Top 20 Rugby Player celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Rugby Player celebrities [Updated January 30, 2023].
Ben Cohen was born
on September 14, 1978
He is a member of the inaugural class of the National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame.
Net Worth 2020: $150 Million
Jonny Wilkinson was born
on May 25, 1979
in Frimley, England.
He helped England win the Rugby World Cup in 2003.
Tom Burgess was born
on April 21, 1992
He and his three brothers played for the same Australian team in 2013, marking the first time four brothers had done so since 1910.
Salary 2020: 300,000 AUD (2012)
Kris Welham was born
on March 10, 1987
In 2012 he signed an impressive three-year contract to stay with Hull Kingston.
Jonny May was born
on April 1, 1990
His try against Harlequins in 2012 earned him the Aviva Premiership Award for Try of the Season.
Jonathan Davies was born
on April 5, 1988
He was selected to the British and Irish Lions squad for the first time in 2013.
Joe Launchbury was born
on April 12, 1991
in Exeter, England.
With the London Wasps, he was named both the Academy and Young Player of the Year for the 2010/2011 season.
George Burgess was born
on April 21, 1992
During the 2011 NRL season, he and his brothers became the first set of four brothers to play for the same Australian team at the same time since 1910.
Courtney Lawes was born
on February 23, 1989
He played for England's under-20 national rugby union team before getting called up to the senior club.
Ben Youngs was born
on September 5, 1989
He competed in the 2008 and 2009 IRB Junior World Championships.
Anthony Watson was born
on February 26, 1994
in Ashford, England.
He attended St. George's College, where he was a vice-captain on the rugby team.
Manu Tuilagi was born
on May 18, 1991
He competed in the 2011 Rugby World Cup representing England.
Ryan Hall was born
on November 27, 1987
He was England's top try-scorer at the 2014 Rugby League Four Nations tournament.
Stevie Ward was born
on November 17, 1993
He played for England's youth national team.
Jason Robinson was born
on July 30, 1974
He came out of retirement once in 2010 after a 3 year hiatus from the game.
Jamie Peacock was born
on December 14, 1977
He was honored as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.
Gareth Hock was born
on September 5, 1983
After testing positive for cocaine in June, 2009, he received a two-year ban from rugby league play.
Ben Foden was born
on July 22, 1985
He was given the name 'Pop Idol' after missing a practice to audition for a television role.
Matt Dawson was born
on October 31, 1972
He became England’s most capped scrum-half during his career.
Paul Wellens was born
on February 27, 1980
He became just the third to player to win the Lance Todd Trophy, Harry Sunderland Trophy, and the Man of Steel Award.