Dan Biggar

Birth Day October 16th, 1989
Birth Place Morriston, Swansea
Age 34 Years Old

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A Welsh international rugby union outside-half who plays club rugby for the Northampton Saints is named for Daniel Biggar. Dan became the youngest player to reach 100 games for his former club, the Ospreys. On 7th December 2015, Biggar won the BBC Cymru Sports Personality of the Year Award.

What is the birthplace of Dan Biggar?

On 16th October 1989, Dan Biggar was born in Morriston, Swansea. His nationality is Welsh and his ethnicity is White. As per his education, he attended Gowerton Comprehensive School. As of 2019, he celebrated his 30th birthday. His father worked in the oil industry. Information regarding his parent's name, siblings will be updated soon. 

How was Dan Biggar's Career?

  • Dan was selected for the Wales national rugby union team squad for the 2008 Autumn Internationals series, making his debut at the age of 19 against Canada on 18 November.
  • On 18 January 2010, he was named in the 35-man Wales national squad for the 2010 Six Nations tournament.
  • After 18 months in the wilderness, including missing the 2011 Rugby World Cup, he was recalled for the 2012 Welsh squad after a run of good form with the Ospreys. 
  • This form was topped off by the match-winning conversion from the touchline in the 2012 Pro12 Grand Final, as well as a number of man-of-the-match performances in the run-in at the end of the season. 
  • He finally got his chance in the Welsh number 10 shirt in the victorious 2013 Six Nations Championship campaign, starting all five games at fly-half, thanks to a Rhys Priestland injury.
  • He capped off the tournament with a drop goal, conversion, and penalty in the Championship decider against England. Where they lost.
  • He continued his good run of form into the 2013–14 season, his performances for the Ospreys earning him a call-up for the 2013 Autumn Internationals, in which he started against Australia and Argentina, scoring a try against the former. 
  • He played three games during the 2014 Six Nations, coming on as a substitute for Rhys Priestland against France and England and starting against Scotland.
  • In June 2014 Biggar started two tests against South Africa, including in the narrow 31-30-second test defeat, despite being yellow-carded. Biggar cemented his place as Wales starting fly-half during the 2014 Autumn Internationals, starting three out of the four tests. 
  • He starred in all of Wales' 2015 Six Nations Championship matches and scored his first Welsh try vs France.
  • In the 2015 Rugby World Cup, he took over the kicking duties after Halfpenny was ruled out of the whole tournament.
  • He then kicked 56 points during the tournament including 23 points in Wales' 28-25 win over England and claimed the Man of the Match accolade. 
  • He has his own routine before kicking goals, which fans now call "The Biggarena" after Los Del Rio's 1995 hit, Macarena.
  • In September 2017, the English Premiership side Northampton Saints announced that they had signed Biggar for the 2018-2019 season. The length of Biggar's contract with Saints is currently undisclosed.

Who is the wife of Dan Biggar?

Dan Biggar is a married person. He married Alexandra Cummings in 2016. As of now, the duo is living a happy life without any disturbances. There is no information about how the duo met. The duo is also blessed with a child. But it will be added soon. 

Dan Biggar With His Wife And Child

Source: @walesonline.co.uk

What is the Net Worth of Dan Biggar?

The net worth of Dan Biggar is estimated to have between $100,000-$1 Million as of 2020. Whereas his exact salary is still being calculated but there is no doubt in the mind of his followers that he is earning a considerable amount of money from his earnings.

How tall is Dan Biggar?

Dan Biggar is a very handsome person. He has a tall height of 1.88 m or six feet two inches with a balanced bodyweight of 93 Kg or 205 lb. His other body measurements will be added soon. Overall, he has got a healthy body.

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