Discovery Channel: Man vs Wild 09

Born Edward Michael Grylls. Earned a black belt in Shotokan karate as a teenager. Member of the United Kingdom Special Forces. Lived through a broken back after a freefall parachuting accident. 18 months later became youngest Brit to summit Mt. Everest. Endured 125 degree and -55 degree temperatures. Survived in all 7 continents. Returned to filming 2 months after breaking his shoulder in Antarctica. Has sons named Jesse, Marmaduke, and Huckleberry. Consumes raw zebra, rats, piranha and water from elephant crap.
Don't just stay alive. Be alive.

Advertising Agency Discovery Channel
Creative Director: Stefan Poulos
Art Director: Christian Williams
Copywriter: Andrew Heckel
Illustrator: Jason Gamm

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funky_frogii
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i love him...................he is jus amazing...and my bro is a big fan of this MAN

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premc
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fantastic guy !!
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fantastic work!!

8/10

radical

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A stranger abroad
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I half agree with you.

Fantastic guy!!

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Guest

fantastic work? please...

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just write
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yeah fantastic guy... that's it.

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Reality Check
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Edward Michael Grylls.

Earned a black belt in Shotokan karate as a teenager. Member of the United Kingdom Special Forces. Lived through a broken back after a freefall parachuting accident. 18 months later became youngest Brit to summit Mt. Everest. Endured 125 degree and -55 degree temperatures. Survived in all 7 continents. Returned to filming 2 months after breaking his shoulder in Antarctica. Consumes raw zebra, rats, piranha and water from elephant crap.

During expeditions, spent some nights in the Pines Resort hotel at Bass Lake, where the rooms have Internet access and is advertised as 'a cosy getaway for families' complete with blueberry pancakes for breakfast. Attempted to lasso 'wild' mustang in the Sierra Nevada, when the horses were actually tame and had been brought in by trailer from a nearby trekking station.

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Dev Kumar
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Well executed work. Now, I got nothing against his sons...in fact, they're just kids who have every right to bask in the light of their father's fame. But somehow, in the copy here, they appear a little out of place. I'm sorry for the boys but it's the copywriter who must answer. He's the one who dragged them in here.

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tanvir hassan raju
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i just love this show n' may be just waiting for this kinda print ad..really..this ad is as perfect as it suppose to be....

tanvir

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bknowlden
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Stefan,

Great work as usual man !

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Honest Dave
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I lost all respect for this guy and stopped watching when I found out he was cheating. (I.E. staying in a hotel in Hawaii instead of out in the jungle, or having his crew build stuff for him). But what can you expect from "reality" TV?

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Guest

I love that guy too bt can we comment on the ad people ;)

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A stranger abroad
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I don't think so. The guy is just so much more interesting than the ad. Which is my comment on the ad.

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AXAY555
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also drank water from undigested food from camel's stomach

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firebug
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nice work dude

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Guest

Les Straud is much cooler

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everartz
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nice graphix

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Guest

he's so legendary that if VH1 did a hundred legendary performers countdown he'd be numbers 1 through 10.

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Guest

love it!

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Guest

Steve Irwine or Bear Grylls?

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Guest

"Absolute Danger the original Hero."

Man Vs Wild, He is amazing..

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Guest

Wow nice :D

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