Gary Anderson is a Scottish professional darts player, currently playing in the Professional Darts Corporation. He is a former BDO and WDF world number one, and a two-time PDC World Champion, having won the title in 2015 and 2016. His nickname is The Flying Scotsman.
Gary Anderson: Playing Darts Tonight, Wife, Net Worth, Contractor Picture
Playing Darts Tonight:
Gary Anderson gets the better of Adrian Lewis, while Lisa Ashton is whitewashed; the festive feast of darts runs through to the final on Wednesday, January 3, with 96 players from around the world competing for £2.5m in prize money.
With four world titles between them ‘The Flying Scotsman’ struck with a majestic 116 to move within a leg of taking the opening set, but Lewis replied with a 96 checkout before sealing it with double top.
Gary has made no mention of his wife on his Instagram account, @TheFlyingScotsman.Gary was married to Rosemary, his ex-wife, before Rachel.
Rosemary’s information, like Rachel’s, is currently unavailable on the internet.Nonetheless, we are making every effort to learn more about the athlete’s personal life.
According to Taddlr, Anderson’s net worth is in the region on £4.5million ($6m).
The 50-year-old has earned over £4m in prize money alone during the course of his career. He picked up £250,000 for his World Championship triumph in 2015 and collected £300,00 when he repeated the feat the following year, plus a £15,000 for a nine-dart finish.
|Nickname||“The Flying Scotsman”|
|Born||22 December 1970|
|Home town||Burnham-on-Sea, England|
|Playing darts since||1996|
|Darts||23g Unicorn Maestro Phase 3|
|Walk-on music||“Jump Around” by House of Pain|
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Flip or Flop star Christina El Moussa ended her relationship with her contractor boyfriend Gary Anderson.
They first met when he was hired back in 2015 to do work on the El Moussas pool. The two immediately took a liking to each other — and her estranged husband Tarek even suspected Christina was texting another man behind his back, but the two have denied that’s the case.