Who has won the most individual immunity challenges on 'Survivor'? Brad Culpepper joins elite group

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The Survivor: Game Changers finale kept CBS viewers on their toes Wednesday night. Troy "Troyzan" Robertson, Sarah Lacina, Brad Culpepper, Tai Trang, Aubry Bracco and Cirie Fields made it to the final six, but one by one had their torches snuffed until only one person remained. It was anyone's game — but Culpepper certainly had the advantage.

Culpepper won not one, not two, not three, not four, but five immunity challenges. The immunity challenge wins led him right to the final three with Robertson and Lacina. 

Although he did not win Game Changers, he still joined an elite group of Survivor players who managed to score five immunity challenges in one season.

These are the other former Survivor cast members who are in the five club:

1. Colby Donaldson in Survivor: The Australian Outback

2. Tom Westman in Survivor: Palau

3. Terry Deitz in Survivor: Panama

4. Ozzy Lusth in Survivor: Cook Islands

5. Mike Holloway in Survivor: Worlds Apart

Five immunity wins is impressive, but some cast members have actually racked up even more after playing multiple seasons. If Lusth combines his five wins from Cook Islands with South Pacific, then he has seven individual wins. But the Survivor player holding the title for most individual immunity wins is Rob Mariano. He won four on All Stars, one on Heroes vs. Villains and four on Redemption Island for a total of nine individual immunity challenge wins.

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