Julie Rosenberg Biography
Julie Rosenberg is an American Toymaker who was a finalist on Survivor: Edge of Extinction alongside Rick Devens, Victoria Baamonde, Lauren O’Connell, Gavin Whitson and Chris Underwood who fought his way back in the season finale.
She was the 2nd runner-up on the season finale, Gavin was the runner up, and Chris Underwood was crowned the Sole Survivor taking home the grand prize of US$1,000,000.
In her toy making occupation, Julie sells her creations in her very own Etsy shop, and owns a company called Henry + Wren, which she operates out of New York City.She built her own small business from home as she designs eco-friendly wooden toys.
Julie Rosenberg Age
Rosenberg was born in 1971-1972, in Baltimore, United States of America. She is 46 years old as of 2018.
Julie Rosenberg Family
Rosenberg has not disclosed any information about her family, this including her parents or siblings.Julie Rosenberg Photo
Julie Rosenberg Husband
Rosenberg is married and has two kids. She lives New York City with her family and two Bernese mountain dogs. She has not disclosed more information about her personal life.
Julie Rosenberg Survivor
Rosenberg joined seventeen other contestants to compete in Survivor: Edge of Extinction, this is the 38th season of the American competitive reality television series Survivor. The show premiered on February 20, 2019.
Julie was among the five finalists of the game along with Deven, Gavin, Lauren, and Victoria. The five were to be later joined by a sixth contestant on the season finale. Chris Underwood who had been on the Edge of Extinction since Day 8, won the final reentry challenge and returned to the game. Rosenberg made it to the final three with Gavin and Underwood. Underwood won the title of Sole Survivor over Rosenberg and Gavin by a vote of 9–4–0. Rosenberg emerged as the 2nd runner-up and Gavin the runner-up.
Julie Rosenberg Interview
Interviewer: What is your personal claim to fame?
Julie Rosenberg: Raising my two kids who impress me every day with their intelligence, strength, humor, and resilience. I hope I can make them as proud of me as I am of them.
Interviewer: Who or what is your inspiration in life?
Julie Rosenberg: My husband. He is incredibly smart, caring, and selfless. He has always been there for me and supports me in everything I do. Every time I watch him with our children, it reminds me that he is the best example of what a parent should be and inspires me to be a better parent myself.
Interviewer: If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why?
Julie Rosenberg: My iPhone for its playlist of my favorite songs to keep me motivated when things get tough.
A picture of my husband, kids, and two Bernese mountain dogs to remember that they are back home rooting for me.
Milk chocolate. That’s self-explanatory.
Interviewer: Which Survivor contestant are you the most like?
Julie Rosenberg: A combo of Stephanie for her tenacity, Cirie for her humor and fun-spirit, and Dawn for her propensity to have some emotional moments.
Interviewer: What’s your reason for being on Survivor?
Julie Rosenberg: The challenge. I have wanted to play this insane game since I saw the very first episode. Something about pushing myself to the absolute physical and mental limit possible has always appealed to me. It’s about proving to myself and to those that know me that I can actually do this!.
Interviewer: Why do you think you’ll “survive” Survivor?
Julie Rosenberg: There is no doubt that I will be out of my comfort zone every step of the way, but when I set out to do something I become laser focused and I never give up. While I may not be the strongest physical player out there, I am smart, social, and will play the game with both my brain and my heart. I have waited 18 years to do this and nothing is going to stop me from winning. No other outcome is even an option!