Robert Francis "Bobby" George (born 16 December 1945 from Manor Park, London) is an English television presenter and retired professional darts player. He is widely recognised as one of the game's biggest personalities, known for his flamboyant entrances in which the "King of Darts" makes his way to the stage bedecked in jewellery, wearing a crown and cloak and holding a candelabra to the Queen song We Are the Champions.
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Bobby George (2). Real Name: Robert Francis "Bobby" George. Profile: Bobby George (born 16 December 1945) is an English television presenter and former professional darts player.
Pioneered the showbiz and razz in Darts. if you’re not yourself you’re no one! Media enquiries - Marie @ bobby.
Bobby George is a British darts player, TV personality and sports pundit but may be better known to some as the King of Darts, following his theatrical entrances into games wearing a cloak and crown and carrying a candelabra. An ideal darts speaker for events and exhibition evenings, Bobby is one of the most recognisable faces in darts and is sure to entertain and engage guests throughout proceedings
Bobby George said It was a privilege to be involved again and it was lovely to see a lot of the old faces raising the much needed funds to support disabled athletes. I must also say how professional Tracey and her team at the UK Sports Association are and as always a great pleasure to work with. Tracey McCillen, CEO, UK Sports Association said Darts players are amongst the most generous I know and I am so grateful for all their efforts. Without such generosity our work to support athletes with learning disability simply couldn’t continue.
Martin Fitzmaurice is an English former darts master of ceremonies, caller, scorer and referee who operated for the game's governing body in the United Kingdom the British Darts Organisation from 1985 to 2013, until he resigned and was replaced by Richard Ashdown in April 2013. The Fitzmaurices moved to Colchester in 1975 where he was asked to chalk a match (keep track of players' scores) in a local pub which was the start of his long career in darts. The two ended up working together for around five years.
Bobby George, darts’ King of Bling, is a rough diamond with a great sense of humour and an inquisitive mind. He currently co-presents BBC darts coverage, but was originally a builder by trade, digging tunnels for the Victoria tube line until he picked up his first dart at the age of 30. The London-born DIY lover built his own family house, George Hall, which has 18 bedrooms, 12 acres of grounds and a pub. Now he wants to find out about the cost of living and price of property in India
Bio: A literal Bobby Dazzler, George made his name on the darts circuit thanks to his pretty fascinating entrances. He liked to wear a crown and cloak, and carry a candelabra as he walked to the stage, to the tune of Queen’s We Are The Champions .