SAS War Hero Who Became Brad Pitt’s Bodyguard Reveals What Protecting Hollywood Stars Is Like | GMB

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SAS tough guy, Mark “Billy” Billingham is a decorated war hero who, after leaving the elite unit, became a bodyguard to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Mark is now one of the instructors on SAS Who Dares Wins which returns on Sunday. Mark reveals what we can expect from this series and what being a bodyguard to the rich as famous is like!

Broadcast on 07/05/21

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