Who Is Terry Crawley: Meet Dad of Zak Crawley

Terry Crawley is a retired City of London futures trader who had begun his working life as a carpet fitter, before becoming one of Britain’s highest-paid men and making the Sunday Times Rich List following his change of profession. He is also best known as the dad of Zak Crawley who is an English professional cricketer who plays for Kent County Cricket Club.

Terry Crawley Net Worth

In the late 1990s, Terry became one of the wealthiest men in all of England and he still makes progress towards his goal of becoming a prominent figure in international cricket. After joining Tullett & Tokyo Securities, Inc. on the London Futures Exchange, he became a billionaire London futures trader.

He founded ‘Crawley Futures’ in 1988 and was known as ‘Terry the Till’ for his cash-generating skills. His story was featured in The Sun in 1997 as ‘Rugs to Riches’. Media reported that Crawley earned £23 million in 1999 and was named to the Sunday Times Rich List. With an £8 million net worth, he trades high-risk financial markets.

Terry Crawley Wife

Terry Crawley is married with Lisa Crawley. As of now, Terry Crawley is in his 50s though he has not shared his exact date of birth in public.

Terry Crawley Is A Proud Father

Terry Crawley’s son, Zak Crawley was born on 3 February 1998 in Bromley, Greater London who is a professional cricketer from England. He stands at a height of 6 ft 5 in (196 cm) and bats right-handed. He also bowls right-arm off-break. He primarily plays as a top-order batter. He made his international debut for England in 2019 and has represented the national side in both Test matches and One Day Internationals (ODIs).

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His Test debut was on 29 November 2019 against New Zealand, while his last Test match was played on 27 July 2023 against Australia. In ODIs, he made his debut on 8 July 2021 against Pakistan and last played against West Indies on 3 December 2023. Crawley wears the number 6 jersey for ODIs.

In domestic cricket, he has played for Kent since 2015 and currently represents London Spirit in The Hundred tournament. He has also played for Hobart Hurricanes in the 2022/23 season and Perth Scorchers in the 2023/24 season.

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