SAS: Who Dares Wins



Shaun Dooley (narrator)


Minnow Films for Channel 4, 19 October 2015 to 21 February 2023 (45 episodes in 8 series)

as Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, 7 April 2019 to present


Thirty civilians are put through their paces in a version of the SAS selection process to see if anyone is tough enough physically and mentally.

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2015 Freddie Iron and Ryan Roddy
2016 Moses Adeyemi
2018 Jonathan Davis and Matt Sallis
2019 Mark Peart, Louise McCullough and Milo Mackin
2020 James Priestley and Chris O
2021 Connor Smyth and Kieran Lang
2022 Shylla Duhaney and Paige Zima
2023 Grant, Hilary and Joshua

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

2019 Wayne Bridge
2020 Lauren Steadman and Leon "Locksmith" Rolle
2021 Alexandra Burke, Aled Davies and Wes Nelson
2022 Calum Best, Ferne McCann, AJ Pritchard and Maisie Smith


Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins


  • Louise Mensch (politician)
  • Dev (Radio 1 presenter)
  • Jeff Brazier (TV presenter)
  • Andrea McLean (from Loose Women)
  • Victoria Pendleton (track cyclist)
  • Jeremy Irvine (actor)
  • Camilla Thurlow (Love Island contestant)
  • Wayne Bridge (footballer)
  • Ben Foden (rugby player)
  • Heather Fisher (rugby player)
  • AJ Odudu (TV presenter)
  • Sam Thompson (Made in Chelsea)


  • Joey Essex (The Only Way Is Essex star)
  • Brendan Cole (from Strictly Come Dancing)
  • Katie Price (model)
  • John Fashanu (footballer and Gladiators host)
  • Anthea Turner (TV presenter)
  • Leon "Locksmith" Rolle (member of Rudimental)
  • Lauren Steadman (paralympic athlete)
  • Nikki Sanderson (Candice Stowe on Hollyoaks)
  • Jack Maynard (social media star)
  • Helen Skelton (TV presenter)
  • Tony Bellew (boxer)
  • Yasmin Evans (TV presenter)


  • Kerry Katona (I'm a Celeb winner)
  • Ore Oduba (TV presenter)
  • Ulrika Jonsson (TV presenter)
  • Jake Quickenden (The X Factor contestant)
  • Saira Khan (TV presenter)
  • James Cracknell (rower)
  • Alexandra Burke (The X Factor winner)
  • Aled Davies (paralympic athlete)
  • Wes Nelson (Love Island contestant)
  • Shanaze Reade (BMX racer)
  • Vicky Pattison (Geordie Shore star)
  • Kieron Dyer (footballer)


  • Jennifer Ellison (from Brookside)
  • Pete Wicks (The Only Way is Essex)
  • Calum Best (son of George Best)
  • Ferne McCann (The Only Way Is Essex)
  • Fatima Whitbread (javelin thrower)
  • Jonathan Broom-Edwards (paralympic athlete)
  • Amber Gill (Love Island winner)
  • AJ Pritchard (Strictly Come Dancing professional)
  • Curtis Pritchard (Love Island contestant)
  • Jade Jones (taekwondo)
  • Shannon Courtenay (boxer)
  • Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher from EastEnders)
  • Dwain Chambers (sprinter)
  • Ashley Cain (footballer)

Web links

Channel 4 site (Regular)

Channel 4 site (Celebrity)

Wikipedia entry

See also

SAS: Are You Tough Enough

Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week


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