Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc Wiki/Biography

Mitchell Starc, an Australian cricketer, plays for New South Wales in domestic competition and Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. Mitchell Starc is a left-handed hitter and a swift left-arm bowler.

Mitchell Aaron Starc, also known as he was born in Baulkham Hills, New South Wales, Australia, on January 30, 1990. Australian left-arm fast bowler has a long history of competing for his country in all three formats of the game. His age is 33 years as of 2023. He is recognized as one of the best fast bowlers in the world in modern cricket. He helped his team win the 2015 ICC World Cup and was named Player of the Tournament. He holds the record for the fastest delivery in Test cricket. The lower order’s aggressive hitter and depth-hitting option in the lineup is the opener.
When he was just 6 years old, he started competing professionally. Starc started playing for Northern Districts as a wicketkeeper batter when he was just 9 years old. He was a student at Homebush Boys High. He took part in multiple games for his school’s team as the wicketkeeper. A few years later, he stopped preserving wickets and started focusing on getting better at bowling.

What is the net worth of Mitchell Starc?

Mitchell Starc is thought to be worth $10 million. His main source of income is his career as a cricket player. Starc has been able to enjoy extravagant lifestyles and pricey possessions because of his successful career. He is one of the richest and most well-known athletes in Australia. However, in August 2021, during Australia’s opening match against Bangladesh, Starc became the first Australian bowler to accumulate 50 wickets in T20 international cricket. Later on in the same month, Starc was chosen to represent Australia in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2021. His favorite team is the Greater Western Sydney Giants of the Australian Football League.

CA, which counts Toyota as one of its so-called protected sponsors for the 2017–18 season, may be concerned about Starc’s sponsorship arrangement with an Audi dealership.

He owns an opulent custom house in the Baulkham Hills area of New South Wales, Australia. In addition, He owns a variety of properties abroad.

He has a modest collection of automobiles. He is the owner of some of the world’s most luxurious cars. His collection of vehicles includes a Mercedes SUV.

Quick Facts about Mitchell Starc

Real Name Mitchell Aaron Starc
Birthday 30 January 1990
Birthplace Baulkham Hills, New South Wales, Australia
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality Australian
Ethnicity Caucasian
Profession Fast left-handed blower
Height  6 feet 5 inches
Weight  92 kg
Parents Paul Starc
Dating/Partner No
Married/Wife Alyssa Healy
Sibling Yes
Salary Under review
Net Worth $10 million


