1. Steve Davis made the first maximum break in professional competition in 1982.
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2. Steve Davis was a supporter of the Conservative Party for the 1983 General Election.
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6. Steve Davis performed with his collaborator Kavus Torabi at the Glastonbury Festival in 2016.
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8. Steve Davis joined Brentwood community radio station Phoenix FM in 1996, broadcasting a variety of soul and rock shows during the next ten years while the station broadcast online and on FM under a Restricted Service Licence.
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12. Steve Davis appeared as a commentator for the BBC's snooker coverage and as a guest on television quizzes such as They Think It's All Over and A Question of Sport.
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16. Steve Davis has become a proficient poker player, with successful appearances at televised tournaments; these included an appearance at the final table of the 2003 Poker Million together with fellow snooker player Jimmy White, who eventually won.
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19. Steve Davis continues to play exhibitions and commentate for the BBC's snooker coverage.
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20. Steve Davis entered the 2016 World Championship qualifiers but was beaten by Fergal O'Brien in his final match as a professional snooker player.
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25. Steve Davis reached the semi-finals of the World Championships in 1991 and 1994.
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26. At the 1985 World Championship, Steve Davis dropped only 23 frames en route to the final, where his opponent was Dennis Taylor.
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28. Steve Davis won the Classic and then the International Masters and English Professional titles in 1981, and became the bookmakers' favourite to win the 1981 World Championship, despite being seeded only 15.
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29. Steve Davis came to public prominence after his performance at the 1980 World Championship, where he reached the quarter-finals, defeating defending champion Terry Griffiths en route, before losing to Alex Higgins.
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30. Steve Davis turned professional on 17 September 1978 and made his professional television debut on Pot Black, where he played against Fred Davis.
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34. Steve Davis has developed a career as a radio and club DJ, often in collaboration with Kavus Torabi, with whom he appeared at the Glastonbury Festival in 2016.
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36. Steve Davis remains active as a television analyst and commentator for the BBC's snooker coverage.
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37. Steve Davis is remembered particularly for contesting the 1985 World Championship final with Dennis Taylor, the black-ball conclusion of which still holds the record for the largest after-midnight television audience in British history, with 18.5 million viewers.
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