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Best known for hosting Discovery Channel's enormously popular series "Man vs. Wild," British extreme adventurist Bear Grylls recently released his autobiography, "Mud, Sweat & Tears."

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People.com: Jake Gyllenhaal Eats a Worm on Man Vs. Wildupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 14:49:00

Watch the Hollywood hunk as he treks across the frozen terrain of Iceland

Crossing the Northwest Passage with Bear Gryllsupdated: Mon Nov 15 2010 07:48:00

Traversing the infamous Northwest Passage was an experience unlike any other I've been through.

Bear Grylls travels Northwest Passageupdated: Mon Nov 15 2010 07:48:00

Adventurer Bear Grylls takes Earth's Frontiers on an expedition to see the declining glaciers of the Northwest Passage.

People.com: Bear Grylls: How to Hydrate with Bird Poop-Filled Waterupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 18:36:00

The Man vs. Wild star shares his worst on-camera experience - it's not for the squeamish! - and reveals his wife's thoughts on his survivalist diet

People.com: Will Ferrell and Bear Grylls Take on the Tundraupdated: Fri May 29 2009 15:27:00

The comedian confronts the great outdoors with the TV star

People.com: Will Ferrell Roughs It, Drinks Urine with Bear Gryllsupdated: Fri Apr 24 2009 14:53:00

The funnyman also ate reindeer eyeballs while in northern Sweden's icy mountains

People.com: Adventurer Bear Grylls Welcomes Baby No. 3updated: Fri Jan 16 2009 11:39:00

The Man vs. Wild star and his wife have a son, Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls

People.com: Bear Grylls (Finally!) Airlifted to Safetyupdated: Wed Dec 10 2008 14:39:00

The Man vs. Wild star was stranded in Antarctica for days following a serious shoulder injury

People.com: Bear Grylls Injured in Antarctic Expeditionupdated: Mon Dec 08 2008 13:12:00

Shoulder injury sends the Brit adventurer to a hospital in the U.K.

'Man vs. Wild' host injured in Antarctic expeditionupdated: Sun Dec 07 2008 20:59:00

Adventurer and TV show host Bear Grylls injured his shoulder in Antarctica during an expedition to raise money for an international charity, the Discovery Channel said Sunday.

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