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Andrew Symonds Net Worth 2022: Cause of Death, Age, Wife, Parents, Ethnicity, Career

Andrew Symonds

What is Andrew Symonds’s Net Worth? 

Net Worth$150 million (Approx)
Full NameAndrew Symonds 
ProfessionAustralian international cricketer
Date of Birth9 June 1975
BirthplaceBirmingham, United Kingdom
Dead 14 May 2022
Place of Death Hervey Range, Granite Vale, Australia
SpouseBrooke Symonds (m. 2004–2005)
ChildrenChloe Symonds
ParentsBarbara Symonds, Ken Symonds
Last Update2022

Andrew Symonds the ultimate power-pack of the Australian cricket team. Brutal aggressive batting, agility in fielding, and dangerous bowling make him a matchwinner for Australia. Although his cricket career was short, he did his best in international cricket. Even in the test series, the man did an impressive performance.

Former Australian team captain Ricky Ponting once said Symonds is the best fielder he has ever seen.

However, his career derailed and ended due to his own undoing. He died on 14th May 2022 in a single-hand car accident in Hervey Range, Queensland. Continue your read to know more about Andrew Symonds’s Biography.

Early Life of Andrew Symonds

Andrew Symonds was born on 9th June 1975 in Birmingham, England. Symonds’s parentage was a mix of Afro-Caribbean. His adopted father’s name is Ken Symonds and his mother’s name is Barbara Symonds. Both Ken and Barbara were school teachers. They sooner with baby Andrew Symonds mobilised to Australia.


From an early age, Andrew has had a keen interest in cricket. His dad Ken used to drive around 280 km a week to take him to bat and bowl for Townsville Wanderers.

He has done his schooling at All Saints Anglican School, Australia. Then he got admission to Ballarat Claredon College for higher studies.


Andrew Symonds’s career began with his first debut for Queensland in 1994-1995. His astounding performance of scoring 5000 runs and taking 100 wickets made people notice him. Symonds had the opportunity to play for England or West Indies, but he insists to stay on the Australian team. In 1998, he made his debut in ODI against Pakistan.

Although he got the chance to bowl, he didn’t get an opportunity to bat in the match. It was against Sri Lanka in 2004, that Andrew made his debut in the Test Series batting and went out for a duck. Later in 2005, his smashing 32 runs out of 13 balls made a way for Australia’s victory.

His career elevates after the 2003 world cup in which he scores 143 off 125 balls. This innings made Australia lead from 86/4 to 300 plus score. Not just in batting, Andrew has shown impressive performance in bowling and fielding.



Although he was a good performer, his own actions led to the end of his cricket career. Once in a while, disciplinary action was taken against him for his aggressive behaviour. His attitude problem led to frequent sent-off from the team. His last disciplinary action was in the 2009 T20 World cup for alcohol problems, which resulted in his cancellation of national contracts. Even then he played in the Indian Premier League for two years. In February 2012, the man retired from all the cricket. He had an approximate net income between $120- $150 million.

Wife, Children & Relationship

Andrew Symonds wife Laura and children, Chloe and BillyAndrew Symonds wife Laura and children, Chloe and Billy
Andrew Symonds wife Laura and children, Chloe and Billy. Source

Andrew was married to Brooke Symonds in 2004, but in 2005 they got divorced. They had a daughter named Chole Symonds. Then in 2014, he married Laura Symonds in which they had a son named Billy Symonds. 

Andrew Symonds Cause of death

Undoubtedly, he was a great athlete and reluctant celebrity. His death due to a car accident on 14th May 2022 leaves everyone mourn. Not just the leaves back his wife and kids, but also the legacy of greatness in great sadness.  

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