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Jenna Lewis Dougherty
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Jenna Lewis (2005)
Born (1977-07-16) July 16, 1977 (age 43)
Franklin, New Hampshire, U.S.
🏳️ Nationality
Other names
💼 Occupation

💵 Salary :
  • Survivor: Borneo
  • Survivor: All-Stars
👩 Spouse(s)Travis Wolfe (m. 2004 div. 2005) Dillon Dougherty (m. 2009)

Jenna Lewis Dougherty[1][2] (born July 16, 1977) is an American reality show contestant and occasional television personality. She is best known from her time as a contestant on Survivor: Borneo (season one), finishing eighth, and Survivor: All-Stars (season eight), finishing third. She works as a real estate agent in Woodland, California.[3][4]


Lewis made her first appearance during Survivor: Borneo, where she was on the Pagong tribe. In one episode, the final nine castaways were supposed to receive videos from home, which they would compete to get to see. Lewis was eager to see her daughters, but Jeff Probst announced that her tape was never sent in. Lewis was later voted off the island by three contestants who had an alliance and by Sean Kenniff, who was voting based on alphabetical order. Lewis was voted out 4-3-1 and became the second member of the jury. She voted for Kelly Wiglesworth to win the game at the final tribal council (Wiglesworth lost to Richard Hatch by a vote of 4-3).

Lewis returned to the game in Survivor: All Stars, starting out on the Saboga tribe. In the first episode she successfully lobbied for Tina Wesson's elimination on the grounds that a former winner (in Wesson's case, the second season, Survivor: The Australian Outback) should not win again. Throughout the game Lewis and fellow contestant Rupert Boneham managed to wind up on all 4 tribes. After Saboga was dissolved in a reward challenge, it was absorbed into Chapera, then shuffled to Mogo Mogo, and finally merged into Chaboga Mogo. Lewis survived to the final three, but after losing the last Immunity Challenge to Rob Mariano, was voted out by Mariano and became the final member of the jury. She voted for Mariano to win the game, but he lost 4-3 to Amber Brkich.

After Survivor[edit]

Sex tape[edit]

In 2004, an explicit 42-minute sex tape emerged featuring Lewis and former husband Travis Wolfe in a Las Vegas hotel room.[5] It was originally reported that Lewis and Wolfe made the sex video purely for their own private use and that it was accidentally leaked onto the Internet. In interviews Lewis talked about the embarrassment she said she felt at the prospect of being seen naked and performing sexual acts. This came into question as reports appeared suggesting that Lewis deliberately made and released the sex tape to increase her fame and make money.[6] In some interviews Lewis even mentioned how people could buy the video, arousing further suspicion.[7] In December 2004 the New York Daily News reported that she, her husband, and her manager were behind the website selling the video and were receiving 70% of the profits.[6]

Other appearances[edit]

Lewis hosted The List, Back to Back, Rock Across America, the Top 20 Countdown, and Spring Break Survivor for VH1 and MTV.

She also hosted Live with Regis and was brought back as a correspondent for beach segments on Regis and Kelly.

  • In 2005 Lewis was cast in a direct-to-video movie, The Scorned, which featured a cast entirely of reality television stars, including Jon Dalton, Trishelle Cannatella, and Steven Hill. Hill played Lewis's love interest; the two dated for a time. The filming of the movie was documented and released as a reality show, Kill Reality.[8]
  • Lewis and other Survivor castaways have appeared in an episode of Nash Bridges.[8]
  • On May 23, 2004, she was a guest on Loveline.
  • Lewis had a cameo appearance in Eminem's music video “Without Me”

Personal life[edit]

Lewis was married to male model Travis Wolfe from 2004 to 2005.[9][10] She has two adult daughters from a relationship before her first marriage.[11] Since 2009 she has been married to golfer Dillon Dougherty, with whom she has two more children.[citation needed]


  1. "Jenna Lewis-Dougherty's profile on International Association of Women".
  2. https://www.facebook.com/ssjenna
  3. "Jenna Lewis-Dougherty Real Estate Agent - Woodland, CA".
  4. "Jenna Lewis-Dougherty".
  5. "Jenna Lewis Sex Tape Surfaces on Internet". realityworld.com. 2004-06-18. Retrieved 2007-07-05.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Surviving TV Easier Than Real Life". New York Daily News. 2006-07-16. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30. Retrieved 2007-07-05. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-11-11. Retrieved 2007-11-12. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  8. 8.0 8.1 "IMDB: Jenna Lewis". imdb.com. 2004-06-18. Retrieved 2009-09-28.
  9. "'Survivor All-Star' Jenna Lewis weds 21-year-old male model".
  10. "Jenna Lewis Gets Real — Again | TV Guide". 2005-08-08.
  11. "Jenna Lewis-Dougherty".

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