Shallow was the latest host of the webseries Around the World For Free, which began airing on July 5, 2011.
Shallow originally auditioned for The Amazing Race along with her friend. CBS producers, however, remembered her from her auditions and then approached her to take part in Survivor, which she accepted.
At the end of the second immunity challenge, Billy Garcia of the Aitutaki (Aitu) tribe told Shallow and Woodcock that he was next to go.Woodcock replied, "We love you," and Garcia believed that Woodcock had fallen in love with him.Shallow was particularly allied with Gentry and Woodcock, who truly were romantically involved.Parvati Shallow (born September 21, 1982 in Vero Beach, Florida, United States) is an American television personality and was the ,000,000 winner of the reality television series Survivor: Micronesia.She had previously competed in Survivor: Cook Islands in which she placed sixth, From 2013 to 2014, she was the host of Survivor Live on CBS.com, a weekly web-exclusive series where she interviews the voted off castaways from Survivor and chats with other special guests such as former players.
Shallow grew up the eldest of three siblings on a commune in Vero Beach, Florida.
She and her family moved to Atlanta when she was 11 years old.
Shallow put herself through college, attending the University of Georgia, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism with minors in French and Italian.
While in college, she was an active member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She and some fellow boxers created a non-profit organization titled "Knockouts for Girls", a charity that provides scholarships and boxing lessons for underprivileged girls.
She completed the Nautica Malibu Sprint Triathlon and is scheduled to compete in the Wildflower Olympic Distance Triathlon at Lake San Antonio, CA In 2009, Shallow and fellow Survivor contestant Amanda Kimmel appeared in the movie Into the Blue 2 (as herself).
In 2010, Shallow was the host on a CBS Survivor preview segment for the 21st season, Survivor: Nicaragua.