Tom Curry Age, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Height, Wiki, Biography

Tom Curry

Tom Curry Wiki/Biography

Tom Curry, an English rugby union footballer now playing for the Sale Sharks, was born on June 15, 1998, in Hounslow, England. Tom Curry usually plays flanker but has also worn the No. 8 for England. His age is 24 years as of 2023.

Curry is the identical twin of Sale Sharks flanker Ben Curry, the son of the head teacher at Bishop Heber High School David Curry, the nephew of former England hooker John Olver, and the cousin of current Doncaster Knights fly-half Sam Olver. Curry completed his sixth-form studies at Oundle School, which also employed John Olver as a teacher (age 16-18).

What is the net worth of Tom Curry?

Tom Curry’s monthly payment is about 200 EUR ($300). Curry is an English rugby union player that has USD 1.5 million in wealth.

Quick facts about Tom Curry

Full name Thomas Michael Curry
Nickname Curry
profession Rugby Union player
Height in feet 6 feet 1 inch
Weight in kg 110 kg
Date of birth 1998-06-15 00:00:00
Age 24 (As of 2023)
Nationality English
His house Manchester, England, United Kingdom
father David Curry
mother Unknown
Brother Ben Curry (twin brother)
Sister Charlotte
Marital status Single
Wife N/A
Net Worth  $1.5 million


Tom Curry’s father and the city’s cult hero Bobby Walsh served as his coach as he started his amateur career with Crewe & Nantwich.
Curry made his professional debut against Scarlets in the European Champions Cup on October 15, 2016, becoming the youngest Sale Sharks player and the fourth-youngest English player to do so.
He scored on his Premiership Rugby debut on October 30, 2016, moving up to third-youngest scorer in the league.
At the end of the 2016–17 season, he and his brother Ben were chosen as joint winners of the Sale Sharks’ Young Player of the Season award. He played in his first playoff game for the team, leading Sale in their semi-final loss to Exeter Chiefs in the 2020–21 season.
Curry, who had previously played for England U18, was selected on October 14 to the England U20 team for the 2016–17 campaign. Curry was a member of the England U20 team that captured the Grand Slam in the 2017 Six Nations Under 20 Championship.
Tom Curry was promoted to the senior England team by Eddie Jones ahead of their 2017 summer tour to Argentina. On May 28, 2017, he made his England debut against the Barbarians, and he was named Man of the Match.
He was denied a cap because the game against the Barbarians was a “non-test.” Curry made his England debut in the first test against Argentina in June 2017 in the position of flanker.
He became the nation’s youngest starting flanker since 1912 and its youngest forward.
Curry was chosen for the England Six Nations team in 2019 and started every match for the team. He scored tries in the matches against Wales and Scotland.
In the 2019 Rugby World Cup final, he wore the number six starting position. Curry and England won both the Autumn Nations Cup and the Six Nations Championship in 2020.
In November 2021, Curry was selected for the team for the Autumn Nations Series.
Tom Curry was named the team’s vice-captain for the test series together with Courtney Lawes and Ellis Genge.
Curry made his series debut at position eight against Tonga. He then began England’s victories over Australia and South Africa.
On January 18, 2022, Curry was chosen for Jones’ 36-man Six Nations Championship team.
Curry was chosen as the team’s captain for the opening game at Murrayfield, becoming him the nation’s youngest leader since 1988.
Curry was chosen for the 37-member British and Irish Lions team that will go to South Africa in the summer of 2021.
In the first of two games on the trip against the Cell C Sharks, he made his Lions debut. Curry scored his only try of the trip three days later in the second game against the Sharks after coming off the bench.
Before the test series, he last played in the Lions’ opening loss of the tour against South Africa “A.”
Curry was an openside flanker for the first two of the three tests against South Africa, which went on to win the series 2-1.

Family, Girlfriend, Relationship

Tom Curry is not currently romantically connected to anyone. He is an unmarried man who is committed to his job. Furthermore, He keeps the details of his past relationships and dating life private. He avoids the prying eyes of the media with his personal life. There aren’t any rumors or disputes involving Tom. He has stayed clear of stories that might endanger his career. He has never been associated with any scandals, though, and has a spotless record.

Physical Appearance (Height, Weight)

He stands at 6 feet 1 inch. He is roughly 110 kilograms in weight. He has Brown hair and gorgeous warm blue eyes. His dress size, shoe size, biceps, chest, waist, hips, and other physical characteristics are all unknown.

Interesting Statistics

Curry’s father and Bobby Walsh served as his mentors when he first started his career at Crewe & Nantwich.
During the European Champions Cup journey, he made his professional debut against Scarlets on October 15, 2016.
Curry is the youngest Sale Sharks player and the fourth-youngest rugby player in England.
On October 30, 2016, Curry scored his first goal in the Premiership Rugby competition. Curry and his brother Ben were joint winners of the Sale Sharks’ Young Player of the Season award.
Curry was Sale’s captain in the 2020–21 campaign, and he faced the Exeter Chiefs in the first round of the playoffs.
Curry competed for England’s U20 team in the 2017 Six Nations Under-20 Championship, which they won.
Curry’s senior squad debut occurred during England’s summer tour of Argentina. He made his professional debut on May 28, 2017, against the Barbarians, and was awarded Man of the Match.
He was selected in one of Jones’ 36 teams for the 2022 Six Nations Championship trip. Curry, who was selected as captain for the opening game at Murrayfield, was the team’s youngest captain since 1988.

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