George Hook is an Irish broadcaster, journalist and rugby union pundit. A Cork native known throughout Ireland for his outspoken and controversial views, George currently hosts 'The Right Hook', the flagship drivetime programme on Newstalk, Ireland's only independent national talk radio station.
George also offers his opinions and views as a panelist and pundit during RT 's coverage of the RBS 6 Nations Rugby Tournament.
His past careers include salesman, businessman and Rugby Union coach, including a stint coaching the USA team.
Time Added On, his bestselling autobiography, was published in 2005.
George is a patron of the Comber Foundation, an Irish charity working in Romania since 1991, and has also organised recruitment drives to encourage volunteers to help out on a house-building project in Haiti.
A father of three and grandfather of six, George has been married to wife Ingrid for over 40 years. He lives in Dublin.