Celebrity support from Typhoon

Famous and Fearless stars turn to British suit maker for help

Author: Pat
1st February 2012
 

Celebrities in Channel 4′s ‘Famous and Fearless’ were kitted out with Typhoon drysuits.

The show – which aired last week – took celebs out of their comfort zone via a variety of different extreme challenges.

Typhoon donated drysuits and lifejackets for a powerboat challenge.

Celebrities involved in the task were Charley Boorman of ‘Long Way Round’ fame, and Sam Branson, son of Richard.

They were up against NZ rugby star Jonah Lomu and implausibly named British comedian Rufus Hound for the charity challenge.

Boorman proved his mettle and went on to be crowned winner of the show last Friday.

 
 
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