1. Bear Grylls had met his wife Shara while he was skinny dipping one New year's Eve.
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2. Bear Grylls wrote a guidebook for outdoor pursuits Bear Grylls Outdoor Adventures.
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5. Bear Grylls began his TV career by appearing in an advertisement for a deodorant, featuring his ascent of Mount Everest.
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6. In 2007, Bear Grylls set another record with Parajet paramotor in the Himalayas, near Mount Everest, taking off from 4,400 meters and reaching 9,000 meters.
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7. In 2004, Bear Grylls was awarded the honorary lieutenant commander rank, but in 2013, he was awarded the honorary lieutenant colonel rank in the Royal Marines Reserve.
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16. Bear Grylls broke three vertebrae during a freefall in a parachuting accident in Zambia in 1996.
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19. Bear Grylls was born in Donaghadee, County Down, Northern Ireland, to a conservative politician.
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22. Bear Grylls is an ambassador for Care for Children, an organisation that partners with governments in Asia to help create a positive alternative to institutional care through local family-based care for disadvantaged children.
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23. In 2011, Bear Grylls was in New Zealand during the February 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
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27. Bear Grylls presented The Island with Bear Grylls, first shown on Channel 4 on 5 May 2014.
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33. Bear Grylls was used by the UK Ministry of Defence to head the Army's anti-drugs TV campaign, and featured in the first ever major advertising campaign for Harrods.
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34. Bear Grylls entered television work with an appearance in an advertisement for Sure deodorant, featuring his ascent of Mount Everest.
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36. Bear Grylls wrote an extreme guide to outdoor pursuits, titled Bear Grylls Outdoor Adventures.
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37. In 2008, Bear Grylls led a team of four to climb one of the most remote unclimbed peaks in the world in Antarctica, to raise funds for children's charity Global Angels and promote the use of alternative energies.
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39. In 2007, Bear Grylls embarked on a record-setting Parajet paramotor in Himalayas near Mount Everest.
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42. In 2004, Bear Grylls was awarded the honorary rank of lieutenant commander in the Royal Naval Reserve; and in 2013 he was awarded the honorary rank of lieutenant colonel in the Royal Marines Reserve.
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47. In July 2009, Bear Grylls was appointed the youngest-ever Chief Scout of the United Kingdom and Overseas Territories at age 35, a post he has held for a second term since 2015.
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48. Bear Grylls is involved in a number of wilderness survival television series in the UK and US.
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49. Bear Grylls is widely known for his television series Man vs Wild, originally titled Born Survivor: Bear Grylls for the United Kingdom release.
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