Ty Howell



Age: 32

Hometown: Athens, GA

Current occupation: Bartender

Fun Interesting facts:

•I’m a huge reality competition tv nerd. •I’m on a plant based diet (but I will cheat to win a challenge , I’m looking at you Ashley).

•I’m half Mexican and grew up with that side and identify with that culture way more than my black side.

Favorite quote: “The bartender never gets killed”

How would close friends and family describe you?: They would describe me as a workaholic, funny, hot-headed, and fiercely independent.

What is your strategy going into the game? I absolutely can not come off as threatening. I recognize that I need to hit the ground running and make social connections but I don’t want to come across as plotting. I need to genuinely want to get to know these people and care about their lives rather than seeing them as game pieces. I think people will underestimate my physical ability because I’m not a big dude but I am agile as fuck and not a quitter. Number one rule for me though is going to be to trust my gut and DON’T GET PARANOID. I try my best to not wrong anyone so if someone wrongs me it unleashes a fury inside of me so I’m gonna need to keep that in check when things don’t go my way. Lastly , trust no one. Just because I’ve done someone a solid doesn’t mean they will repay me, and I will need to have backup plans in the event that they don’t.

What type of personalities would you describe as opposite of yours? Attention seekers and people who think it’s cute to act dumb. People who are fake nice or fake happy. It’s okay to be sad or mad , have some damn humility and be able to laugh about it.

Favorite Sequester player: I liked Rachael the most because she was so sloppy but so gracious about it and knew when to laugh at herself for playing bad. No one is going to have all the answers so it’s refreshing to see someone who recognizes that . Also she is responsible for one of the best moments ! STANK! PUSSY! HO!

What would you say your biggest weakness is in a game like Sequester? I’m very intuitive, and know when to switch up my personality to fit in. I don’t want to do that . I want to be my genuine true self and be uncompromising no matter what happens in the game or who I’m playing with. Staying true to myself is going to be more important to me than winning.

What do you think is the most common mistake that people make in a game like this? Trusting the wrong person.