Updated 12/14/2022 at 8:54 pm
- Also in the new Jungle Camp season, Dr. Bob with us again.
- But he again regains his own form.
- Dr. Bob travels to Western Australia with Philip Pavlovich and Prince Damian.
Robert “Bob” McCarron, the only Dr. Bob in the Jungle Camp universe known as “I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here!” It became known immediately after the premiere of the new season. (Friday, January 13 at 9:30 PM rtl) can also be seen in his own TV show. in “Dr Bob” Australia(Sunday, January 15 at 8:15 p.m. on RTL or via RTL+) Jungle Camp doctor and crowd favorite the reigning Jungle King Philip Pavlovich and his predecessor Prince Damien will show Western Australia.
According to the broadcaster, the more than 4,000-kilometre road trip offers travelers “in addition to Australian traditions and special features, interesting background information and curious details from Down Under”. In 2020, McCarron showed ex-Jungle Queen Evelyn Burdecki and Jungle Camp third-place finisher Thorston Leggat beautiful corners of Australia in “Dr. Bob’s Australia”.
Dr. Bob: Who is that, anyway?
Bob McCarron was born in 1950 in London. In the 1970s he began a career in the Australian film business and made a name for himself as a special effects artist and make-up artist. Among other things, he was responsible for the effects in films such as “Mad Max II – The Enforcer” (1981) or the Oscar-winning drama film “The Piano” (1993). He was also on the special effects team of the hit science-fiction film The Matrix (1999).
While working on The Matrix, McCarron was credited with jungle camp got to know. He was also featured in the 2002 British original “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!” was hired as “Medical Bob”. Feather. In 2004 he was first used as “Dr. Bob” for RTL Jungle Camp. As a paramedic, known in English as a non-medical professional group in the field of emergency services, they have degrees in nursing and emergency medicine. According to RTL he lives With his wife on a farm between Sydney and Canberra.
Jungle format over RTL
By the way, other formats are being developed around Jungle Camp 2023, which will be broadcast live every day from the beginning. “I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here!” Before the broadcast, there was a 15-minute chat about what was happening in the camp and a special preview was shown.
“I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here! The Hour After” (first on Friday, 13 January at 11:45pm RTL) Follow-up to Jungle Camp episode with Angela Finger-Erben and Olivia Jones daily follow-up does. The Jungle Stars reunion is also on Monday, January 30, following the finale on “I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here! The Big Reunion” on January 29.
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The start date for the next edition of RTL Jungle Camp has been finalised. It starts on Friday, January 13.