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Who is Jason Fox from SAS: Who Dares Wins?

JASON Fox is best known for hosting Channel 4's SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Here's all the details on the former Special Forces agent as the 2021 series gets underway.

Who is Jason Fox?

Jason Fox, 44, is a former Special Forces Agent who was born on August 31, 1976.

He joined the Royal Marines at 16 and served for 20 years.

Fox acted as a counter terrorism and demolition expert in the Special Forces, responsible for planning and leading operations.

He was also a combat swimmer and was involved in many counter narcotic missions.

One of his biggest tasks involved rescuing a civilian from 400 insurgents in Afghanistan where he also served as a dog-handler.

What TV shows has Jason Fox appeared on?

Fox started out in the TV industry by assisting crews who were working in difficult environments such as the desert, jungle and the arctic.

During this time he was part of the team of divers who discovered Captain Kidd's lost treasure off the coast of Madagascar.

Then he joined the cast of SAS: Who Dares Wins in 2015.

The tough reality show, which has produced six regular series and two celebrity spin-offs, puts recruits through a gruelling combat fitness regime.

Fox has also starred in the Australian version of the hit TV show.

And he took part in Meet the Drug Lords: Inside the Real Narcos in 2018.

The Channel 4 documentary highlighted the inner workings of the multi-billion dollar drug industry and the people who operate it.

When is SAS: Who Dares Wins on TV?

The sixth regular series of SAS: Who Dares Wins will begin on Sunday, May 9, 2021.

It is unknown how many episodes there will be in series six, although there are usually six episodes per series.

Episodes will be aired each Sunday until the finale, believed to be in June.

Ant Middleton, arguably the show's biggest star, has been axed from the show after a series of high profile gaffes, which included a tweet about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Middleton is expected to star in the first couple of episodes of the new series as he was sacked during filming.

Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox and Matthew ‘Ollie’ Ollerton take part in campaign for Armistice Day

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