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Australia SAS Australia's Ollie Ollerton was SACKED from UK version of the show

01:35  27 october  2020
01:35  27 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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But unbeknownst to viewers, military veteran Ollie Ollerton faced a huge career low just months earlier - when he was sacked from the UK version of the show after seven seasons. In August, the 43-year-old told The Sun he was 'disappointed and shocked' to have been axed from SAS : Who Dares Wins

Ollie believes that he was axed as part of a 'diversity drive' on the show . SAS : Who Dares Wins has Ollie said that other instructors on the show threatened to follow him out of the door, however he Elsewhere, former Special Forces trooper Ant is facing the sack as Chief Cadet of the Royal Navy

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He's currently putting celebrities through their paces as a DS (directing staff) member on Channel Seven's gruelling new show, SAS Australia.

But unbeknownst to viewers, military veteran Ollie Ollerton faced a huge career low just months earlier - when he was sacked from the UK version of the show after seven seasons.

In August, the 43-year-old told The Sun he was 'disappointed and shocked' to have been axed from SAS: Who Dares Wins, amid claims it was part of a 'diversity drive' after network bosses no longer wanted four white men fronting the show.

a man looking at the camera: Gone! Military veteran Ollie Ollerton (pictured) was sacked from the UK version of SAS Australian after five years, in an apparent 'diversity drive' © Provided by Daily Mail Gone! Military veteran Ollie Ollerton (pictured) was sacked from the UK version of SAS Australian after five years, in an apparent 'diversity drive'

Ollie said: 'Five years ago we put our heads above the parapet for the first time ever – threatening our security as former members of the Special Forces – to bring that show to fruition. I expected that loyalty to be reciprocated. It clearly wasn't.'

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OLLIE OLLERTON has spoken out on his exit from SAS : Who Dares Wins UK exclusively with Express.co. uk , admitting he 'no longer' felt content Ollie Ollerton , 49, shared that he is “happy” now he will no longer be a part of future UK SAS : Who Dares Wins episodes, after being suddenly fired

CELEBRITY SAS star Ollie Ollerton says the Channel 4 show is in talks about making a kids' Ollie with the rest of the Directing Staff on the hit Channel 4 showCredit: PA:Press Association. He confirmed the show is planning to film the next series after lockown and said: "The UK will be wanting

He had been a stalwart on the Channel 4 show alongside DS Ant Middleton, Jason 'Foxy' Fox and Mark 'Billy' Billingham since its inception in 2015.

Ollie added that his fellow instructors threatened to quit when they discovered he was leaving - but he convinced them to stay.

a man talking on a cell phone: Furious:  In August, the 43-year-old told The Sun he was 'disappointed and shocked' to have been axed from SAS: Who Dares Wins, amid claims it was part of a 'diversity drive' because network bosses no longer wanted four white men fronting the show © Provided by Daily Mail Furious:  In August, the 43-year-old told The Sun he was 'disappointed and shocked' to have been axed from SAS: Who Dares Wins, amid claims it was part of a 'diversity drive' because network bosses no longer wanted four white men fronting the show

They will most likely be joined by a new DS member next season who fits in with diversity guidelines, but no official line-up has been confirmed.

Ollie added: 'There are two types of people in this world, those who can do the job and those who can’t. I don’t care what colour they are.

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SAS Australia ' s Matthew ' Ollie ' Ollerton has revealed why James Magnussen failed to make the cut on Channel Seven's military-style show , despite completing the course. Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia on Friday, the 47-year-old DS (directing staff) and mental health speaker said it was

Roxy Jacenko has lashed out at SAS Australia instructor Ollie Ollerton for saying she was 'horrendous' on the show . Ollie ' s half of the exchange read: 'Well done! I have a business venture I want to launch in Aus, maybe you could help?

'I feel people forcing the diversity agenda upon us are actually keeping racism alive and creating a divide. It doesn’t allow us to unify.'

At the time, a spokesperson for Channel 4 told MailOnline: 'Ollie continues to be associated with the SAS: Who Dares Wins Brand as a DS for SAS: Who Dares Wins Australia.

a group of people standing in front of a body of water: Team: Ollie (far left) had been a stalwart on the Channel 4 show alongside DS Ant Middleton (second right), Jason 'Foxy' Fox (far right) and Mark 'Billy' Billingham (second left) since its inception in 2015 © Provided by Daily Mail Team: Ollie (far left) had been a stalwart on the Channel 4 show alongside DS Ant Middleton (second right), Jason 'Foxy' Fox (far right) and Mark 'Billy' Billingham (second left) since its inception in 2015

'Ollie has made an exceptional contribution to SAS: Who Dares Wins and the expertise and experience he brought to the Directing Staff team has been much valued. We wish him great success with his future projects.'

Though he is no longer a part of the UK season, Ollie has become a fan favourite on the Australian version of the show.

The hit series - which has smashed ratings ever since its launch show last week - has already seen the likes of Roxy Jacenko and Schapelle Corby quit following a string of incredibly strenuous challenges.

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Other celebrities include Candice Warner, Nick 'Honey Badger' Cummins and former Bachelorette Ali Oetjen.

SAS Australia continues Tuesday at 7:30pm on Channel Seven

a man wearing a costume: Draining: The hit series - which has smashed ratings ever since its launch show last week - has already seen the likes of Roxy Jacenko and Schapelle Corby (pictured) walk following a string of incredibly strenuous challenges © Provided by Daily Mail Draining: The hit series - which has smashed ratings ever since its launch show last week - has already seen the likes of Roxy Jacenko and Schapelle Corby (pictured) walk following a string of incredibly strenuous challenges Read more

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