Jason Fox is a former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Sergeant.
He is a member of the Directing Staff in Channel 4’s prime-time hit show SAS: Who Dares Wins.
AKA ‘Foxy’, he joined the Royal Marines aged 16 and served for 20 years.
During this time he passed the Special Forces selection process and served with the Special Boat Service.
While in the SBS, Jason planned and led operations including hostage rescue, counter-terrorism, counterinsurgency, maritime counter-terrorism, surveillance, bodyguarding and counter-narcotics missions.
He also trained as a combat swimmer, demolitions expert, Special Forces dog handler and jungle survival expert.
He left the Special Forces in 2012 and moved into the TV and Film industry.
Initially, Jason supported production crews who were filming in hostile environments such as the jungle, the Arctic and the desert.
However, in 2015, Jason made his on-screen debut in Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins.
The series follows 30 men put through the SAS selection process – the ultimate test of their physical and psychological resilience.
In 2018, Foxy presented a new ground-breaking prime-time show for Channel 4 – Meet the Drug Lords – Inside the Real Narcos. Jason headed unarmed into the heart of Latin America’s billion-dollar cartels to confront the kinds of criminals he once hunted.
Off-screen, Jason has undertaken several charity challenges including a record-breaking row across the Atlantic with Team Essence and walking to the North Pole with Will Greenwood MBE and Alan Chambers MBE.
As a motivational speaker, Jason Fox motivates teams highlighting topics such as leadership, teamwork, resilience and working in pressurised environments.
Jason’s speeches are unique, from deployment in Afghanistan to walking to the North Pole, he highlights what it takes to develop emotional resilience from working within some of the most pressurised environments on earth.