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Tony Green Bio, Age, Cause of Death, Family, Wife, Career, Net Worth, and More

Tony Green was an English sports commentator and television presenter, was widely recognized in his field.


Age- 85 years

Full name-Anthony John Green

Height- 178 cm


Born- 29 January 1939

Birthplace-Manchester, United Kingdom

Death date- 4 March 2024

Profession- Commentator and television presenter

Nationality- British

Cause of Death

Tony Green, the former darts commentator renowned for his role on the television show Bullseye, passed away at the age of 85. Bullseye creator Andrew Wood confirmed the news, stating that Green “passed away peacefully today after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.”

Green served as a BBC commentator at the BDO World Championships from 1978 to 2016. However, he gained even more prominence as the scorer and announcer on the enduring quiz show Bullseye, hosted by Jim Bowen on ITV from 1981 to 1995.

The announcement of Green’s passing was made on Bullseye’s Facebook page by Wood and his family, who expressed their deep sadness. They extended their love, thoughts, and prayers to Green’s family and friends, recalling the cherished memories and laughter shared during their time working together on Bullseye.

Tony Green death


Tony Green kept his personal life private, and details regarding his family and parents are not publicly available.


According to sources, Tony Green married Kylie Green, and he kept his personal life private, so information regarding children is not known.


A former amateur player for Lancashire in county darts, Tony Green became the BBC’s lead commentator for the BDO World Professional Darts Championship. He played a significant role in the darts community as a British Darts Organisation (BDO) official, notably during the dispute that led to the formation of the Professional Darts Corporation. Additionally, he served as chair of the International Darts Players’ Association (IDPA), representing players aligned with the BDO.

Green, alongside Sid Waddell, provided darts commentary for the BBC from 1978 to 1994. While Waddell left the BBC in 1994, Green continued until the 2016 Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships, the final event televised by the BBC.

Tony Green career

Beyond commentary, Green was recognized as the announcer and co-host of the popular television darts quiz, Bullseye, which aired from 1982 to 1995 on ITV. He later returned for the show’s revival in 2006. Additionally, he appeared as himself in a special edition of Bullseye for the Gameshow Marathon series on ITV in 2007.

Green also made appearances on other television programs, such as the talk show Meet Ricky Gervais in 2000, and co-hosted Challenge TV’s coverage of the PDC US Open tournament in 2007.

In 2015, Green served as narrator and commentator for the BBC’s Let’s Play Darts for Comic Relief.

Net Worth

At the time of his passing, his net worth was estimated to be 6 million.

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