Des Hamilton Net Worth

Des Hamilton was born on July 19, 2008 in  Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, is Casting Director, Actor, Casting Department. Des Hamilton was born on July 8, 1965 in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a casting director and actor, known for Anthropoid (2016), War Machine (2017) and This Is England (2006).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Casting Director, Actor, Casting Department
Birth Day July 19, 2008
Birth Place  Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Birth Sign Leo
1997 England U211(0)
1998 → Sheffield United (loan)6(0)
1999 → Huddersfield Town (loan)10(1)
2000 → Tranmere Rovers (loan)2(0)
2001 → Tranmere Rovers (loan)4(0)
2004 Barnet0(0)
Full name Derrick Vivian Hamilton
Date of birth (1976-08-15) 15 August 1976 (age 41)
Place of birth Bradford, England
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Playing position Midfielder
Current team Eccleshill United (Assistant Manager)
Years TeamApps(Gls)
1994–1997 Bradford City88(5)
1997–2001 Newcastle United12(0)
2001–2003 Cardiff City25(0)
2003–2004 Grimsby Town27(0)
2005–2010 Campion
Total 181(6)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Born in Bradford, Hamilton came through the youth ranks at Bradford City as a promising youngster. He made his debut, aged 17, in the league at home to Barnet on 3 May 1994 scoring in a 2–1 win. He was a main feature in the team for the following two seasons and helped City to promotion from Division Two in 1995–96. He scored in the play-off semi-finals at Blackpool as City turned round a 2–0 first leg deficit into a 3–2 aggregate win before scoring the club's first goal at Wembley Stadium in the 2–0 play-off final victory over Notts County.


Instead Hamilton spent loan spells at Sheffield United, Huddersfield Town, Norwich City and twice at Tranmere Rovers in October 2000. His first spell at Tranmere was cut short after he injured himself in a League Cup tie, which ruled him out for six weeks. Hamilton was one of four players released by Newcastle at the end of the 2000–01 season.


He left St James' Park in 2001 for Cardiff City. His new manager Alan Cork praised Hamilton, and fellow new signings Spencer Prior and Graham Kavanagh for their experience and immediately blending into the squad. Hamilton made an early impression in two pre-season friendlies, but his first season at Cardiff was marred by a number of injuries; by March, he was ruled out for the final two months of the campaign after he twisted his knee in a semi-final victory against Wrexham in the FAW Premier Cup.


In the summer of 2003, Hamilton joined Grimsby Town and immediately joined his new team on tour in Ibiza. Hamilton's career with Grimsby suffered an early setback when he was sent off in a League Cup against Doncaster Rovers; Hamilton apologised after his red card led to Grimsby's surprise exit. He left Grimsby in March 2004 after his contract was terminated by mutual consent. He finished his professional career with Barnet. However, he did not play a game with the Bees.


Hamilton abruptly retired from professional football in 2004 at the age of Instead he 27 and returned home to Bradford to work where he also played amateur football. In May 2007, he scored in the final of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup to give his Campion side a 2–1 victory over Golcar.


Hamilton was manager Kenny Dalglish's first major signing at Newcastle, having fought off competition from Middlesbrough. Hamilton was injured at the time of his arrival and his full debut was further delayed after he damaged ankle ligaments in a pre-season friendly with Italian-side Juventus. Hamilton eventually made his debut in a League Cup 2–0 victory over Hull City when he scored the opening goal and received a call-up for the England under 21 side against Portugal in May 1997. In November 1997, he made his European debut, against Spanish side FC Barcelona, which finished in a 1–0 defeat. However, Hamilton struggled to break into the first team at Newcastle United and, along with Rob Lee and Alessandro Pistone, was not even given a squad number for the 1999–2000 season.


In 2017 he became the assistant manager of Eccleshill United.