Michael Bevan

Michael Bevan

Michael Bevan
Quick Facts About Michael Bevan
Celebrated Name Michael Bevan
Age 54 years old
Nick Name Michael Bevan
Birth Name Michael Gwyl Bevan
Birth Date 1970-05-08
Gender Male
Profession Australian cricketer
Nationality Australian
Place of Birth Belconnen, Australia
Famous for left-hand batsman plus a slow left-arm wrist-spin bowler
Ethnicity white
Religion Christanity
Horoscope Taurus
Net Worth $270,000
Marital Status Married
Wife Tracy Bevan
Height 1.80 m
Weight 66 kg
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown

Who is Michael Bevan?

Michael Bevan is a former Australian cricketer who is a left-hand batsman and a slow left-arm wrist-spin bowler and was an AIS Australian Cricket Academy scholarship holder in 1989. He was known as a "finisher" for Australia, mainly in ODIs.

What is Michael Bevan Famous for?

Michael Bevan is best famous as a left-hand batsman plus a slow left-arm wrist-spin bowler Australian cricketer who is famous for holding the two times winner of the world cup in 1999 and 2003. 

Where was Michael Bevan Born?

Michael Bevan was born on 8 May 1970 as Michael Gwyl Bevan, in Belconnen, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. His parent's information is not yet known. As per his nationality, he is Australian and belongs to White ethnicity. His star sign is Taurus and his religion is Christianity. There is no solid information regarding Michael Bevan's education background.

How is Michael Bevan's Career?

Bevan established domestic career mostly for the New South Wales Blues and then moved to the Tasmanian Tigers for the 2004–05 season.  Bevan made his One Day International debut for Australia in the 1994 Austral-Asia Cup at Sharjah. His most famous "anchor" innings was in the New Years Day One Day International at the Sydney Cricket Ground against the West Indies in 1996. He previously appeared for Australia in the 1996 Cricket World Cup. During his career, he won the 1999 and 2003 Cricket World Cups alongside Adam Gilchrist. 

Similarly, He also helped Australia win tournaments against New Zealand, Srilanka and many more in later days. On 17 January 2007, Bevan announced his retirement from cricket due to injuries. In January 2011, he was announced as the coach for  Indian Premier League team Kings XI Punjab. 

What are Michael Bevan's Achievements?

He won the 1999 and 2003 Cricket World Cups alongside Adam Gilchrist.

What is Michael Bevan's Net Worth?

Michael Gwyl Bevan reportedly earned around $270,000 as his yearly salary. Michael Gwyl Bevan has an estimated net worth of over $1 million. He mostly accumulates his worth from his cricket career.

How is Michael Bevan's Personal Life?

Michael Bevan is married to his wife, Tracy Bevan. The couple got married in 1994. However, they got separated later. There is no further information regarding Michael Bevan's personal life. It seems that he chooses to keep secrecy about his relationships and dating affairs.

How Tall is Michael Bevan?

Michael stands a height of 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) and weighs around 66 kgs. Her skin color is white and has brown hair and eyes.

There are multiple matching profiles for Michael Bevan so his exact social profile could not be identified. But as a Famous cricketer who is two times the world cup winner must have huge recognition on social media.

Facts to be known about Michael Bevan:

He began his career with South Australia. He played international cricket from 1994-2004.

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