Starc made his First Class debut for his home team New South Wales in 2009 at the age of 19. He continued to perform for both his club, “Western Suburbs,” and the 2nd XI team for his state. He made quick progress as a domestic bowling all-rounder.
He made his List A and T20 debuts in domestic cricket that same year. A national call-up came his way the very next season as a result of his exceptional first-season performances.
Starc participated in his maiden ODI for Australia against India on October 20, 2010, in Visakhapatnam. He played the only game of the series and three months later made his Test debut in Brisbane against New Zealand. He scored 99 against the Indian national cricket team in his second Test series despite having poor ball control. He was the first batter to hit lower than position No. 8 because he faced more than 100 balls in each of the two innings.
He competed in his maiden T20 International game against Pakistan on September 7, 2012, in Dubai. He was also selected for the “Team of the Tournament” of the 2012 ICC T20 World Cup. He continued to perform well, earning a position in the ICC World ODI XI in 2013. He had established himself in the Australian ODI team by that time.
Throughout the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, which Australia and New Zealand co-hosted, he served as their lynchpin. He became the top wicket-taker of the competition with 22 wickets as they won the title for a record-tying sixth time. Additionally, Starc was given the Man of the Tournament award, which he gratefully collected from the legendary Sachin Tendulkar. He was a renowned bowler by this point who delighted in removing batting lineups from the “tails.” He also produced his best bowling performance in ODIs, hauling up 6/28, in a league stage match against the eventual Runner Ups and co-hosts New Zealand.
Starc’s breakthrough year was 2015 when he collected 87 wickets and overtook all other international cricket wicket-takers. The very next year, in Sri Lanka, he recorded his 100th Test wicket. He was a member of the 2016 ICC World Test and ODI XIs. He was then presented with the Allan Border Award for 2016’s best Australian Test bowler.
When Starc added his 1000th Test run to his 100 Test wickets against India in the 2016–17 Border–Gavaskar Trophy, he became the 14th Australian to do it. He was then re-included in the ICC World Test XI in 2017. Cricket Australia quickly granted him a national contract at the beginning of 2018.
He was chosen for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup and once held the record for most wickets in the competition. By taking 27, he broke the record for the most wickets taken in a single ICC Cricket World Cup. He also upped his previous five-wicket haul to two, setting a World Cup cricket record for most five-wicket hauls. The ICC selected him for the Tournament Team.
For the 2011–12 Big Bash League season, Mitchell Starc was signed by the Sydney Sixers. He collected 13 wickets in 6 games during a successful tournament for the Sixers team, which went on to win the maiden BBL. He played in just one match but took two wickets in each of the following two tournaments.
He was subsequently recruited by the Royal Challengers Bangalore to play in the 2014 IPL. In the same number of games, he took 14 wickets. In the next 2014–15 BBL, he played in only 2 games but took 3 wickets.
The 2015 season of the IPL started after the World Cup. Starting from their third game, Start joined RCB because he was still recovering from an injury. In just 13 games, he took 20 wickets, continuing his outstanding performance from the mega-event. He had taken the fifth-most wickets at the end of the competition.
He departed the RCB in 2017 and was then recruited by the Kolkata Knight Riders to play in the IPL 2018. He lost his job with KKR in November 2018 and missed the entire season due to an injury.
On November 15, 2015, Ross Taylor was struck by the test match’s quickest delivery, which traveled at 160.4 kph (99.67 mph).
On August 21, 2016, he took his 52nd ODI wicket to become the bowler with the most ODI wickets at the time. The fastest pacer to accomplish so is still him.
became Australia’s all-time leading wicket-taker in domestic and international cricket after taking 60 wickets in the 2014–15 season.
2015 ICC Cricket World Cup’s top wicket-taker with 22 wickets
2015’s top international cricketer in terms of wickets taken (87 wickets)
14th Australian with 100 wickets and 1,000 runs in Test cricket
fastest (77 games) to 150 ODI wickets
is the World Cup cricket player with the most five-wicket hauls (3).
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 top wicket-taker (27 wickets)

Awarded the Allan Border Medal in 2017 for being the best Australian Test bowler in 2016, Man of the Tournament at the 2015 ICC World Cup
Interesting Statistics
Starc began his career as a wicketkeeper-batsman at the Berala Sports Cricket Club in Sydney. When he was nine years old, he played wicketkeeping for Northern District, where he also met the woman who would become his wife. His favorite athlete was Australian legend, Adam Gilchrist.
Mitchell Starc, the fastest bowler in ODI history, took 150 wickets in just 77 games.
Starc recorded his first two hat-tricks as a bowler in a Shield match against Western Australia in 2017 and his eighth in a first-class match. He finished the game with 7/97 final numbers (4 for 56 and 3 for 41).
In 2015, He became the first bowler to ever bowl in a day-night test match when he bowled the first delivery with a pink ball against New Zealand in Adelaide. Martin Guptill, a batsman, faced it first.

Family, Girlfriend, Relationship

Alyssa Healy and Mitchell Starc got married in April 2016. Alyssa Healy, an Australian batter and wicketkeeper, has been a member of the Australia Women’s team for more than ten years. The younger brother of him is the Australian high jumper Brandon Starc. Brandon has additionally participated in Olympic competitions representing Australia.

Physical Appearance (Height, Weight)

Mitchell Starc is 196 cm tall, which translates to 1.96 m, and 6′ 5″ in feet. The weight is 203 pounds or 92 kg in kilograms. You can find the most recent weight right here. The weight varies periodically. The color of the eyes is black. The hue of the hair is also black.