Tom Curran Biography: Age, Height, Parents, Siblings, Career, Wife, Children, Net Worth

British cricketer, Thomas Kevin Curran was born on March 12, 1995, in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa.


Name: Thomas Kevin Curran
Age: 28 years
Wife: Tatiana Sharpe
Date of Birth: March 12, 1995
Nationality: South African
Net Worth: $5 million

Tom Curran Nationality

Curran was born in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa but he grew up in Zimbabwe. However, he identifies as a British by nationality.

Tom Curran Age

Curran was born on March 12, 1995, hence he is currently 28 years of age.

Tom Curran’s Height and Weight

Curran stands at a height of 6ft tall or 183 centimeters/1.83 meters and weighs 78kg.

Tom Curran’s Family and Siblings

Curran was born to Sarah Curran and Kevin Curran. He has two other brothers; Sam Curran, and Ben Curran.

Tom Curran’s Educational Background

Curran attended Springvale House, a preparatory school in Zimbabwe. He furthered at the St. George’s College in Harare.

Tom Curran Career

Curran played for the under-15, under-17, and under-19 KwaZulu-Natal Inland teams. After former Surrey captain Ian Greig saw him playing school cricket, he was invited to join the Surrey second XI in 2012 and moved to Wellington College in September of the same year.

In August 2013, he made his List A debut for Surrey against Essex as a senior, and in April 2014, he made his First Class debut against Cambridge University.

He was added to the Cape Town Knight Riders roster for the T20 Global League’s inaugural season in August 2017. But after initially delaying the competition until November 2018, Cricket South Africa called it quits in October 2017.

In the 2018 Indian Premier League, Curran was named by Kolkata Knight Riders as Mitchell Starc’s replacement. He participated in five games and claimed six wickets.

Curran claimed a hat-trick on July 25, 2019, in the 2019 T20 Blast match against Glamorgan. In the two overs he bowled, he claimed three wickets for three runs.

Curran was added to the Tshwane Spartans squad in September 2019 in preparation for the Mzansi Super League.

Curran was acquired by the Rajasthan Royals in December 2019 at the 2020 Indian Premier League auction, for INR 1 crore, which was his basic price.

Curran was acquired by the Delhi Capitals in the 2021 IPL auction held in February 2021, one month before the 2021 IPL. He was acquired by the Oval Invincibles in April 2022 for The Hundred’s 2022 season.

Curran was suspended for four Big Bash games in December 2023 while he was a player for the Sydney Sixers. He was found guilty of intimidating an official during a pre-match argument.

Curran completed his residential qualification for England in October 2015 and was picked for the England Performance Programme squad. Curran is qualified to play for South Africa, Zimbabwe, or England.

In February 2017, he was called up to the English squad for the first time, as a replacement for Jake Ball, for the One Day International (ODI) tour of the West Indies.

Curran was selected for the England Twenty20 International (T20I) team in June 2017 for their series against South Africa. On June 23, 2017, he took three wickets for thirty-three runs in his maiden T20I match for England against South Africa at Taunton.

On September 29, 2017, he made his ODI debut against the West Indies after being selected for England’s ODI team for their upcoming series against them.

For the Australian Ashes series in November 2017, Curran was called up to the England Test team to replace Steven Finn.

Curran made his Test debut when he was picked as Craig Overton’s substitute ahead of the fourth Test, which began at the MCG on Boxing Day.

David Warner was removed by him in his first Test match, caught at mid-on for 99. TV replays, however, revealed that Curran had overstepped, and a no-ball call was made.

After Warner came back to finish his century, Curran ended the day without a wicket. After Ben Stokes and Mark Wood, he became the third bowler from England in four years to lose out on a first-ever Test wicket due to a no-ball. Steve Smith became his first victim in a Test match.

Curran was included in the England Cricket World Cup squad, however, he and Liam Dawson were the only players left off when England won the competition.

Curran was picked in England’s team for the ODI series against Ireland on July 9, 2020, after being included in the 24-man squad to begin private training.

After that, he participated in all six of England’s Twenty20 matches and four of their One-Day Internationals, claiming four wickets in total.

Curran was selected in September 2021 as one of England’s three traveling reserves for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. He was added to England’s World Cup roster the following month, taking Sam’s place after the latter was forced to withdraw due to a back ailment.

Tom Curran Wife

Curran is not married but he is in a relationship with a lady named Tatiana Sharpe.

Tom Curran Children

Curran has no children at the moment of filing this report.

Tom Curran Religion

As of the time of filing this report, we have no details about Curran’s religious affiliation.

Tom Curran’s Net Worth

Curran has a net worth estimated to be about $5 million as of 2023. He is believed to have amassed his impressive net worth from his playing career as he plays for Surrey County Cricket Club in English domestic cricket.

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