Bradley John Walsh, popularly known as Bradley Walsh is an English actor, singer, television presenter and former professional football player born on June 4, 1960.
Bradley was born in Watford and grew up nearby Leavesden.
He attended Francis Combe Academy, a comprehensive high school in Gartson, Hertfordshire.
Walsh became known for his role as Danny Baldwin in Coronation street and the lead role of DS Ronnie Brooks in Law & Order. He is also known for hosting ITV game show, The Chase and Cash Trapped.
From being a singer to a television presenter and acting, Bradley is simply an all round entertainer.
Here are the 6 other interesting things you probably don’t know about him.
1.He became a professional footballer in 1978 at the age of 18.
2. He came through on his television career in 1994 after he won a role as one of the presenting team on the National Lottery which air on BBC One.
3. His first acting job was a minor role in the channel 4 series, Lock, Stock…
4. He has won numerous awards which include:
- Best dramatic performance at British Songs Awards (2006)
- Best daytime programme for The Chase at Broadcast Award (2013)
- Most popular daytime programme for The Chase at National Television Award (2007)
5. He got married to his wife Donna Derby in 1997 and their union is blessed with two children.
6. Bradley Walsh is one of the most influential entertainer with an estimated net worth of $8 million.
You can reach out to him on Twitter @BradleyWalsh