Danny Cipriani

Danny Cipriani Bio, Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Wife, Height, Weight, Parents

Danny Cipriani is a Premiership Rugby player for Bath. He has previously played for Gloucester, Sale Sharks, and Wasps in the Premiership, as well as Melbourne Rebels in Super Rugby. He began his junior career with the Wasps Academy in 2003 and quickly established himself as a good defender, however he was involved in a training ground incident with a teammate in 2008. Danny was nearly hit by a double-decker bus on a boozy night out in April 2013; he attempted to cross the road while misjudging the speed of the oncoming bus.

In terms of his international career, he captained the England Under-16 team and made his first-team debut for England against Ireland on March 15, 2008, in the 2008 Six Nations Championship, which his team won with a score of 33-10. Cipriani also signed a one-year contract with Bath ahead of the 2021-2022 season, which begins in March 2021. In early May 2021, he joined the club.

Well-known for?

  • Being a Premiership Rugby player for the English club Bath.
  • For previously playing in the Premiership for Gloucester, Sale Sharks, and Wasps, as well as Super Rugby for the Melbourne Rebels.

Early Life

Danny Cipriani first opened his eyes on November 2, 1987, in Roehampton, London, England. He is British by nationality and mixed by ethnicity because his maternal side is English and his paternal side is Afro-Trinidadian, Tobagonian, and Italian. Similarly, his religion is Christian, and he is white. Danny’s current age is 34, which he celebrated in 2021, and his star sign is Scorpio, according to his birthdate.

He was born to Jay Cipriani (father) and Anne Lester (mother). His parents divorced shortly after his birth. Despite the fact that his father had returned to Trinidad, Cipriani was able to maintain communication with him.  Danny received his education at Wimbledon College prep school Donhead in Merton, London, England, United Kingdom. Danny proceeded to Whitgift School in Croydon, United Kingdom, after his rugby potential was recognized and he completed his Common Entrance Examinations.

Celebrated Name Danny Cipriani
Age 34 Years
Nick Name Danny
Birth Name Danny Cipriani
Birth Date 1987-11-02
Gender Male
Profession Footballer
Place Of Birth Roehampton, London, England
Birth Nation England
Nationality British
Ethnicity Mixed
Religion Christian
Horoscope Scorpio
Race White
Parents Jay Cipriani (father) and Anne Lester (mother)
College / University Wimbledon College
Marital Status Married
Wife Victoria Cipriani
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Rugby union player career
Net Worth $1 million to $5 million
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight 92 kg (14 st 7 lb; 203 lb)
Hair Color Dark brown
Eye Color Dark brown
Body Type Athletic
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Danny Cipriani Career


  • Danny Cipriani began his career by joining the Wasps Academy in 2003, where he made his debut against Bristol in the Powergen Cup in December 2004 at the age of 17, before joining the Wasps Academy full-time in the 2006-2007 season.
  • He began his career with Wasps’ under-21 team and A team before making more frequent appearances for the top team in 2007 when Wasps won the 2007 Heineken Cup Final.
  • He was involved in a training field brawl with the club and international teammate Josh Lewsey on October 6, 2008, however, he suffered a fracture-dislocation of his right ankle during Wasps’ semi-final play-off victory over Bat on May 18, 2009.
  • He returned to Wasps on October 1, 2008, in a Premiership match against Bath, and played his final home match for London Wasps on May 1, 2010, against Cardiff Blues in an Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final.

Melbourne Rebels

  • Wasps announced Cipriani’s departure to the Melbourne Rebels in February 2010, amid speculation regarding Cipriani’s chances of being selected by England for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
  • He is the first England international player to join an Australian Super Rugby side, and as of November 23rd, 2011, he had played 12 matches for the Melbourne Rebels and scored 108 points.
  • Cipriani scored the Rebels’ first points on a penalty kick against the Brumbies in the Rebels’ second Super Rugby encounter.
  • He and teammate Richard Kingi were both benched for the game against the Queensland Reds in May after failing to fulfill the Rebel players’ group’s criteria. He was consequently left out of the Rebels’ team for a two-game tour to South Africa.
  • Danny was chastised for his poor defense throughout the 2011 season.

