Social media’s favourite agent Fraser Lack has been headhunted for Survivor.
Premiering January 30 on Channel 10, the new Heroes V Villains season was filmed in Samoa and hosted by Australian actor Jonathan LaPaglia.
Joining the cast as a “villain”, the Biggin & Scott Port Melbourne agent hoped to use his passion for exercise and trusting nature to win the $500,000 prize.
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“I’m pumped … it feels surreal and it’s a show I’ve really loved and watched as a kid with my family, so to come full circle is really special,” he said.
“I love physical exercise, that’s the thing about the show that really appeals to me, and pushing the limits both mentally and physically.”
Also new to the Villains tribe is former Miss World Australia Sarah Marschke and Olympic pole vaulter Liz Parnov, while fresh additions to the Heroes clan include the likes of ex-Essendon footballer David Zaharakis, author and journalist Benjamin Law, and Home And Away actor Sharni Vinson.
As for his game plan for the show, Mr Lack said his ability to quickly adapt to new scenarios is the key to success.
“I honestly believe that you can go in with the most rock solid plan, you can binge watch every season in history and that can still go completely out the window,” he said.
“Something I can take from my everyday work into the game is that really quick responsiveness.”
Mr Lack currently boasts more than 13,000 followers on Instagram after rising in popularity over the past year as the golden child of anonymous real estate gag account Lords of Property.
In addition to selling high-end residential properties in Melbourne, the 24-year-old agent is also popular among fans for his motivational speech videos and marathon running content.
“I think it’s going to be super fun,” Mr Lack added. “I’m going to be real, I’m going to be me and I’m not going to try and portray anything other than that.”
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