Jonathan Goodwin has been described as a modern-day superhero somewhere between Houdini and Superman. A professional danger man, Jonathan has put himself in the most extreme situations and dodged death every time. Jonathan has been attacked by sharks, burned at the stake, buried alive, bitten by rattlesnakes, and hung from buildings, helicopters, and cable cars.
From early 2013, UKTV’s Dangerman: The Incredible Mr. Goodwin has been broadcast worldwide. In 2013, Jonathan lay on a single nail on The Jonathan Ross Show and had a breeze-block broken on his chest with a sledgehammer. He has also appeared on The Paul O’Grady Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
Jonathan first appeared on Channel 4’s Dirty Tricks and has subsequently appeared in The Seven Stupidest Things to Escape From and Deathwish Live. For the Discovery Channel he filmed One Way Out and How Not to Become Shark Bait in which he allowed himself to be attacked by a Caribbean reef shark.
He is currently writing The Art of the Skill Hacker which will teach readers how to master skill hacking and to quickly become experts in any field. Jonathan is married to Katy. They have a daughter Milligan, or Milli for short. They have two dogs named Pickle and Scooter and live in the US.
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