Shallow enjoys boxing, running, hiking, volleyball, yoga, skiing, softball, dancing and swimming (she was on her high school swim team all four years).She loves the outdoors and gets "super cranky" if she can't play outside in the sun on a daily basis.Having studied martial arts since her youth, she currently works as a female boxer and cocktail waitress.She previously worked as a model, bartender and in public relations.She originally competed on Survivor: Cook Islands and later on Survivor: Heroes vs. Her character as a manipulative flirt was first established in Cook Islands, in which she was widely perceived as the main antagonist.
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Shallow's favorites include good sushi, wearing oversized jerseys, karaoke and cheering on "The Dawgs." She is also training for triathlons with her mom, Gale.
Shallow has found her niche with the Los Angeles boxing community and began competing in 2004.
She thereby became one of two winners to face the jury a second time for the title of Sole Survivor, though she would ultimately lose to the other bearer of that distinction, Sandra Diaz-Twine.
Due to these exploits, Parvati has become a byword for charisma, villainy and high-level strategy, and remains in many respects a touchstone of Survivor culture.