Colin de Grandhomme- Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Career

Colin de Grandhomme is a New Zealand international cricketer who was born in Zimbabwe and plays all types of cricket.

Quick Facts

Real Name Colin de Grandhomme
Nick Name Dutchy, The Big Man
Famous Zimbabwean national cricket team
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Date of Birth 22 July 1986
Age 36 years (. in 2022)
Height 6 feet 0 inch
Profession New Zealand Cricketer All-rounder
Weight 80 kg- 176 Ibs(approx.)
Father Laurence Leonard de Grandhomme Zimbabwean cricketer died in 2017
Mother name yet to be uploaded
Marital Status Married
Wife  N/A
Net Worth  $25 million

Colin de Grandhomme Biography

De Grandhomme, who was born in Harare and attended St. George’s College, began his career with Manicaland in Zimbabwe, and was a member of the Zimbabwe team at the 2004 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh. From 2006 to 2018, he represented Auckland in New Zealand domestic cricket. He played for Warwickshire County Cricket Club in England in 2017 after playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2017 Indian Premier League.

He signed with Northern Districts in May 2018 ahead of the 2018-19 New Zealand domestic season. In the 2018 and 2019 IPL seasons, he was a member of Royal Challengers Bangalore. He was signed by Hampshire for the T20 Blast in May 2021 and drafted by Southern Brave for the inaugural season of The Hundred in 2021.

Colin de Grandhomme Height, Weight

Colin de Grandhomme is 6 feet tall. He weighs approximately 80 kg. He has lovely warm black eyes and Black locks. There is no information on his chest-waist-hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps, and so on. 


  • Colin de Grandhomme advanced to the international circuit after a string of impressive domestic performances. Last year, he hit three hundred for Auckland in the Plunket Shield, with his medium pace option providing an added boost. He also played an important all-round role in Auckland’s HRV T20 Cup victory in 2010-11.
  • In 2012, he was called up to the Blackcaps squad for the home series against Zimbabwe and South Africa. Grandhomme, who was born in Zimbabwe, represented his country in the Under-19 World Cup in 2004 before moving to New Zealand in search of better opportunities.
  • In 2012-13, the shorter formats received a national call-up. His ball-striking abilities and utility medium pace made him an excellent choice for limited-overs cricket.
  • However, it was in his Test debut that de Grandhomme made the biggest impression. In the summer of 2016, he ran riot at home against Pakistan on seaming pitches where his medium pace was sufficient as long as accuracy was present.
  • His six-for on debut was the best by a New Zealand debutant. Although he has not been a regular in the Test side since then, de Grandhomme is frequently considered on pitches with movement.
  • The reason for this is his ability to move the ball at a moderate pace – a skill that improves significantly on greenish tracks. Aside from that, his counter-attacking batting abilities are a plus.
  • Although de Grandhomme’s career is still in its early stages, his ability to turn a match on its head makes him a valuable player to have, particularly in white-ball cricket.
  • If New Zealand decides to change their Test batting order, he could become a regular in the longest format as well. Although we have seen glimpses of de Grandhomme’s talent, it is safe to say that he has yet to fully translate his potential on the international stage.
  • New Zealand’s obsession with all-rounders is well known, and the Kiwis will be hoping that de Grandhomme can cement his spot across formats in the coming years.
  • The 2016-17 season was a watershed moment for de Grandhomme. He not only made his Test debut but he was also called up by the Kolkata Knight Riders to replace Andre Russell.
  • Despite playing for the majority of the season, de Grandhomme saw very few bat-and-ball opportunities. His standout performance was 3 for 4 against Bangalore on a seamer-friendly wicket at Eden Gardens.
  • The 2018 season marked the tenth anniversary of the IPL, and all teams looked to the future, and de Grandhomme was not in KKR’s plans. Bangalore purchased him for INR 2.2 crore, up from a base price of 75 lakh.
  • The change had no effect on his fortunes because he didn’t start the season and when he did, his chances were slim. However, with a T20 strike rate of 166, RCB did not want to lose the burly all-rounder.


  • On December 2, 2017, he scored his first Test century against the West Indies in just 71 balls. It was New Zealand’s second-fastest Test century.
  • Colin de Grandhomme has the best bowling figures for New Zealand. In his first Test match, he took six wickets for 41 runs against Pakistan.

Colin de Grandhomme’s Net Worth

Colin de Grandhomme also participates in the IPL. He received 4 crore Indian rupees from RCB. His net worth is estimated to be 25 million dollars as of November 2022. His excellent career as a cricketer is clearly his primary source of income.

Colin de Grandhomme Wife, Marriage

Colin de Grandhomme is married to a lovely lady, but her name is unknown. They are frequently seen hanging out together and traveling to various locations.

Awards & Achievement

  • He was awarded the Man Of The Match in his debut Test match against the team Pakistan.

Interesting Facts

  • He has played for Zimbabwe in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
  • Laurence de Grandhomme, his father, was a Zimbabwean cricketer.
  • Colin de Grandhomme made his National Cricket Team debut in 2012. In 2012, he made his international debut against South Africa. In only 42 ODI innings, he scored 722 runs. In only 24 test innings, he scored 1185 runs.
  • Colin de Grandhom has played 28 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) in his career. He scored 443 runs in this game. His average during this time is 29.53, and his highest score is 74 *.