Robert Milkins – Wikipedia

Robert Milkins (born 6 March 1976) is an English professional snooker player from Bedminster Down.

Milkins turned professional in 1995, reaching a highest ranking of 12 in February 2014. He’s reached the semi-finals of six ranking events.

He made history in qualifying for the 2006 World Snooker Championship by making a 147 break in his match against Mark Selby. He earned £5,000 for this; in the main tournament it would have been worth £147,000.