Bear Grylls vs Hans Peter Wild

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$20 Million
Net worth 2018
$3.29 Billion
TV Presenters
Industry
Food and Beverage
Donaghadee, Northern Ireland
Residence
Zug, Switzerland
British
Country
Switzerland
07/06/1974
BirthDay
16/06/1941
1.82 m
Height
Children
2
Birkbeck, University of London, Eton College
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2015

He hosted another reality show ‘Bear Grylls: Mission Survive’ in 2015 which featured eight celebrities who had to perform certain tasks in order to survive in the show

2014

In 2014, his show ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls’ was launched which featured celebrities such as Tamron Hall, Zac Efron, Tom Arnold, Ben Stiller, Deion Sanders and Channing Tatum

2013

This was followed by the publication of books ‘A Survivor Guide for Life’ and ‘True Grit’In 2013, he presented the show ‘Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls’, and the same year, ‘Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell’ also premiered

2012

The explorer inked his autobiography ‘Mud, Sweat and Tears: The Autobiography’ in the year 2012

2011

In 2011, his book ‘Scouting For All’ was published

2010

This voyager accompanied by a team of five embarked on Northwest Passage expedition in a rigid-inflatable boat sailing through 2,500 miles, in 2010

2009

In the year 2009, he was made the Chief Scout of ‘The Scout Association’ when he was thirty-five years old

2007

He created a new record in 2007, when he flew a Parajet over the Himalayas

2005

He undertook an expedition and led a team to paramotor over Angel Falls, Venezuela, which is the highest waterfall of the world in 2005

2003

In 2003, he went on an expedition to the north Atlantic Arctic Ocean, accompanied by a team comprising five members

2002

His third book was entitled ‘Born Survivor: Bear Grylls’, and he authored ‘Bear Grylls Outdoor Adventures’He completed a part-time graduation in Hispanic studies from ‘Birkbeck, University of London’ in 2002

2001

In 2001, his first book ‘The Kid Who Climbed Everest’ was published which narrated his journey to the mountain peak

2000

He went on a fund raising expedition for the ‘Royal National Lifeboat Institution’ (RNLI) and led a team on Jet Skis to circumnavigate the UK in the year 2000

1998

He went hiking in the Himalayan Mountains of Sikkim and West Bengal, and on 26th May, 1998, he climbed Mount Everest and registered his name in the ‘Guinness Book of Records’

1997

In 1997, he climbed the Mount Ama Dablam and became the youngest British to climb this mountain

1974

He was born to Sir Michael Grylls and Lady Sarah Grylls on 7th June, 1974, in Donaghadee region of Northern Ireland, and christened Edward Michael Grylls

2017

In May 2017, he became chairman of the French rugby union club Stade Français

2014

Until 2014, he was the owner and chairman of Rudolf Wild GmbH & Co

2007

In October 2007, Wild was instrumental in the formation of the Wild Rugby Academy, an institution aimed at developing the sport of rugby union in Germany

2006

The town of Eppelheim made him an honorary citizen in June 2006 for his entrepreneurial achievements and his many years of commitment to the employees of WILD GmbH & Co

2001

In the end of 2001 the IMD Lombard Odier Business Center was extended by the Wild Group Chair for Family Business

1997

Wild is president of the "Leonie Wild Charitable Foundation", which he initiated together with his mother Leonie Wild in 1997

1996

The Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg made Wild an honorary senator in recognition of his many years of service in 1996

1974

In 1974, he joined his parents' company - with the aim of expanding the world markets with Capri Sun and taking the company global

1941

Hans-Peter Wild was born in Heidelberg in 1941, the son of Rudolf Wild, who founded the Wild company in 1931