June 13, 2024

Tim Southee (Cricketer) Biography, Age, Wife, Children, Family, Facts, Wiki & More

Updated On : April 2, 2022

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Short Biography

Tim Southee was born on 11-12-1988 in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand. He is a New Zealand Cricket Player.

Other Name: Timothy Grant Southee, Timmy, Tee

Tim Southee Complete Bio & Career

Tim Southee, a right-arm swing bowler, burst upon the international scene in great style. He was still only 19, with only one T20I cap behind him, and fresh from a Player-of-the-Tournament performance at the 2008 Under-19 World Cup when he was handed a Test debut against England in Napier. Southee responded with 5 for 55 before smashing 77 off 40 balls in the second innings with nine sixes.
It was a debut that gave a clear indication of the career to come. Over the next decade or so, Southee would go on to form one of the world's best new-ball partnerships with Trent Boult, and would also come to be known for his ability to clear the fence. He hit his 50th six in only his 36th Test. Pace and outswing, however, are the main tools of Southee's trade. His bag of 18 wickets at 17.33 in the 2011 World Cup prompted Allan Donald to say he had the potential to become the best swing bowler in the world, and though frequent injury-forced absences have kept him from fulfilling that prophecy, he has shown he can be devastating across a wide range of conditions.
In ODIs, his landmark performance came at the 2015 World Cup, when he sliced through England's batting with a sensational spell of swing bowling to finish with figures of 7 for 33, the best bowling figures for a New Zealander in ODIs. He though hasn't played much cricket after the 2015 World Cup. Dip in form and a spat of injuries are the main reasons for it. He though has been in and out of the ODI team but has featured regularly for his national team in Tests. He has also been a consistent figure for RCB in Indian Premier League. His form in IPL 2019 will decide his fate for the 2019 ICC World Cup.

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Tim Southee Family, Relatives and Other Relations

Father Murray Southee
Mother Joanne Southee
Sister Jane Southee
Brother Mark Southee
Wife Brya Fahy
Son Cooper Southee
Daughter Sloane Ava Southee

He was born to Murray Southee and Joanne Southee. He has a sister named Jane Southee and a brother named Mark Southee. He is married to Brya Fahy and together the couple has a son named Cooper Southee & a daughter named Sloane Ava Southee.

Tim Southee posted a photo with his wife Brya Fahy on his Instagram

Life's Important Dates Of Tim Southee

Body Measurements

Chest Size 41
Biceps Size 14
Waist Size 31
Skin Colour White
Eye Colour Light Blue
Hair Colour Blonde

Personal Info

Home Town Whangarei, Northland
Nationality New Zealand
Religion Christian
Address Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand
School Whangarei Boys School, Whangarei
College King's College, Auckland
Qualification N/A
Hobbies Surfing
Marital Status Married
Debut Test - vs England at McLean Park, Mar 22, 2008
ODI - vs England at Riverside Ground, Jun 15, 2008
T20I - vs England at Eden Park, Feb 05, 2008
Best Friends Trent Boult
Salary N/A
Net Worth $3 Million
Official Website N/A


Car Collections Mercedes Benz


Favorite Player Brendon McCullum , Daniel Vettori
Favorite Sport Cricket

Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Tim Southee

  • He used to play Rugby during his school days.
  • He has played 2 U-19 World Cups for New Zealand.
  • Southee is one of the best tail-ender in recent years. He has scored over 1500 runs in Test matches and that too with a strike of nearly 90.
  • He once gave away 105 runs in an ODI against India.

Tim Southee Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

35 years, 6months, 2 days old age Tim Southee will turn 36 on 11 December, 2024. Only 5 months, 27 days, 12 hours,22 minutes has left for his next birthday.

Birthdays Celebrated on Each Day of Week

Tim Southee has celebrated the total number of 36 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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