We already told you about our new imaginary Survivor boyfriend in the person of the hunky Dr. John Cody, now let’s check out our imaginary Survivor daddy: 44-year-old Brad Culpepper, hubby of returning Survivor contestant Monica Culpepper, retired football player (the NFL variety not soccer), and a practicing attorney. He’s got one of the best bodies we’ve seen on a 40-something man. Check it out.
If those abs doesn’t make you go, “Hubba! Hubba!”, maybe you are dead inside. Hehe. Anyhoo, if you are wondering about the kind of lawyering that our Survivor daddy does, his firm’s website (ckfirm.com) states that Brad’s area of practice is “personal injury”. Apparently, he’s been lawyering since 2002 and that he graduated with a JD degree from the University of Florida College of Law in Gainesville, Florida a year earlier.
Here’s a pic of Brad and his law partner and Brett Kurland who happens to be his brother-in-law. [Photo taken from ckfirm.com].
Lawyer Brad mocking his own TV ad. [Pic courtesy of tampabay.com]
Brad with Monica and their three kids. We love us our family guys here on Famewatcher! [Pic via playerswives.com]
A pic of Brad that make us go, “Yum! Yum!”. Hehe. Will he be parading around in his underwear a-la Survivor Caramoan’s Phillip Sheppard? We sure hope so. Watch out for an update to this post when that happens.
More of Brad Culpepper from his cbs.com profile:
Name (Age): Brad Culpepper (44)
Tribe Designation: Loved Ones
Relationship to Significant Castaway: Monica’s Husband
Current Residence: Tampa, Fla.
Occupation: Attorney and retired NFL player. Played for the Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears.
Personal Claim to Fame: My 21 year marriage.
Inspiration in Life: Monica, because she is selfless in her drive to improve our family.
Hobbies: Any outdoor adventure, kickboxing and gardening.
Pet Peeves: Hypocrisy and long goodbyes.
3 Words to Describe You: Tenacious, independent and forward thinking.
SURVIVOR Contestant You Are Most Like: The outdoorsy types like Ozzy, Colby and the first time Skupin played.
Reason for Being on SURVIVOR: Redeem my wife for being blindsided by Colton.
Why You Think You’ll “Survive” SURVIVOR: Learning from my wife’s experience, I know I can never truly trust anyone. I’ll play paranoid and always play my angle.
Why You Think You Will Be the Sole SURVIVOR: I grew up in a stilt house on Dog Island in the Gulf of Mexico, spent 18 years in various locker rooms dealing with all kinds, and have devoted my last 12 years as a trial attorney, persuading people to understand my clients’ positions.
What Does It Mean to You to Play Survivor with Your Loved One? Monica means more to me than anyone in this world. While this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, I will always place her before me as I would never want to jeopardize her Survivor flame.
Photo credits: cbs.com, playerswives.com, tampabay.com, and ckfirm.com