Return to the Premier League

  • Danny signed a new three-year contract with the Sale Sharks to join them at the start of the 2013-2014 season after scoring over 200 points in the first four games of the 2012-2013 LV= Cup.
  • He was named to England’s 30-man squad for the three-match tour to New Zealand in June 2014, and it was revealed in February 2016 that Cipriani would return to the Wasps for the 2016-2017 season.
  • He joined Gloucester Rugby for the 2018-2019 season after two seasons with Wasps, and it was reported that he would leave Gloucester on December 15, 2020.
  • Cipriani agreed to a one-year contract with Bath ahead of the 2021-2022 season, which begins in March 2021. In early May 2021, he joined the club.

International Career 

  • Danny Cipriani led the England under-16 squad and played fly-half for the England under-19 team in the Under-19 World Cup, however he was unable to finish due to a brain injury.
  • In 2007, he was a member of the Saxons team that won the Churchill Cup at Twickenham, however he was left out of England’s squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
  • He was called up to the England squad for the 2008 Six Nations Championship, and his England debut was set to take place when he was selected at full-back for the game against Scotland on March 8, 2008.
  • On March 15, 2008, he replaced Jonny Wilkinson at fly-half in England’s 33-10 victory over Ireland. On July 1, 2008, he was named to the England Saxons team.
  • Later, he was called up to the 2014 England rugby union tour of New Zealand, where he came off the bench in the first and third tests. He was also nominated to the bench for the 2015 Six Nations opener against Wales but did not play.
  • He was later left out of the final 31-man squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, as well as new coach Eddie Jones’ first elite player selection for the 2016 Six Nations.

Danny Cipriani Wife and Kids

Danny Cipriani has a wife. He married his lovely wife, Victoria Cipriani, originally Victoria Rose O’Callaghan.

Danny Cipriani and his wife Victoria Cipriani

After only twelve months together, the couple married in secret in April 2021. Danny, 34, became a father after his wife’s daughter gave birth to her second kid. In terms of sexual orientation, he is straight.

Danny’s daughter, Jade’s second child

Danny Cipriani’s wife hits out at media over mistaken identity

Victoria Cipriani, Danny Cipriani’s wife, has given a public statement following the couple’s incorrect inclusion in the scandal surrounding the arrest of an England rugby international and a lady on suspicion of sexual offenses. Victoria released a lengthy public statement on her public social media profile, claiming that members of the press had been up at their home after incorrectly associating the pair to the arrest rumors. Mrs. Cipriani issued the remark to her 600+ Twitter followers, and it has since gone viral.

“A load of journalists has appeared outside my home this morning, causing me great alarm and distress, apparently guessing incorrectly that the story already in some parts of the press about a rugby player and his partner being arrested on suspicion of sexual offenses might relate to Danny and myself,” the full statement said. I assume they’re making that crazy assumption since I’m the same age as the woman in the stories about the case.”

This is utterly unjustified and unacceptable. “Neither Danny nor I have been arrested, and we have nothing to do with the reported case. We have no information about it.” This is quite disturbing for a variety of reasons. Please share, and thank you for taking the time to read this.”

Danny Cipriani Net Worth

Danny Ciprian is a versatile man with an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million as of 2021. He also makes a good living, earning roughly £400,000 per year. Cipriani has earned a lot of money through endorsing businesses including NOCCO UK, A2 Milk, Eden Park, Alphakin, and Adidas.

In 2014, he posed shirtless for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) Ink Not Mink anti-fur commercial campaign. Furthermore, his primary source of income is his rugby union playing career.

Danny Cipriani Height 

Danny Cipriani stands 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) tall and weighs roughly 92 kg. He has attractive dark brown hair and eyes. Furthermore, Danny’s physique type is athletic. Cipriani, with his toned biceps and perfect build, isn’t afraid to go shirtless. He also has some lovely tattoos on his hand.

Did You Know?

  • Danny first played for the Sale Sharks in 2012, and then for the England national team in 2008.
  • In 2003, he began his youth career with the Wasps Academy.
  • In April 2013 he was nearly hit by a double-decker bus during a drunken night out; he tried to cross the road while misjudging the oncoming bus’s speed.
  • He spent three years in Australia, playing for the Melbourne Rebels, alongside their star Lloyd Johansson.
  • He is most scared of spiders.

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