Jason Fox

Former Royal Marine Commando, Star of Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins & Co-founder of Rock 2 Recovery

  • Former Royal Marine Commando
  • Former SBS Sergeant
  • Star of Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins
  • Author of Battle Scars: A Story of War and All That Follows
  • Worked in surveillance, hostage rescue, counter terrorism, jungle survival, dog handing, combat swimming and counter narcotics
  • Co-founder of Rock 2 Recovery
  • Ambassador for Veterans 4 Wildlife

Discover Jason Fox’s biography of published work below.

Life Under Fire
Life Under Fire
Battle Scars
Battle Scars

Jason Fox is an inspirational individual who spent many years of his life performing duties as a Royal Marine Commando. During his years in service, Jason was a demolition expert and a member of the Special Forces where he was trained as a dog handler. He has also built a strong following after appearing on the hit Channel 4 programme SAS: Who Dares Wins. After suffering from PTSD due to the horrific things he experienced in the forces, Jason is also the co-founder of Rock 2 Recovery, a charity that helps to better the lives of distressed former servicemen and women.

First joining the Armed Services when he was just 16 years of age, Jason served a 20-year long tenure with the Royal Marines. After deciding to put himself through gruelling selection for the Special Forces, Jason was successful and joined the Special Boat Services. Adapting to a life of service, Jason was trained in the art of hostage rescue, counter-terrorism and jungle survival. He also handled narcotic missions and maritime counter-terrorism.

After 20 years of service, Jason left the Special Forces and began working in business as a project manager. Before long, Jason left that behind to become a security guard protecting high-profile clients. He was then recruited for his role on SAS: Who Dares Wins and began his proficiency as a public speaker. Jason has been sought as a speaker for clients such as JP Morgan, Bank Of America and Hasbro and works alongside fellow SAS star Ollie Ollerton. Jason has also released several bestselling books, including the titles of Life Under Fire and Battle Scars: A Story of War and All That Follows.

Now a highly sought online event speaker, Jason explores teamwork and resilience, skills that he was forced to hone in the Special Forces. Using the life lessons that he learnt in the military, Jason provides insightful deliveries that encourage audiences to have courage and determination when facing challenges. Also in his online deliveries, Jason covers the topical subject of post-traumatic stress disorder and helps others who may suffer from the condition to continue to have hope and courage. An adept speaker with an inspirational tale of military service, Jason Fox is guaranteed to be a hit with your virtual audiences.

Official Testimonials

Jason Fox is regularly booked to engage audiences at virtual events, read their latest feedback below:

“Jason Fox spoke at our company conference. He was humble, yet inspiring, and managed to keep the audiences attention throughout his whole talk. He stimulated more questions from the team than we ever had before for a speaker. I would highly recommend him to businesses who want to inspire their team on team work, resilience and positive mental attitude”- Kay, Hasbro

“It was excellent! Jason had the audience mesmerised. They were really interested in everything he had to say and his style of delivery was pitched at the right level. I’ve attended a number of events in that hall and there is usually a restlessness towards the end of events (sometimes even in the middle of a particularly dry topic!) but during Jason’s event the audience were fully engaged throughout”- Bank Of America

“He was great! He made us laugh and had some good takeaways from a mental health perspective so messaging was spot on”- JP Morgan

To enquire about Jason Fox for your next virtual event or webinar, simply contact The Online Speakers Agency via agent@virtualonlinespeakersagency.com or call a booking agent on 0203 9317 391.