Lindsay Carmine Biography
Lindsay Carmine is a Downingtown, Pennsylvania-based pediatric nurse. Her desire to appear on Survivor has existed for over two decades. People are surprised by how competitive the 42-year-old is, especially as she gets older. She describes herself as relentless, resourceful, and compassionate.
Lindsay Carmine Age
Lindsay Carmine was born in Greensboro, North Carolina on January 21, 1980. She is 43 years old.
Lindsay Carmine Height
Carmine is 5 feet 8 inches/1.7m tall.
Lindsay Carmine Education
Lindsay attended Girls’ High School and graduated with good grades, which allowed her to attend college. She then enrolled in the Northeastern Hospital School of Nursing, where she earned her Registered Nurse diploma in 2009. Later she attended North Carolina State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts – BA, Art Applications/Film Studies.
Lindsay Carmine Family
Lindsay was born and raised by her loving parents in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. Her mother is a breast cancer survivor. Both the pediatric nurse’s mother and father were devout parents who worked hard to put food on the table. Growing up in a Safe Neighborhood, the TV star had a colorful childhood and enjoyed playing with other children. Little is known about her parents and siblings if any exist.
Lindsay Carmine Husband
Carmine is happily married to her longtime boyfriend and husband, Andrew Carmine who is a lawyer. Together with her husband, Andrew, have two children: Madeline Carmine, a daughter, and Charlie Carmine, a son.
Lindsay Carmine’s Net Worth
Lindsay has an estimated net worth ranging between $100k – $1 million.
Lindsay Carmine Survivor 43
Carmine is from Greensboro, North Carolina, but she currently resides in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Lindsay is a registered nurse who works as a Pediatric Nurse at BAYADA Home Health Care in addition to being a reality star. She has spent the last two years working on the front lines of this pandemic. Her hobbies include volunteering, reading, traveling, working out, gardening, and spending time with family and friends.
Her current professional goals are to expand her knowledge and education in her field, as well as to provide the best patient care possible while maintaining the dignity of the entire person. She is a contestant on the American reality show Survivor 43, which premieres on CBS on September 21 with a special two-hour episode.
18 castaways (or contestants) will compete for the grand prize of $1 million in the Mamanuca Islands, a volcanic archipelago with idyllic sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and live coral reefs. For only twenty-six days, the castaways will be subjected to extreme new twists, with almost no food.