    Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

    • AU: All-Stars: None yet.
Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 4
    Played: 6
    Win%: 0.67
    Sat out: --
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
Lee Carseldine - Tribal Council record
  • SAU1 logo AU: 2016 Tribal (click to expand/collapse)

    Idols found/played (0/0) | Advantages held/played (1/1):

    • AU: 2016, Ep. 15: Won an advantage at the auction, which turned out to be a Vote Block advantage (Day 32).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 23: Finally uses his advantage against Sam, turning a 2-2-2 tie into a 2-2-1; 4-0 Sam boot (Day 49).

     

    VFB - Votes for the person booted (10*/13):

    • AU: 2016, Ep. 1: Des Quilty (voted out, 7-1).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 15: Conner Bethune (voted out, 6-4-1-1-1).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 16: Kate Campbell (voted out, 6-[0]-2).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 18: Kylie Evans (voted out, 7-3).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 20: Jennah-Louise Salkeld (voted out, 5-3).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 21: Brooke Jowett (voted out, 4-3).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 23: Sam Webb (voted out, 2-2-1, 4-0 on revote).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 24: Matt Tarrant (voted out, 3-1-1).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 25: Flick Egginton (voted out, 3-1).
    • AU: 2016, Ep. 26: Autovote* for El Rowland (voted out, 1-0 or 2-1).

     

    VAP - Votes against (1):

    • AU: 2016, Ep. 25: One vote, from Flick.

     

    Jury votes received (1/9):

    • AU: 2016, Ep. 26: Received one jury vote, from El Rowland, to finish in second place (8-1).
  • SAU5 logo AU: All-Stars Tribal (click to expand/collapse)

    Ep1 Tribal Council

    Idols held/played (0/0):

    • AU: All-Stars: None yet.

     

    VFB - Votes for the person booted (0/1):

    • AU: All-Stars: None yet.

     

    VAP - Votes against (0):

    • AU: All-Stars: None yet.

     

    Jury votes made (0/0):

    • AU: All-Stars: None yet.
Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols/ advantages
    Advantages held/played: 1/1
    Idols found: 0
    Idols played: --
    Votes voided: --
  • Voting record
    VFB: 10*
    Tribals: 14
    VAP: 1
  • Jury votes
    Made: 0
    Received: 1
    Total jurors: 9
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Lee Carseldine - Bios
  • SAU1 logo AU: 2016 bio (click to expand/collapse)

    Official Ten SurvivorAU: 2016 bio excerpts (July, 2016):

     

    "As an ex-professional cricketer, Brisbane-based Lee is hoping his background in team sports and leadership will be helpful in winning Australian Survivor.

     

    Lee played cricket in the IPL, Sheffield Shield and KFC Big Bash League. In 2004 he suffered stress fractures in his back that forced him into early retirement, but he bet the odds to return to the game and played professionally until 2011. He now owns an aerial photography drone company.

     

    Lee is hoping to be an inspiration for his two sons, who he says he will miss more than anything. He wants to play the game in an honest fashion. He says: “I would feel very uncomfortable going behind someone’s back if I have given my word to someone.”

     

    Highly competitive, Lee has always been sporty but in preparation for the series, he started going to the gym five times a week, doing a mix of running, boxing and yoga.

     

    In 2015, he completed the Kokoda Trail, which he said was the toughest thing he has ever done. A devoted single dad, Lee says his main reason for applying for Australian Survivor is to inspire his sons. “It’s all for my two boys. I’m always teaching them to get out of their comfort zone so I thought this would be a good example to show them. I would like to be remembered as someone that worked hard, stayed loyal and tried to help every other Survivor on the way.”"

     

  • SAU5 logo AU: All-Stars bio (click to expand/collapse)

    Official Ten SurvivorAU: All-Stars bio excerpts (February 3, 2020):

     

    "The original good guy and runner up of Season 1, Lee is back for All Stars and his second chance at taking out the win.

     

    After a harrowing and nail-biting final challenge in Season 1 with Kristie, Lee knows his way of playing is not always the fan favourite. As the unofficial hero of the series, Lee believed and still does that playing honestly can take you all the way.

     

    “The foundations of how I will play the game will stay the same, however being prepared to lie more to protect my alliance is something I am prepared to do. I think the way I tried to play the game last time, hadn’t really been attempted before.”

     

    Father of two and owner of a drone company in Brisbane, Lee has watched the other series and picked up a few new tricks along the way. He said: “I’ve learnt a lot after my series of how people play the game, so I think I’m going to do more game play this time around. I’ve also trained every day in the past few months which has helped me mentally and physically.”

     

    Being a physical threat might help win challenges but Lee is aware it might also put a target on his back. “I have the physical attributes to keep me going for a while but people might look at me as a threat so I’ll need to play it carefully to keep myself in the game as long as possible. I’m ready though, I’ve had the time and I’m keen to get out there!”"

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