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Andy Fordham

Andy Fordham

Date of Birth February 2, 1962
Age 60 years, 5 months, 7 days
Place of Birth England
Country United Kingdom
Profession Darts Player
Horoscope Aquarius

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SpouseJenny Fordham (m. 2000)
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Andy Fordham Biography

Andy Fordham is a famous Darts Player, who was born on February 2, 1962 in United Kingdom. Professional darts player who won his first World Darts Championship in 2004. According to Astrologers, Andy Fordham's zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Andy “The Viking” Fordham (born 2 February 1962 from Bristol) is a retired English professional darts player. He won the 2004 BDO World Darts Championship and the 1999 Winmau World Masters.

He married Jenny Fordham in 1991.

Fordham made his first appearance on the stage at Lakeside in the 1995 BDO World Darts Championship and reached the semi-finals before losing to Richie Burnett. Another semi-final defeat followed in 1996, this time to Steve Beaton. On both these occasions, his victor then went on to claim the title. Second round defeats followed in 1997 (to Marshall James) and 1998 (to Raymond van Barneveld) before Fordham made it to the semi-final stage of the World Championship for third time in 1999, but was defeated by Ronnie Baxter.


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His 2000 campaign ended in the quarter-finals at the hands of Chris Mason and his fourth semi-final loss in 2001 was to Ted Hankey. In 2002 and 2003 he went out in the first and second rounds respectively.

Andy Fordham Net Worth

Andy Fordham is one of the richest Darts Player & listed on most popular Darts Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Andy Fordham net worth is approximately $2 Million.

Andy Fordham Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$2 Million
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Source of IncomeDarts Player
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HouseLiving in own house.

He began his professional darts career in 1990.

His 2000 campaign ended in the quarter-finals at the hands of Chris Mason and his fourth semi-final loss in 2001 was to Ted Hankey. In 2002 and 2003 he went out in the first and second rounds respectively.

Fordham is a huge fan of Scottish football club Rangers, and even paraded his BDO World Championship trophy before a game at Ibrox Stadium in 2004, he is also a fan of Millwall F.C. and has paraded his trophy at half time at The Den .

Andy Fordham Height

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He briefly retired from the British Darts Organization in 2009 before making a return in 2013.

On 21 November 2004, Fordham, as reigning BDO world champion, faced off against Phil Taylor, the reigning PDC world champion, in a best-of-13-sets match at Purfleet’s Circus Tavern. The special pay-per-view event was billed as “The Showdown” and was promoted and broadcast by Sky Sports. During the match, Fordham became unwell and complained of shortness of breath. He took a break after the seventh set and was advised not to continue by medical staff at the venue. Taylor was leading the match 5–2 at the time and declared the winner by default.

Who is Andy Fordham dating?

According to our records, Andy Fordham married to Jenny Fordham (m. 2000). As of May 2022, Andy Fordham’s is not dating anyone.

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Fordham made another Lakeside appearance in 2006 but again suffered a first round exit, this time losing 3–0 to Australia’s Simon Whitlock. Fordham was scheduled to face Whitlock again in the first round of the 2007 BDO World Darts Championship, but prior to the tournament starting he was again hospitalised after complaining of chest pains and breathing difficulties. Subsequently, he had 18 litres of bile drained from his lungs and was to remain in hospital for three weeks. Fordham was withdrawn from the tournament, with Whitlock receiving a walkover to the second round. Less than one week after being discharged from hospital, Fordham suffered what was initially thought to be a minor stroke, but which turned out to be severe breathing difficulties caused by further fluid build-up in his lungs. He eventually made a full recovery. In 2008, Fordham applied for a liver transplant. Although initially on an emergency liver transplant list, he subsequently lost 17 st (108 kg, 238 lbs) in weight and stopped drinking alcohol completely, leading to an announcement in December that, due to the improvement in his physical well-being, he probably would not now require a transplant for five years.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Darts Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Andy Fordham celebrates birthday on February 2 of every year.

While getting an exercise regime underway to try to lose some weight, in January 2005 Fordham returned to the Lakeside World championship as defending champion, but was defeated 3–2 in the first round by Dutchman Vincent van der Voort. He failed to progress past the first round of any of the other BDO majors that year, although he did reach the final of the Masters of Darts event, where he lost 7–1 to Phil Taylor.

In September 2007, after a nine-month absence from darts due to his health issues, Fordham made an low-key return to the oche at the Turunc Open in Turkey. Fordham did comparatively well, reaching the semi-final of the singles event where he lost to the eventual winner Martin Phillips from Wales. During his lay-off from the game, Fordham had lost 10 stone (63.5 kg, 140 lbs).

He won one match in an attempt to qualify for the 2008 Lakeside World Championship, but went out in the last 128 and also lost in his opening match at the last 136 stage of the Winmau World Masters. He then received an invitation to play at the Zuiderduin Masters in December 2007 – but lost both matches 0–5, to Mark Barilli (averaging 53.43) and to Co Stompé (averaging 76.20).

Fordham made his PDC debut in March 2009 at a Players Championship in Coventry, losing his preliminary round match 6–4 against Gary Scratchley. After ending his first six tournaments with no prize money and without a single win, Fordham won his first match at the East Midlands Players Championship, beating Jon Archer 6–4 and earned £200 for his efforts. He eventually lost to James Wade in the last 64 stage. He also won £200 in Austria and a combined total of £400 over two tournaments in Nuland. As of October 2011, Fordham was ranked 303 in the PDC Order of Merit, having not won any prize money since October 2009.

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