|Shane Warne Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||September 13, 1969|
|Date of Death||March 4, 2022|
Shane Warne was an Australian cricket commentator and former cricketer who was considered to be among the best spin bowlers of all time. He played for the Australian national team from 1992 until 2007. He had over 3.5 million followers on Twitter and more than 1 million followers on Instagram at the time of death in 2022.
Shane Keith Warne
Warney, Spin King, Warnie
Shane Warne was born on September 13, 1969.
Shane died on March 4, 2022, aged 52, in his villa at Koh Samui, Thailand to a suspected heart attack.
Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia
Former Cricketer, Cricket Commentator
Shane’s net worth was $50 million according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.
Right-arm Leg Break
6 ft or 183 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Shane had dated –
- Simone Callahan (1992-2005; 2007) – Shane and Simone Callahan exchanged wedding vows on September 1, 1995. The couple had welcomed daughters Brooke Warne and Summer Warne as well as son Jackson Warne. However, the pair announced their divorce in 2005. Later, the estranged couple reunited for only a couple of months in 2007.
- Donna Wright (2000)
- Angela Gallagher (2003)
- Kerrie Colliemore (2005)
- Laura Sayers (2005)
- Gemma Hayley (2005)
- Rebecca Weeden (2005)
- Jerry Hall (2005)
- Julia Reynolds (2005)
- Emma Kearney (2006)
- Lisa Ramsden
- Neroli Meadows
- Elizabeth Hurley (2010-2013) – Shane was engaged to Elizabeth Hurley from 2011 until their separation in 2013.
- Emily Sears (2017)
Race / Ethnicity
He had German ancestry on his mother’s side.
He had heterochromia due to which one of his eyes was ‘Blue’ and the other was ‘Green’.
Shane Warne Facts
- His numerous marital infidelities were the subject of songs like The Shane Warne Song (2003) by Kevin Bloody Wilson and Shane Warne (2008) by Paul Kelly.
- Shane bowled his 1st delivery against the English team in his 1st ever Ashes Test series on June 4, 1993, and dismissed Mike Gatting with a spectacular spin delivery that became immortalized as the ‘Ball of the Century’.
- According to him, Sachin Tendulkar (India) and Brian Lara (West Indies) are the greatest batsmen he had ever bowled against.
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