Bobby Davro made his television debut in 1981; his major breakthrough came with an appearance in "Live At Her Majestys" in 1983. This led to his own Saturday night series Davro, Bobby Davro On The Box, Bobbys Sketch Pad and TV Weekly which immediately topped the ratings for six consecutive years. In 1991 bobby moved to the BBC and made three series, Public Enemy Number One, Rock With Laughter and Run The Risk.
In 1997 Bobby hosted for Yorkshire Television's Winner Takes All for 65 programmes. Bobby has been touring with Swingin' a tribute to the songs and music of Frank Sinatra featuring bobby's 15-piece orchestra and international recording star Kenny Lynch in 2003 Bobby was involved in a brand new exciting show for Channel 4, called The Games in which Bobby had to compete in several Olympic style events. Bobby recently joined the cast of Eastenders as lovable cockney rogue Vinnie Monks.
In December 2009 he topped the bill in the pantomime Cinderella at Milton Keynes alongside veteran Hollywood star Mickey Rooney he also performed in the ITV series of Dancing On Ice 2010 and now regards skating as one of his added talents. Versatility is the key to Bobby's longevity, as a high profile personality. Be it in television, voice overs, pantomime, summer shows, musical theatre, corporate entertainment, award presentations, golf shows and late night cabaret.
Bobby lives in Surrey with his three daughters. In his rare moments away from the world of show business, Bobby likes nothing better than a game of golf, snooker, fishing or a glass of wine in front of the television.