Facts About David Attenborough
David Attenborough have taken breaths around:375,678,000 breaths of air
David Attenborough have spent time for eating & drinking around:46.8 months eating and drinking
David Attenborough heart has beaten around:3,606,508,800 times
David Attenborough have eaten around:69 tons of food
David Attenborough have slept around:31.7 years sleeping
David Attenborough have laughed around:347,850 times
Sir David Attenborough is one of the iconic British narrators, broadcaster, and historian whose voice we can hear in many of the documentaries and TV projects related to history. Born David Frederick Attenborough in 1926 in Middlesex, since his early childhood he has been interested in history and ancient things. He used to collect fossils, rocks, stones, and everything he'd think has to do with history. After finishing his education and paying his military duties he found a job in a publishing agency and later on he started working in BBC Natural History Unit. In the 1960s he obtained an administrative position and began doing editor's job in the department. In the 1970s Attenborough tried himself as a narrator of a new BBC documentary on tribal art and truly enjoyed his job. For the next few decades, he released a large number of documentaries related to history and natural sciences which all were extremely successful. David Attenborough is the winner of numerous BAFTA awards for his programs, and the holder of numerous titles and orders including the Order of Merit given to him by the Queen in 2005.