Things to know about Bear Grylls before we see him with PM modi

Bear grylls is a man who eats everything including insects, snakes & what not. He is the one who has won every battle while struggling with bad weather conditions in dense forests. His show ‘Man vs Wild’ is a very popular show as many famous people have participated in the show with him, from America’s former president Obama to many other Hollywood celebrities and now India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to be in this show with him.

 

Have a look at the life of Bear Grylls, who is a part of everyone’s discussion these days-

Bear Grylls's real name is Edward Michael Grylls. He was born on June 7, 1974 in London. His family background is quite strong. His grandfather Neville Ford and great-grandfather William Augustus Ford, both were fantastic cricketers. His father Sir Michael Grylls was a politician of Conservative Party.

Bear's older sister, Lara Fawcett, is a cardio tennis coach. Her sister gave him the nickname Bear, a week later his birth.

Bear Grylls has knowledge of English, Spanish, French, American languages. Early in childhood, Bear has got black belt in skydiving and karate.

Bear fulfilled the dream of climbing Mt.Everest at the age of 23 in 1998 and 18 months later, his vertebral bone was fractured during the parachute gliding.

In the year 2012, Bear Grylls wrote an autobiography by the name - Mud, Sweat and Tears: The Autobiography and at the age of 35 in 2009, he was appointed as the youngest chief scout.

by Lokendra Sharma | Wed, Jul 31 - 03:43 PM

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