John Parrott (May 11, 1964) is an English Professional snooker player. He became world amateur champion in 1983 and not long after he became professional player.

In the 1980s he won one ranking tournament, but his peak came in the early 1990s. He dominated the season 1990-1991 with profit of two rankings and the World Championship 1991. Further in the 90 's, he has a few more rankings won, but since then he no longer runs at the top. Yet he still as qualifier tournaments take part; in 2005 he failed for the first time in the main event of the World Championships.

In 1996, Parrot appointed member in the order of the British Empire and should therefore since then the abbreviation MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire ") run behind his name.

He is currently a studio commentator and presenter at the BBC, usually along with Steve Davis.

Won tournaments[Edit]Edit

Ranking tournaments[Edit]Edit

Other tournaments[Edit]Edit

  • Pontins Open 1982
  • Junior Pot Black (1982,1983)
  • Pontins Professional (1988)
  • Norwich Union European Grand Prix (1990)
  • Humo Masters (1990)
  • Malta Grand Prix (1994)
  • German Masters (1998)
  • Nations Cup with England team 2000

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