Top 20 Cricket Player celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Cricket Player celebrities [Updated September 24, 2022].
Alastair Cook was born
on December 25, 1984
in Gloucester, England.
He became the youngest English-born cricketer to reach 3,000, 4,000, 5,000, and 10,000 runs. In 2012, he captained England to its first Test series win in India since 1984-1985. He became the first English batsman to reach 12,000 Test runs.
Stuart Broad was born
on June 24, 1986
in Nottingham, England.
In 2013, he went 103 minutes without scoring a run in a Test against New Zealand, setting a new record.
James Anderson was born
on July 30, 1982
in Burnley, England.
He started working in fashion design in 2012 and launched his own menswear brand in 2014.
Salary 2020: 854,389 USD (2012)
Geoffrey Boycott was born
on October 21, 1940
He became the first English player to average over 100 in a season, which he did twice, in 1971 and 1979.
Darren Gough was born
on September 18, 1970
He was partnered with Lilia Kopylova on the BBC dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing in 2005.
John Edrich was born
on June 21, 1937
He was diagnosed with a rare form of incurable leukemia known as Waldenstrom's in 2000.
Jonny Bairstow was born
on September 26, 1989
in Bradford, England.
He made his Test debut for England on May 17, 2012 against West Indies.
Alex Hales was born
on January 3, 1989
He scored a century for Nottinghamshire in the county championship in July 2011.
Jos Buttler was born
on September 8, 1990
Wicket-keeper and right-handed batsman who has been a standout for county teams like Somerset as well as the English national team. He is a two-time winner of the NBC Denis Compton Award.
He was named Young Wisden Schools Cricketer of the Year in 2010 while at King's College.
Ian Bell was born
on April 11, 1982
He became one of very few batsman to have scored a Test century against all active Test-playing nations.
Salary 2020: around 700 thousand GBP
Craig White was born
on December 16, 1969
He became President of the Royal Burton Agnes Cricket Club and served as a coach for the Hampshire County Cricket Club after his retirement.
Salary 2020: $153,200
Zafar Ansari was born
on December 10, 1991
He played for England's under-15, under-17, and under-19 national teams.
Danny Briggs was born
on April 30, 1991
He received the NBC Denis Compton
Award for most promising young player.
Fabian Cowdrey was born
on January 30, 1993
in Canterbury, England.
He played for the Sunshine Coast Scorchers in 2013-2014.
Adil Rashid was born
on February 17, 1988
He's the first Yorkshire-born Pakistani cricketer to play for Yorkshire. He's played for England internationally.
Adam Lyth was born
on September 25, 1987
He won the Yorkshire CCC Young Player of the Year award, after scoring 645 runs in the 2008 County Championship.
Jack Russell was born
on August 15, 1963
In addition to his great wicket-keeping, he developed an interest in art, with his sketches enjoying commercial success.
Isa Guha was born
on May 21, 1985
She was named the BBC Asian Network Sports Personality of the Year in 2002.
Derek Underwood was born
on June 8, 1945
He took his 100th Test wicket and 1,000th first-class wicket at the very young age of 25.
Andrew Symonds was born
on June 9, 1975
Known for his hitting and exceptional reflexes, he was among the league leaders of run-outs recorded and success rate.