Jenna Morasca Bio, Age, Husband, Net, Playboy, Arrest, Amazing Race

Jenna Morasca Biography

Jenna Morasca is an American actress, former swimsuit model, professional wrestler, and reality television contestant who won a million dollars on Survivor: The Amazon in 2003. She worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in 2009.


How old is Jenna Morasca? – Age

She is 42 years old as of 15 February 2023. She was born in 1981 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.

Jenna Morasca Family – Education

She is the only child in the family. Morasca attended the University of Pittsburgh and was initiated into Zeta Tau Alpha before appearing on Survivor. Morasca graduated from South Fayette High School in 1999 and went on to study for two years at Duquesne University before transferring to the University of Pittsburgh.

Jenna Morasca Husband

After winning Survivor: The Amazon in 2003, Morasca began dating fellow Survivor champion Ethan Zohn. They both lived in Manhattan, but not together. Morasca and Zohn were considered for a return to Survivor: South Pacific after applying for The Amazing Race, according to an interview on Rob Has a Podcast. The couple declined the offer, stating that they did not want to compete with each other. Morasca and Zohn confirmed in February 2013 that they had ended their ten-year relationship amicably.

Jenna Morasca Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $10 Million.

Jenna Morasca playboy

Morasca’s strip with fellow contestant Heidi Strobel resulted in a naked photo shoot in the August 2003 issue of Playboy magazine.

Jenna Morasca Amazing Race

Morasca and her then-boyfriend, fellow Survivor winner Ethan Zohn, competed on the 19th season of The Amazing Race in 2011. In the first leg, they came in fourth place. Morasca and Zohn arrived at the Pit Stop in ninth place in the second episode, which would have just saved them from elimination; however, they had to return to the orphanage they visited in that leg to donate all of their money, which dropped them to tenth place and resulted in their elimination.

Jenna Morasca Arrest

Morasca was arrested on January 25, 2018, in Washington, Pennsylvania, and charged with driving under the influence and possession of narcotics paraphernalia. Morasca was unconscious, according to the police report, while the vehicle was stopped at a stop sign with the engine still running. Police discovered a plastic baggie containing syringes in the purse of the person sitting in the vehicle’s passenger seat. When paramedics arrived, they gave Morasca Naloxone because he had been physically combative throughout the process, biting a police officer’s arm after being placed in an ambulance.

Jenna Morasca Survivor

Morasca began her Survivor career on Survivor: The Amazon, where she was a member of the all-female Jaburu tribe. Morasca was invited back for Survivor: All-Stars in 2003. Morasca took over as co-host (along with Dalton Ross) of CBS’s Survivor Live, an internet talk show devoted to the then-current season of Survivor. Since then, she has hosted five seasons of Survivor: Palau, Survivor: Guatemala, Survivor: Panama, Survivor: Cook Islands, and Survivor: Fiji.

Jenna Morasca Photo
Jenna Morasca Photo

Jenna Morasca Amazon

Morasca and fellow Survivor: The Amazon contestant Heidi Strobel stripped naked for peanut butter and chocolate during one of the show’s immunity challenges. Morasca was relatively safe after the merger because the majority of the tribe chose to vote out outcasts Roger Sexton and Dave Johnson. With only eight players left, Morasca, Strobel, Alex Bell, and Rob Cesternino formed a new alliance and voted Deena Bennett out. Cesternino betrayed his alliance by voting out Bell in the Final Seven. Morasca and Strobel struggled to stay in the game during the Final Six, attempting to break up the alliance of Cesternino, Matthew von Ertfelda, and Butch Lockley.

When Christy Smith refused to commit to either side, Cesternino persuaded Morasca and Strobel to assist in voting Smith out, who was later voted out. Strobel was voted out in the Final Five, but Morasca won the next immunity, allowing her to advance to the Final Three. Lockley was defeated by Morasca, Cesternino, and von Ertfelda. Morasca won the crucial final immunity challenge, giving her the sole authority to eliminate either Cesternino or von Ertfelda, and she eventually eliminated Cesternino. Morasca was voted the Sole Survivor after defeating von Ertfelda in a 6-1 vote. Morasca was the youngest Survivor winner until Jud “Fabio” Birza won Survivor: Nicaragua in 2010, though Morasca is still the youngest female Survivor winner.

Jenna Morasca Wrestling

Morasca made her professional wrestling debut in a backstage interview with Mick Foley on the March 12, 2009 episode of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling’s TNA Impact! program. She later appeared in backstage segments with Kevin Nash and The Main Event Mafia. Kurt Angle later revealed that Morasca was the Mafia’s financial backer, and the money she provided was used to lure Samoa Joe to the stable, establishing Morasca as a heel in the process. Morasca was frequently seen arguing with fellow Mafia valet Sharmell, which resulted in a catfight backstage on the May 28 edition of Impact!.

Morasca hired Awesome Kong to train her for her upcoming match against Sharmell at Victory Road, which she won, according to the July 9 edition of Impact. The match received the “Worst Worked Match of the Year” award from readers of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter in 2009. When reviewing Victory Road for The Bryan and Vinny Show, Figure Four Weekly’s Bryan Alvarez called it the worst women’s match he had ever seen. He gave it a minus four-star rating, saying he couldn’t remember the last time he did so because it had been so long since he had seen a match that bad.

“Triple Kelly” Kelly Parmalee reviewed the match for WrestleCrap, calling it “the absolute worst wrestling match I have EVER seen in my life” and comparing it negatively to “That Jackie Gayda Match” from the July 8, 2002 episode of Monday Night Raw.

Jenna Morasca Movies

♦ 2005 – The Scorned
♦ 2007 – Hack!
♦ 2009 – End Game
♦ 2009 – Drive-In Horrorshow

Jenna Morasca TV Shows

♦ 2003 – Survivor: The Amazon
♦ 2004 – Survivor: All-Stars
♦ 2009 – TNA iMPACT! Wrestling
♦ 2011 – The Amazing Race 19