Dion Dublin Biography and Wiki
Dion Dublin is an English television presenter best known as the former professional footballer. He played as a center-back with Norwich City and later joined Cambridge United as a center-forward. He also played for Coventry City, Manchester United, Celtic, Leicester, Millwall, and Aston Villa. In 2015, he joined the presenting team on the BBC One daytime show Homes Under the Hammer.
Dion Dublin Education
Dublin’s information regarding his educational background is not available. It will be updated as soon as possible.
Dion Dublin Age
Dublin is 51 years old as of 2020. He was born on 22 April 1969, in Leicester, England. He celebrates his birthday on 22nd April. Also Read: Staci DaSilva
Dion Dublin Height
Dion stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m). Information about his other body measurements is currently not available.
Dion Dublin Parents | Father
Dion is the son of Eddie Dublin and Rose Dublin. He was brought up in Leicester. He also he is of Nigerian descent. In addition, he has two siblings, a young brother Ben challenger who is a retired English high jumper, and Eddie Dublin.
Dion Dublin The Dube
Dublin as an amateur percussionist, he invented a percussion instrument known as “The Dube”. Also in 2011, he accompanied Ocean Colour Scene in a gig at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. In 2015, he joined the presenting team on the BBC One daytime show Homes Under the Hammer.
Dion Dublin Wife
Dion is married to his wife Louise Dublin. The couples are confidential when it comes to matters concerning their personal life. The is no much information about their children.
Dion Dublin Children | Daughter
Dublin’s information about his children is not available in the public eye. However, he is known to have a son whose name is not yet in the limelight. Information regarding if he has a daughter is not available. It will be updated once confirmed.
Dion Dublin Net Worth
Dion as an accomplished English television presenter and former professional football player has a net worth of $16 million.
Dion Dublin Homes Under The Hammer
Homes Under The Hammer is a daytime television program in Britain that deals with genuine renovation auction. It began in May 2003 with Lucy Alexander as one of the original presenters till her leaving in 2016. In addition, Dublin is a presenter on the show since 2015 when he joined at the starting of the 19th series. The show has two other co-presenter, Martin Roberts and Martel Maxwell.
According to the Sun, Dublin landed the role after receiving training through the BBC’s Diversity Creative Talent Fund, which aims to provide opportunities to potential stars from ethnic groups currently underrepresented on television.
Dion Dublin Celtic
Dublin was gobbled up rapidly by then Celtic chief Gordon Strachan, to cover for the loss of Chris Sutton, on a contract until the finish of the period. At Celtic, Dublin made twofold progress, with Scottish League Cup and Scottish Premier League champ’s decorations. On 19 March 2006, Dublin went ahead as a sub and scored the last objective as Celtic crushed Dunfermline 3–0 to win the Scottish League Cup last, and furthermore played enough matches with Celtic to justify a title award. In the alliance, he made three-class starts and eight substitute appearances for Celtic, scoring once against Kilmarnock on 9 April 2006 out of a 4–1 win at Rugby Park. In spite of a couple of nice exhibitions for the Parkhead outfit, Dublin was delivered by supervisor Gordon Strachan in May 2006.
Dion Dublin Manchester United
Dion oversaw five group appearances that season, scoring once in a 3–2 home win over Oldham Athletic toward the beginning of April, his objective making sure about a fundamental triumph in the title run-in during a spell when United began to drop focuses and Blackburn Rovers were surrounding them. He likewise dealt with a further objective in the Football League Cup second round first leg, as United were beaten 2–1 by Stoke City at the Victoria Ground. The objective against Oldham was the main competitive objective that Dublin scored for United at Old Trafford. He was kept separate from the FA Cup-winning group and neglected to show up to justify another Premier League title victors award, and in September 1994, he was offered to Coventry City for £2 million – a record getting paperwork done for Coventry City at that point – and furthermore probably the biggest expense got by Manchester United.