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‘Tiziano Crudeli’ helps raise awareness for prostate cancer

| 29.01.2013

Eccentric Italian sports commentator and star of the popular Ladbrokes TV adverts Tiziano Crudeli – in the form of impressionist Jon Culshaw – has lent a helping hand to Prostate Cancer UK to raise awareness of the dangers that it poses to men around the world.

The charity has enlisted the help of Culshaw to front its advertising campaign to help raise funds for the fight against the disease that is almost as big a killer as breast cancer in the UK.

One of the new adverts for the campaign features the impressionist’s parody of Tiziano to portray the fact that the odds of men getting prostate cancer stand at 8/1.

Former Crystal Palace and Sheffield Wednesday striker Mark Bright also features in the ad.

It’s a rather impressive impression and it also highlights the rather more serious message that the charity’s Sledgehammer Fund is looking to communicate.

You can see the new advert here and find details on how you can lend a helping hand.

Prostate Cancer UK’s Sledgehammer Fund is investing in life-saving research and support for thousands of sufferers of prostate cancer around the world.

You can give your support to the Sledgehammer Fund by texting the word CRACK to 70004 to donate just £5. You can also visit the website here.




Mark Bowering