Bobby George is widely recognised as the best known, most colourful and charismatic darts player of all time. He is the biggest personality in darts and after co-presenting the famous World Darts Championships for BBC TV since 1999, followed by the Winmau World Masters, he is now known as ‘the face of televised darts’.
Famed for his extravagant stage entrances to the sound of Queen’s ‘We Are The Champions’ dressed in a sequinned cape and carrying a lighted candelabra, Bobby has become a living darts legend.
Twice winner of the famous News Of The World Darts Championship (1979 & 1986), twice Butlins Grand Masters champion (1979 & 1980), former winner of the North American Open (1979) and European Cup Singles (1982), Bobby has competed in 15 Embassy World Championships and twice been a finalist (1980 & 1994). One of the most successful England Internationals of all time, Bobby is a former Nations Cup (1980) and European Cup (1982) Champion.
Bobby is now a successful presenter and TV personality, in Celebrity Come Dine with Me and Celebrity Fit Club.