Alyssa Healy

Alyssa Healy

Cricket royalty is Alyssa Healy. Her parents, Greg and Sandy, welcomed her into the world on March 24, 1990, on the Gold Coast. Alyssa Healy uncle Ian Healy was Australia’s greatest ever wicket-keeper and held numerous records, including the most test wickets in history. Her father Greg Healy was a state-level cricket player for Queensland. In the international Twenty20 format, Alyssa holds several global records for cricket, including the most dismissals by a wicketkeeper of either gender.

She has an estimated net worth of $4 million and is married to Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc. Below, we will discover more about Alyssa.

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

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

Family Members

FatherGreg Healy
SisterKareen Healy
UncleIan Healy
Husband/SpouseMitch Stark

Husband & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
Current Relationship StatusMarried since 2016


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

Favorites Things

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

Net worth

Estimated Net Worth$4 million


The renowned Australian wicketkeeper and batswoman, Alyssa Healy, was born on March 24, 1990, in Gold Coast, Queensland. Uncle Ian Healy and her father Greg Healy are both cricket players. While her uncle was a record-holding wicketkeeper in Australian test cricket, his father was a good hitter for the Queensland Squad.

It’s easy to assume that Alyssa got her skills from both of them.Also read Jeff Hornacek’s biography, age, net worth, career, and other information.

She was interested in cricket before she went to Sydney from Queensland, despite the appearance that it was in her blood. One of her friends convinced her to enroll in sports as an extra subject in high school. Her rise to fame as a cricket hero started there. She graduated from the MLC School, a girls-only high school, and afterwards attended Barker College.

At the age of 16, she was chosen to play as a wicketkeeper for Barker College’s first team in 2006. She was the first female player ever in the college’s history. Many egotistical boys criticize this college selection, but the coach insisted on his choice. Everyone praised her performance after the competition.

She was chosen to represent New South Wales in the under 19s interstate competition in 2007. She did a fantastic job and won the tournament’s prize for best player under 17.

Alyssa was chosen to play for the Australian youth squad versus New Zealand A after the under-19s tournament. Even before making her senior domestic debut, she was the first athlete to compete in an international tournament.

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