|Birth name||George Scala Chuter|
|Date of birth||9 July 1976|
|Place of birth||Greenwich, London, England|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||98 kg (15 st 6 lb) |
|School||Trinity School of John Whitgift|
|University||West London Institute|
|Rugby union career|
Chuter was born in Greenwich. He first started playing as a 12-year-old, when he went to Trinity School of John Whitgift in the London Borough of Croydon. He quickly established himself at hooker. He went on to play his club rugby for Old Mid-Whitgiftians and gained representative honours for the London Division U18 side.
He was invited to trial for Saracens F.C. at the age of 19, where he played for five years.
Chuter took a year off and decided to travel in the U.S. and Australia; he was in Sydney for the 2000 Olympic Games. On returning he signed for Leicester Tigers in December 2000. After the departure of Richard Cockerill in the summer of 2002, he competed with Dorian West as first choice hooker.
Chuter retired in 2014.
Chuter is currently Director of Rugby at Hinckley Rugby Club.
In 1994–95 Chuter won his first cap for England Colts against Scotland and also went on that year's summer tour to Canada. In 1998 he made a try-scoring debut for England A against France A at Tours, and in the same year went on the senior England 'tour to hell' against Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, featuring in the uncapped match at Invercargill against New Zealand Academy.
In 2003 he was back in the England reckoning, and in 2004 was a member of the England A squad at the 2004 Churchill Cup in Canada. He was then selected for the Elite Player Squad but a second citing in October resulted in his missing the opportunity to take part in the November Tests. Chuter made his debut against Australia during England's 2006 Tour of Australia.