Austin Healey is a 48-years-old Irish Athlete from the United Kingdom. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
Austin Healey Biography – Wiki
According to the wiki and biography of Austin Healey was born on 26 October 1973 in United Kingdom. let’s check out the Austin’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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He has played in Five/Six Nations tournaments (‘98-’02) and in the 1999 World Cup. In the 1999/00 season he was voted both Leicester Tigers’ and Allied Dunbar’s Player of the Season.
He also appeared on BBC gameshow, Mastermind, on 4 January 2013. His specialist subject was Everton Football Club.
Healey competed in the sixth series of the BBC competition series Strictly Come Dancing with professional dancer Erin Boag. He was eliminated in week 12 of the competition to come 4th overall.
His Youth Rugby was with Birkenhead Park FC where he returned with His Big Tackle Programme in 2009 which featured Park’s Junior Colts
Healey presented The Big Tackle on ITV in March 2009, aimed at promoting and assisting rugby clubs around the country. In January 2009, he obtained his basic coaching qualifications, in order to put him in a better position from which to advise clubs. During the filming, he returned to his roots and visited his former local club, Birkenhead Park. Some of the other teams that he coached on the series included; Bristol Barbarians, Witney Angels RFC, Rosslyn Park, and University of Sussex.
He competed on show one of the new series of Beat the Star in April 2009. He won 4/8 games, and ended up with 22 points overall, beating his opponent; Factory Manager, Glenn Clarke, who had 14 points overall.
Austin is the host of the ITV gameshow The Fuse, which began on 13 July 2009.
He joined Gary Lineker on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Christmas Special, on 23 December 2008. Together they won £50,000 for their chosen charity – Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation.
Following retirement from Leicester Tigers at the end of the 2005/6 season, Healey planned to start a new career as a banker with Credit Suisse and to also continue working as a BBC analyst.
In the 2004/05 season Healey hit form again, and with the failings of the England backline, there were calls for him to be reinstated to ignite it. England coach Andy Robinson humoured the press that there was a chance of a recall, but it never came. Instead Healey turned his attention to the 2005 Lions’ tour. He was included in the long list, but not the tour party (having not played international rugby for 3 years). He wrote a column for the Guardian on the tour, which included the quote ‘Have you heard the latest from the Lions’ camp? Clive’s sending Andy Robinson to a fancy dress party tonight. He’s going as a pumpkin, they’re hoping when it gets to midnight he’ll turn into a real coach!’
Healey flew out to Australia as injury cover for the victorious 2003 Rugby World Cup, however he was never officially added to the squad after certain players recovered, meaning he was unable to pick up a medal for the success despite flying out to Australia.
On his return from Australia he played in every game for England until he was rested for the summer 2002 tour to Argentina, showing his versatility by starting at fullback, scrum half, and wing and came on twice as a replacement.
In 2001 he made the break during the Heineken Cup final that resulted in the winning try – Healey had started the match at scrum half with Andy Goode at 10, but was switched to fly-half in the closing minutes. He also scored the second and decisive try against Munster when Tigers retained the cup the following year.
His form for Tigers during the 2001 season, was rewarded with a call up to England’s starting line-up during the Six Nations, and selection for the British and Irish Lions squad to tour Australia, where he put in some good performances for the mid-week team but missed out on further caps due to injury.
Healey’s autobiography, Lions, Tigers and Roses, was published by Oxford University Press in 2001.
After an injury to Tigers’ South African fly-half Joel Stransky, and the unsuitability of others such as Pat Howard and Andy Goode to fill the role, Healey was switched to fly-half. In this position, however, he was unable to make much of an international impression, his sole appearance at fly-half coming in the 2000 tour to South Africa in the first test, after Jonny Wilkinson fell victim to food poisoning.
Healey played for England U21 in 1992 and went on to represent England A and the Barbarians ’96 tour of Japan. After spells at Waterloo and Orrell, Healey initially signed for Leicester as a scrum half, having played at wing and outside centre for Orrell. He made his full England début against Ireland during the 1997 Five Nations tournament, and toured with the British Lions in 1997, making two appearances.
Austin Sean Healey (born 26 October 1973 in Wallasey (now part of Merseyside formerly Cheshire), is a former English rugby union player who played as a utility back for Leicester Tigers, and represented both England and the British and Irish Lions.
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|Real Name||Austin Sean Healey|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||48 Years|
|Date Of Birth||26 October 1973|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
In Meter: not available
In Feet: not available
|Weight||13 st 10 lb (87 kg)
In Pound: not available
Austin Healey Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
|Marital Status||not available|
Austin Sean Healey Net Worth
The Austin Sean Healey Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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