Chuck McCall from "The Amazing Race 2013" is one of the contestants on Season 22 of the CBS reality competition series. He is teamed up with his wife, Wynona McCall. He is a 46-year-old retail manager and taxidermist from Daphne, Alabama.

Here is an interview with Chuck McCall ("Amazing Race"):

Describe what you do: I work at Walmart as a co-manager. I'm in charge of the operations side of the store.

Favorite hobbies: Taxidermy, hunting & fishing and time with my kids.

What is the accomplishment you are most proud of? My children.

What famous person reminds you of yourself? Popeye.

What famous person reminds you of your teammate? Olive Oyl.

What scares you most about traveling? Not much.

What excites you most about traveling? Meeting different people and seeing the different ways of life.

Biggest challenge you and your teammate will face on The Race together: Her inability to talk and think when she is tired.

Pet peeve about your teammate: She won't go anywhere without getting ready.

What country and place would you most like to visit and why? A hunting reserve in Africa. I want to keep adding trophy heads to my collection.

What do you hope to accomplish by running The Race (other than winning one million bucks)? I want Wynona and I to strengthen our relationship with each other.


Where does he live? Find out here.

Age: ∼50 years old
Current Residence: Daphne, AL
Wife: Wynona McCall

Check out Chuck McCall hot pics and sexy photos.



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