|Steve Davis OBE
|August 22, 1957
|65 Years Old
Steve Davies is a former professional snooker player from England who was born on August 22, 1957. He is best known for his 1980s professional snooker dominance.
Which included reaching eight World Snooker Championship finals in nine years, taking home six world championships, and holding the top spot for seven straight seasons.
In one of Snooker’s most illustrious matches, the 1985 World Championship final, which featured a thrilling blackball finish and drew 18.5 million viewers, he finished second behind Dennis Taylor.
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His father Bill, A passionate player, produced him to snooker at the age of 12, taking him to play at his local working men’s club. He started playing at Lucania Snooker Club in Romford.
When Davies was 18, the club manager brought his talent to the attention of Barry Hearn and Hearn became his friend and manager.
Paid £25 per match by Hearn, Davies toured Britain and took part in challenge matches against established professionals such as Ray Reardon, John Spencer, and Alex Higgins.
He was given the moniker “Nugget” at this time because, in Hearn’s words, “you could put a case of your money on it and you knew you were going to get rewarded.
In 1976, Davies won the English Under-19 Billiards Championship. One of his last wins as a snooker amateur was in the final of the 1978 Pontins Spring Open against another future professional, Tony Mayo.
He played his first World Snooker Championship in 1979. He is winning two qualifying matches, but losing to Dennis Taylor 11–13 in the first round.
Steve Davis Family:
The player has no daughter. Steve Davis’ child with Judy Gregg, a former air hostess. The couple called off their 15-year marriage in 2015.
The actor had a two-month extramarital affair in 1995 with a 19-year-old dancer named Cheri Pula. The private moments they shared.
Cheree admitted she never knew the player was married and claimed he wanted her back two months after a newspaper revealed their affair.
Judy forgives her husband, but their marriage fails after ten years. Commenting on what Cherry said about their relationship. Steve points out that Judy got with someone else because she prioritized her career over their marriage.