A Welsh journalist, sportscaster, and rugby union player by the name of Edward Thomas Butler, better known by his stage name Eddie Butler, won 16 caps for his country’s team between 1980 and 1984. He also scored two tries. He went to Fitzwilliam College in Cambridge as well as Monmouth School there. After quitting the sport, he began writing a weekly column for The Observer Sport’s Rugby Union section in 1991.
He also contributed to The Guardian and the BBC, where he co-commentated with former England hooker Brian Moore. When it was revealed that Butler had written Austin Healey’s newspaper column when Healey was on tour in Australia in 2001 with the British and Irish Lions rugby team, he attracted some notice.
Additionally, he contributed to the linked football tasks, including a 1994 FA Cup Final edition of Grandstand exclusive interview with Eric Cantona. He released two books with a rugby theme. Additionally, he served as an ambassador for Prostate Cymru, a Welsh organization that promotes awareness of prostate cancer.
He favored the independence of Wales. He was conceived on May 8, 1957, in Newport, England. At the age of 65, he passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2022. He passed away quietly while walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru, with 25 other Prostate Cymru charity walkers, including his daughter Nell.
Eddie Butler Family
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Eddie Butler Wife
Eddie Butler was married to Susan Butler. Susan keeps her life private so there is nothing else known about her.
Eddie Butler Children
Eddie Butler left behind six children. Their names are Rebecca, Seth, Hannah, Nell, Jack and Jacob Butler.
Eddie Butler Siblings
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