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June 10, 2024

Bullseye legend and darts commentator Tony Green dies aged 85

Tributes have flooded in after the announcement that the popular broadcaster passed away following a battle with Alzheimer’s

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Tony Green, the beloved darts commentator and Bullseye TV show legend, has sadly passed away at 85.

Tributes have poured in for Tony after hearing he has died. He had been ill with Alzheimer’s disease.

Tony was from Hull and he talked about darts on the telly with Jim Bowen for 13 years. He also worked with Sid Waddell and lots of darts fans will remember his voice.

The sad news about Tony was shared on the Bullseye Facebook page. They said: “It’s with a very heavy heart that we announce the passing of our dear friend and much loved colleague Mr Tony Green. Tony passed away peacefully today after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.”

The Bullseye star, who worked with Jim Bowen for 13 years, had long battled Alzheimers(Image: REX/Shutterstock)

They also said: “Our love, thoughts and prayers go out to all of Tony’s family, who we hold such affection for, to all of Tony friends and those who were lucky enough to work with him. Thank you Tony for all the memories, all the laughs (and trust us there were many! ) and all the special times filming Bullseye together. What wonderful years those were and we are honoured to have shared them with you. You will be missed our dear friend.”, reports the Mirror.

Before he became famous on TV, Tony played darts himself. Then he became the main darts pundit on the BBC, especially at the big BDO world championship every year.

He kept doing this until 2016. People also knew him because he was on the Bullseye game show on ITV from 1982 to 1995.

Former darts world champion Steve Beaton shared: “So sad to hear the news that Tony Green has passed away my thoughts are with Jacky and all the family. Such a nice guy did plenty of exhibitions together and golf days and he gave me my nickname. RIP my friend.”