Alyssa Healy – Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Wiki, Biography & More

Alyssa Healy Wiki

Alyssa Healy is cricketing royalty. She was born on the Gold Coast on the 24th March 1990 to parents Greg and Sandy. Her father, Greg Healy, was a state-level cricketer, playing for Queensland, while her uncle Ian Healy was Australia’s greatest ever wicket-keeper, who held several records, including the world’s most test wickets. Alyssa herself is a world cricket record holder, including for the most dismissals as a wicket keeper, male or female, in the international Twenty20 format.

She is married to Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc and has an estimated net worth of 4 million dollars. Let us learn more about Alyssa below.

Alyssa Healy Wiki

Real NameAlyssa Healy
Famous ForAustralian Women’s National Cricketer

Quick Stats

Birthday / Date Of Birth24 March 1990
Age30 Years (As in 2020)
BirthplaceGold Coast, Queensland, Australia
HometownSydney, Australia
Zodiac Sign/Star SignPisces


Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Height166 cm
Weight (approx.)in Kilograms – 63 kg in Pounds – 138 lbs
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorBlonde

Family Members And Relatives

FatherGreg Healy
SisterKareen Healy
UncleIan Healy
Husband/SpouseMitch Starc


Alyssa Healy Boyfriend, Husband & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
Current Relationship StatusMarried since 2016

Education And School, College

SchoolMLC School (previously Methodist Ladies’ College)
College/ UniversityBarker College


Favorites Things/Like & Dislike

Favorite SingersKaty Perry
Favorite ColorsN/A
Favorite FoodRoast, Ice Cream
Favorite MoviesBlack Panther
Food HabitNon Vegetarian
HobbiesComputer Games, Playstation, Cooking

Money Factor

Estimated Net Worth$4 million

Alyssa Healy Biography

Alyssa Healy, the Australian star batsman and wicketkeeper, was born on 24 March 1990 in Gold coast, Queensland, Australia. Her father, Greg Healy, and Uncle Ian Healy also belong to the cricket genre. While his father was a top batsman of the Queensland Squad, her uncle was a record holder wicketkeeper of Australian test cricket. It’s straightforward to guess that Alyssa has inherited her skills from both.

Even though it seems cricket was in her blood, she was interested in cricket until she moved to Sydney from Queensland. In high school, one of her friends persuaded her to take sports as an extra subject. From there, her journey as a cricketing legend begun. Her high school, the MLC School, was girl-only, and later she attended Barker College for graduation.

In 2006 at the age of 16, she got selected as a wicketkeeper in the main team of Barker College. She was the first girl in the history of the college to play among boys. Many egoistic boys condemn this decision of college but the coach stuck to his decision. After the tournament, everyone applauded her for her performance. In 2007 she was selected to play for the New South Wales team for the under 19s interstate tournament. She performed terrifically well and was awarded as best under 17-player at the tournament.

After the under 19s tournament was over, Alyssa was selected to play for the Australian youth team against New Zealand A. She was the first player to play in an international tournament even before making her senior domestic debut.

She made her first domestic senior debut in 2008 with New South Wales Breaker, and her team won the final. Her career in main international cricket had started in 2010 when she was selected to play the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand. In this match, she got a chance to display her wicket-keeping skills and began her career as a full-time wicketkeeper.

Alyssa has won many awards and records. In 2019 she made a Guinness world record for the highest catch at 82.5m. She holds a world record of most runs in women’s T20 international with 148 not out. In March 2020, she recorded the fastest 50 in both men’s and women’s format in ICC events finals.

She had won ICC women’s T20 cricketer of the year twice in 2018 and 2019. She was also awarded the prestigious Belinda Clark award in 2019.

The estimated net worth of Alyssa Healy is 4 million dollars. With her husband Mitchell, Alyssa enjoys a very simple life. The couple is a part of various charity events and loves to play for needy people.

Alyssa got engaged with her childhood friend and fast bowler Mitchell Starc in 2015. Later they got married in April 2016. Alyssa and Mitchell are the third married couple in the world to play test cricket after marriage. The couple are both focusing on her careers; thus, they had not planned any children yet.


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