Jo Langley Wiki: Ex-Lover of Ronnie O’Sullivan

Jo Langley is the ex-lover of Ronnie O’Sullivan an English professional snooker player and current world number one. O’Sullivan beats Ali Carter to win eighth Masters title, in January 2024. He won the competition and gets the £250,000 top prize. Carter gets £100,000.

With forty ranking championships under his belt, he is the record holder and has occupied the top ranking spot on several occasions. O’Sullivan is renowned for his ambidexterity; although he plays with his right hand most of the time.

Jo Langley Biography

Jo Langley met Ronnie O’Sullivan at Narcotics Anonymous describes itself as a “nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.”

Couple has a daughter together named, Taylor-Ann. Couple also became grandparents in October 2018, when Taylor-Ann gave birth to a daughter. They also have a son together.

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In 2012, Jo Langley began dating actress Laila Rouass and became engaged to her in 2013. Rouass announced on social media in February 2022 that they had ended their ten-year relationship but the couple later reconciled. He is known for his perfectionism and for being highly self-critical, even in victory.

Before dating Jo, O’Sullivan has three children: a daughter (born 1996) from a two-year relationship with Sally Magnus. O’Sullivan denied media allegations claiming he converted to Islam in 2003, despite his self-declared interest in the faith.

He has professed to be interested in Buddhism and has frequented the London Buddhist Centre in Bethnal Green for lunch. He has stated that he is not firmly committed to any one religion. In 2016, O’Sullivan received an OBE for his contributions to snooker in the New Year’s Honours list.

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Who Is Ronnie O’Sullivan?

Ronnie O’Sullivan, also known as “The Rocket” is a professional snooker player from Wordsley, West Midlands, England. He was born on 5 December 1975 and is currently 48 years old. He has been playing professionally since 1992 and has achieved the highest ranking of 1 multiple times throughout his career.

He holds the record for the most maximum breaks in snooker history with 15, and has made an impressive 1,232 century breaks, as of 15 January 2024. O’Sullivan has won numerous tournaments including the World Championship in 2001, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2020, 2022 and most recently in 2024.

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