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Kirk Shepherd was born on 5 October, 1986 in Ramsgate, United Kingdom, is an English darts player. Discover Kirk Shepherd's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 5 October 1986
Birthday 5 October
Birthplace Ramsgate, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Shepherd did have some good performances on the euro tour, noticeably when he hit a brilliant 170 checkout against Simon Whitlock, but wasn’t winning the tight matches hence he lost his tour card at the end of 2018 and returned to Q school in the 2019 edition, where on the first day he made it to the final but was beat by Jamie Hughes 5-2. On the second day he failed to win a match. On the third day he won one game giving him a hard task on the final day needing at least a last sixteen run to be in contention for a card. Despite that he went on and won the fourth and final day by beating Kevin Painter 5-2 to retain his tour card for the 2019-2020 seasons. This also means he is guaranteed a spot for the next two stagings of the UK Open.


In 2017 Shepherd entered qualifying school and got a tour card on day 4. His best result on the Pro Tour was a quarter final in the 13th players championship event.


In 2015 Shepherd competed in the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour who is open to all PDPA Associate Members who failed to win a Tour Card at Qualifying School. He reached two finals, winning 5-3 against Jack Tweddel in March and losing 2-5 against Martin Lukeman in September.


Shepherd's first twelve months in the PDC were not particularly successful – with just a couple of last 32 placings in the non-televised Pro Tour events and reached only 142 in the world rankings by the time of the qualifying rounds for the 2008 World Championship. Shepherd then qualified at the last chance PDPA qualifier to earn a place at the tournament proper at the Alexandra Palace.

In February 2013 he was ranked seven of the nine Tour Card winners from the Q School Order of Merit.


In September 2011, Shepherd reached the quarter finals of the PDPA Players Championships 18 Derby at the Moorways Centre in Derby. He lost 1-6 to Paul Nicholson.


In March 2010 Shepherd reached the quarter finals of the PDPA Players Championship 7 Wigan at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan. He lost 0-6 to Colin Lloyd.


Shepherd entered the 2009 World Championship as the number 23 seed and faced Jan van der Rassel in the first round, losing 3–2 in a tie-break.

In August 2009, Shepherd showed signs of his old form, reaching the quarter finals in the US Open for the very first time. This was followed up in November 2009 by winning 2 of his 3 group games in the 2009 Grand Slam of Darts to reach the second round, where he lost 5–10 to Kevin Painter.

Shepherd became a father to a son, Callum, in early 2009. In June 2011 Kirk became a father for the second time to son Jack, a daughter Charlotte in July 2015, another son Alfie in February 2017


He then produced a series of major upsets at the 2008 World Championships, beating Terry Jenkins in the first round – then Mick McGowan and Barrie Bates and three-times former finalist Peter Manley to reach the semi-finals. Jenkins missed seven darts to beat him, McGowan missed four darts and Manley missed two darts to end his run, but he continued to progress. He then defeated Wayne Mardle 6–4 in the semi-final and met John Part in the final of the World Championship on New Year's Day. He failed to produce the form he had shown in the tournament and scored the lowest average by a finalist in the PDC World Championship during his 2–7 loss. He collected the runners-up cheque for £50,000 – his previous career earnings had been £16,970. Shepherd qualified for the Grand Slam of Darts in 2008 and his world ranking jumped from 173 at the start of 2007 to 22nd at the start of 2008. After the match, he quit his job where he had worked in a factory.

However, Shepherd was unable to continue his form throughout 2008, losing out in the last 64 in the UK Open and failing to qualify for the Las Vegas Desert Classic and the 2008 World Matchplay championship. Shepherd did play in the 2008 Grand Slam in November but lost all three of his group games, losing 5–1 to Raymond van Barneveld and 5–0 to Gary Mawson before narrowly losing 5–4 to Robert Thornton.


Shepherd won the Winmau World Youth Masters in 2003, the British Teenage Singles Champion in 2004 and 2006 and was twice voted British Darts Organisation Young Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006. At the age of just 18, he reached the final of the BDO Gold Cup in 2005. In 2006, he reached the quarter finals of the England Open, before switching from the BDO circuit to join the PDC in November 2006.


Kirk Shepherd (born 5 October 1986 in Ramsgate, Kent) is a professional English darts player who competes in Professional Darts Corporation tournaments, and lives in Birmingham, England. He is the youngest player ever to reach a final of the World Professional Darts Championship.