Kristian mans up in bid to win charity’s ambassador job

Britains most ... Kristian Austin


The eventual winner will become an ambassador for the Orchid cancer charity and be given the brief of helping raise awareness of testicular and other male-related cancers.


Former Newton High pupil Kristian was selected for the contest, organised by male grooming firm Bluebeards Revenge, from 1,500 applicants.


He said: “I would love to be an ambassador for Orchid as it is a great cause.


“There have been a massive amount of people who have testicular cancer so it is important to raise awareness of the illness and what signs to look out for.”


Kristian, from Newton, started working as a model shortly after leaving school.


He has gone on to work for brands including Debenhams, Toni & Guy and most recently featured alongside Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart in a television shampoo advert.


A spokesman for Bluebeards Revenge said: “The Bluebeards Revenge has teamed up with the charity for the campaign, in an urgent bid to persuade men of all ages to Man Up and Check for the early signs of testicular cancer.


“Many guys are still burying their heads in the sand with regards to this very important issue, but with an overall cure rate of 96 per cent the disease is highly treatable.”

Kristian is a former 2015 Face Of The World International Finalist and walked the runway at Birmingham Fashion Week in September 15.

Kristian was recently a TOP 40 finalist from over 1500 applicants to become the face of Bluebeards Revenge male grooming brand.

Last year, Kristian filmed alongside England/Man City's goal keeper, Joe Hart on one of the Head & Shoulder commercials.

Kristian worked on the Manchester Fashion Show (20th July) to raise money for Francis House Children's Hospice.

Last year Kristian worked with Debenhams and the 100% Commited fashion team on their spring/summer clothing collection.

Kristian WON the title of Mr England (Charity) 2012 competition after raising money by doing a bungee jump for The Joshua Foundation which gives children with terminal illnesses a chance to see the world.

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