Graham Cowdrey was an English cricketer who used to play for Kent County Cricket Club as an attacking batsman from the year 1984 until the year 1998. Sadly, on November 10, 2020, he left the world at the age of just 56. But how did he die? Talking about Graham Cowdrey’s cause of death, Sky Sports has reported that he died of a short illness.
|Birthday||June 27, 1964|
|Age||56 years (died on November 10, 2020)|
|Height||5 feet and 10 inches|
|Parents||Colin Cowdrey and Penny Chiesman|
|Net Worth||$1 million – $5 million|
|Education||Wellesley House, Tonbridge School, Hatfield College|
Often recognized as Van, his nickname is actually from his favorite musician named Van Morrison. Also, it has been reported that he had visited Van Morrison‘s concert almost 250 times. It is very sad to hear that this famous cricketer, Graham Cowdrey has passed away all because of bad health.
10 Facts on Graham Cowdrey:
- Graham Cowdrey’s wife and marital status remain unknown to us but the research is going on and we will definitely update about it very soon.
- Moreover, he was born on June 27, 1964, in Farnborough, Orpington, United Kingdom.
- According to his birthday, his zodiac sign was Cancer.
- Talking about his education, he had completed his schooling at Wellesley House and Tonbridge School.
- Later, he had attended Hatfield College but he left as a first-year student as he then moved on to pursue his professional career in cricket.
- Speaking more about Graham Cowdrey’s family, he was born to the world-famous English cricketer named Colin Cowdrey and Penny Chiesman, Colin‘s first wife.
- From his official Wikipedia page, we have come to know that his favorite song was And the healing has begun, a song by his favorite artist, Van Morrison.
- After his retirement from cricket, he had worked as a Cricket Liaison Officer for England and Wales Cricket Board.
- Moving on to his physical body measurements, he stood at a height of 5 feet and 10 inches and weighs approximately 57 kilograms.
- Currently, we have no idea about what his salary was when he used to play for Kent County Cricket Club but we do know that his net worth was approximately $1 million to $5 million.