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‘Survivor’ participant Angie Jakusz dies at 40

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Angie Jakusz, who supported the relentless desert to compete on Survivor: Palau in 2004, has died at the age of 40. TMZ reports that Jakusz had been battling a rare form of cancer for several years and had settled into a life as an artist and bartender in New Orleans in the wake of her Palau season. She was last associated with the franchise in 2010 when she performed at a ten-year anniversary party. Despite the fact that it only lasted a few episodes before her elimination, Jakusz, nicknamed “No Fun Angie”, was a fan-favorite contestant as a member of the Ulong tribe. She did too Survivor history, TMZ notes by becoming the first participant to lose a greeting in a tribal council. “Angie was an incredibly passionate person with an extraordinary zest for life,” reads her obituary. “Whether she was sewing, painting, drawing, doing nail polish or makeup, costumes, reading, snorkeling, diving, traveling or just raising hell, she did it lovingly and with laser precision.”

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