John Kirhoffer is the brain behind some of “Survivor’s” most difficult and exciting challenges. After 12 years and more than 25 seasons, John continues to design and execute innovative challenges that never fail to impress. His commitment, attention to detail and dedication to creating some of the best challenges on TV are a critical part of “Survivor’s” continued success. With hundreds of challenges on his resume, he credits “Boulder Dash” from season three (Africa) and “Vertical Maze” from season nine (Vanuatu – Islands of Fire) among his favorites.
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Not only did Challenge Producer John Kirhoffer spill the beans on the rest of the season, but he also gave us a look at how “Survivor” challenges are created…from inspiration to perspiration.
The ‘Survivor’ Hall of Fame Press Team (Dru Moorhouse, Rob Moynihan, Mara Reinstein and Dalton Ross) shares their picks for the class of 2010.
As challenge producer for “Survivor: Nicaragua,” John Kirhoffer is the brain behind some of the most difficult and exciting challenges. After 10 years and more than 20 seasons, John continues to design and execute innovative challenges that never fail to impress.
As the man behind all of “Survivor’s” immunity and reward challenges, Kirhoffer is the reason why Ace Gordon was smacked in the face with a watermelon, why Tom Westman had to cling to a pole for twelve hours, and why Ashley Trainer had to try to drink a disgusting sea slug smoothie. He can make a contestant’s life a living hell.