Born: August 27, 1970, England
Turned pro: 1991
Match stats: 1999/2000
Highest pro break: 147 (two times, 1992 Strachan Professional, 1992 UK Championship)
Highest ranked: 3 (1996, 2002)
Current ranking: 7
World Championship best: Winner (2002)
Career centuries: 119 (through the 1998 World Championship)
Career earnings: £1,385,645 (through the 2001 Thailand Masters)
Achievements: Peter Ebdon first rose to stardom when he in his rookie season beat Steve Davis 10-4 in the first round of the 1992 World Championship. That earned him WPBSA's Newcomer of the Year award.
In 2002 he managed to win the World Championship after beating Stephen Hendry 18-17 in the final.
His seven ranking titles so far are the 1993 Grand Prix, the 1997 Thailand Open, the 2000 British Open, 2001 Regal Scottish Open, 2002 Embassy World Championship, 2004 Citywest Irish Masters and the 2006 Maplin Electronics UK Championship.
Among his other titles are the 1995 Rothmans Grand Prix and the 1996 Regal Masters.
He was only the second person to have made two maximums in professional tournament play.
Peter became the first to make four century breaks in five frames, in the European Open qualifying competition at Blackpool on 6 Sep 1992.
He is one of only nine players who have won both the World and UK Championships.