SAS Who Dares Wins star Ant Middleton made a whopping £2million last year.
The 40-year-old hardman is hugely popular with fans as the main presenter on the Channel 4 show – and has the bank balance worthy of a celebrity.
The latest accounts of Middleton Global Ltd show that he paid £447,930 in corporation tax, which would mean he’d earned approximately £2.24 million last year.
This would make him one of the most well-paid fitness gurus on our TV screen with only Joe Wicks earning more.
Ant's company assets total £1,419,067 and has a healthy £823,272 in equity.
This is a massive jump from previous accounts where his earnings were around £400,000 and the firm “only” had £1,643 in equity.
Ant became a TV star after leaving the Special Boat Service in 2012 after serving 14 years in the Armed Forces, which included stints in the Paras, Royal Marines and Army.
Since then, Ant, originally from Portsmouth, has become a staple on the tough bootcamp SAS: Who Dares Win, as well as the celebrity version.
He’s also written two autobiographies, which have gone onto to be Number One best sellers.
And two years ago, he summited Mount Everest with Scottish telly adventurer Ed Wardle.
He's now helping The Sun's readers with career and relationship worries with a new series called Ask Ant.
The Special Forces hero told one reader to "cut out the booze & stop acting like a pr*ck" as he dished no-bull advice.
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