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Who Dares Wins star Anthony ‘Staz’ Stazicker?

TELLY fans reckon Anthony ‘Staz’ Stazicker is being lined up to replace Ant Middleton as the chief Directing Staff member (DS) on SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Here’s everything you need to know about the military man.

Anthony, 37, and his partner Ruby


Anthony, 37, and his partner Ruby

Who is Anthony ‘Staz’ Stazicker?

Anthony, 37, is a DS on SAS: Who Dares Wins.

He joined the military aged 20, becoming a sniper with the Royal Marines before joining the Special Boat Service in 2008 and serving for a decade.

Anthony is engaged to Ruby McClafferty and lost his mother unexpectedly at a young age.

Speaking previously about his late mother, he said: “I’d say my life’s biggest slap in the face was when my mum ­suddenly passed away. I was about 11, it was totally ­unexpected, it was a brain haemorrhage.

“I remember spending a few days in hospital, not really understanding what was going on.

“She was on life support and then a few days in, a decision was made to turn the life support off. I think it was a deciding factor for me.

“It made me quite resentful, quite angry, but I think it also gave me a purpose, a fire, something to prove and do somebody proud.”

Anthony is a new DS on SAS: Who Dares Wins


Anthony is a new DS on SAS: Who Dares Wins

When will he join SAS: Who Dares Wins?

Anthony started off as a ‘mole’ in the current series of the Channel 4 show, trying to catch out the trainees.

He emerged as a DS in last Sunday’s episode and some fans are now speculating if he’s being lined up to replace Ant Middleton as the chief DS.

Ant, 40, left SAS: Who Dares Wins (UK) earlier this year following controversial comments about the Covid-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.

He told The Sun in March: “I think that ultimately what has happened is that the people that make the show and I have very different opinions on where the show started and where it is going in the future.

“When I started making the show and as I was involved from the beginning, it was very simple and at its core it was to show what Special Forces’ selection was.

“And I am sad to say that in recent years the producers of the show have drifted from this and it has become more of a reality show than I feel comfortable with.”

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