Brett Lee Net Worth : $10 Million
A Former Professional Cricketer of Australia and a Channel Nine Cricket Commentator
Brett Lee Annual Income
$4.8 million (As of 2017)
Source of Wealth
Years of Experience
25 years (approximately)
Date of Birth
November 8, 1976
Attended Oak Flats High School
Brett Lee’s Total Net Worth
Brett Lee is a former Australian cricketer and a cricket commentator on ‘Channel Nine’, with a net worth of $10 million. He was one of the fastest bowlers during his career and made an average of less than 20 with the ball during his first two years, but after that, he mostly achieved figures in 30’s. Lee is best-known by a nickname, “Bing”, named after a chain of electronic stores, called ‘Bing Lee’, and was recognized as an athletic fielder and a lower-order batsman. He retired from all forms of international cricket on July 13, 2012, but is active in the Big Bash League and IPL. He was born on November 8, 1976, in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.
Brett Lee started his own fashion brand, called “BL” in the year 2001.
One of the most popular cricketers, Lee, endorses a number of big brands, like Reebok, Weet-Bix, Gatorade, Volkswagen, and Vodafone. He also has sponsorship deals with Indian companies, which includes Timex watches, Boost energy drink, TVS Motor Company, and New Balance shoes.
He recorded the lyrics “You’re the One for Me”, which he wrote himself, with Indian singer, Asha Bhosle. In 2008, he also appeared in a Bollywood movie, called “Victory”.
He wrote an autobiography named “My Life” along with James Knight and released it in November 2011.
He is also a part of “Six & Out” (a rock band), as a guitarist. The band consists of his brother Shane, and other New South Wales cricketers- Gavin Robertson, Richard Chee Quee, and Brad McNamara.
Properties: Private Fortune
Brett Lee resides in a lavish house in Sydney, Australia.
He supports numerous charitable organizations, like ‘Make a Wish Foundation’, ‘Salvation Army’ and the ‘Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)’.
In 2007, Lee also established an organization in India named “Mewsic”, which helps the disadvantaged youth to involve in music. It aims to help the young population of India and encourages them towards music while also educating them about its benefits and healing power.
Awards & Appreciations
Lee has been honoured with several accolades throughout his career, like Wisden Young Cricketer of the Year (1999-2000), ICC Awards – ODI Team of the Year (2005), Wisden Cricketer of the Year (2006), DLF Cup Player of the Tournament (2006-07), Warne-Muralitharan Trophy Player of the Series (2007), McGilvray Medal (2008), Australian Test Player of the Year (2008), ICC Awards – ODI Team of the Year and Test Team of the Year (2008) and Champions League Twenty20 Player of the Series (2009).