Dickie Davies (World of Sport) Cause of Death

Dickie Davies’ cause of death has not been disclosed. Dickie Davies died on 19 February 2023, at the age of 89.

Dickie Davies is the father of two children, Peter Davies and Daniel Davies. Richard John Davies was born on April 30, 1933, in Wallasey, United Kingdom. Dickie Davies attended Oldershaw Grammar School and did National Service in the Royal Air Force.

Dickie Davies made a cameo appearance at a racetrack in an episode of Budgie from 1972 (“The Outside Man”) and in a series 3 episode of Mind Your Language (“Guilty or Not Guilty”).

Dickie Davies began work on World of Sport in 1965 as an understudy to Eamonn Andrews taking over the role of presenter in 1968 when the latter left the show.

Following the end of World of Sport in 1985, Dickie Davies stayed with ITV where he presented boxing, darts, and snooker. Dickie Davies played a part in ITV’s coverage of the 1988 Seoul Olympics. He left ITV Sport in August 1989.

Dickie Davies joined the original incarnation of Eurosport where he fronted their snooker coverage, including the one-off 1991 Mita World Masters.