Lee Byrne Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Lee Byrne Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Lee Byrne is a Welsh former professional rugby union and rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s.

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Lee Byrne Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 1 June 1980
Birth Day 19 January
Birth Years 1980
Age 41 years old
Birth Place Unknown
Birth City
Birth Country Unknown
Nationality British
Famous As rugby union and rugby league footballer
Also Known for rugby union and rugby league footballer
Zodiac Sign Leo
Occupation rugby union and rugby league footballer

Famously known by the Family name Lee Sean Byrne, is a great rugby union and rugby league footballer. He was born on 1 June 1980, in Unknown

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Lee Sean Byrne Net Worth

Lee Sean Byrne has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as rugby union and rugby league footballer. Popularly known as the rugby union and rugby league footballer of Unknown. He is seen as one of the most successful rugby union and rugby league footballer of all times. Lee Sean Byrne Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful British rugby union and rugby league footballer.

Lee entered the career as rugby union and rugby league footballer In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline


Byrne has spoken publicly about his dyslexia. It has caused him some setbacks – “There were a couple of times where I would go out and the French players would say I wasn’t picking up French very easily. I remember one of the players saying I was lazy and I wasn’t learning. Obviously there was a reason because of my dyslexia, so that upset me a little bit” – but it has not been exclusively a negative for him – “I could see space before it happened – quicker than anybody else – so in a way I suppose it was a gift for me.”


In November 2017, Lee Byrne published his autobiography, The Byrne Identity. Sections from it were serialised over four issues of The Western Mail (Wales).


On 23 April 2015, it was announced Byrne was to retire from all rugby with immediate effect, after failing to recover from a shoulder injury.


On 8 January 2014, it was reported that Byrne had agreed to join Newport Gwent Dragons from the end of the 2013–14 season.


Given permission to seek a new club for the 2011-12 season, Byrne signed a three-year deal to play for French club ASM Clermont Auvergne, where he will play his club rugby post the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

It was announced in March 2011 that Byrne had become engaged to ITV Wales Tonight presenter Andrea Benfield; they married on New Year’s Day 2012.


Bizarrely, in January 2010 Byrne made a brief appearance as an illegal 16th player in the Ospreys’ 17–12 Heineken Cup win over Leicester which led to a two-week ban. This was later overturned and replaced by a fine of 5,000 Euros leaving him free to play in Wales’ opening defeat by England in the 2010 Six Nations Championship match at Twickenham.

He caused controversy again in February 2010 during the Scotland match when Scotland’s coach Andy Robinson accused Byrne of diving to get substitute fly-half Phil Godman sent off and give Wales a penalty, from which they scored and went on to win the match.


While playing against Connacht in 2007, Byrne demonstrated his abilities as a stand-in kicker when he kicked two penalties and two conversions after fly-half Shaun Connor went off injured. He scored tries against England and Italy in the 2008 Six Nations Championship. Following his superb performances for Wales in the 2008 Autumn Internationals against South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia (which included a try against the latter), Byrne had been tipped not only for a place in the British and Irish Lions squad, but also a place in the starting 15. This was confirmed on 21 April 2009, when Byrne, along with Ireland’s Rob Kearney, were selected as one of the British and Irish Lions’ fullbacks for the tour. After the fourth tour match he was one of five players to be picked for three of them.


Following his good performances for the Llanelli Scarlets in both the Celtic League, and the Heineken Cup during the 2005–06 season, he was called up to the national squad for the November Test series. He made his début as a replacement against the All Blacks on 5 November at the Millennium Stadium. Wales lost 3–41. He also played in the win over Fiji, and the defeat by South Africa. He has since played during the 2006 Six Nations Championship, and earned a further two caps in a mid-year series against Argentina. His sole appearance in the 2006 Autumn internationals was on the wing against the Pacific Islands. Byrne was a revelation in the 2008 Six Nations Championship tournament at full back and a key component of Wales’ Grand Slam.


Lee Martin Byrne (born 1 June 1980) is a Welsh former professional rugby union and rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s.