Kelly Anne- Husband, Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Career

Kelly Anne

Kelly Anne is best known as the wife of Brendan Taylor, a former Zimbabwean international cricketer, and captain who played in all formats of the game. Taylor bats right-handed but also bowls off-spin. Taylor was described as “our standout player for the last seven or eight years” by former Zimbabwe captain Alistair Campbell in 2015. Explore Kelly Anne’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Body Measurements, Net Worth, Family, Career, and many more Facts in her bio.

Kelly Anne Age

Kelly Anne has not revealed her exact birth date in public. She’s probably in her thirties. She is of American descent, as is her husband, Brendan Taylor, who captained Zimbabwe in ODIs until the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, after succeeding Elton Chigumbura after the 2011 Cricket World Cup.

Facts of Kelly Anne

Real Name Kelly Anne
Nick Name Kelly Anne
Age 30-years old
Net Worth $200 thousand
Birthday Not Known
Famous As Wife of Brendan Taylor
Birthplace USA
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Sexuality Straight
Religion Christianity
Height (approx.) In Feet Inches: 5′5″
Weight (approx.) In Kilograms- 55 kg
Body Measurements approx. 34-28-40 inches
Bra Cup Size 34 C
Shoe Size 5.5 (US)
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair color Blonde
Boyfriend Name Brendan Taylor
Husband Name Brendan Taylor
Children? 4
Educational Qualifications Graduate
Social Media Profiles Not Active
Kelly Anne
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Height & Weight

Kelly is 5 feet 5 inches tall, 1.65 meters or 165 centimeters tall. She weighs approximately 55 kg (121 lbs). She has lovely dark brown eyes and blonde hair. Her body dimensions are 34-28-40 inches. She has a 34 C bra cup size.

Kelly Anne Spouse

Brendan Taylor is Kelly Anne’s husband. She and her husband are the proud parents of four children. Furthermore, the couple’s previous dating history is unknown.

Kelly Anne Salary and Earnings

According to sources, Kelly Anne’s net worth is around $200 thousand as of January 2023. In addition, following the draft for the 2018–19 Bangladesh Premier League, he was named to the Khulna Titans squad in October 2018. He was chosen to play for the Rhinos in the 2020–21 Logan Cup in December 2020.

Quick facts of Kelly Anne

  • Taylor, Kelly Anne’s husband, was raised at Lilfordia School near Harare by Iain Campbell, the father of Zimbabwean Test cricketer Alistair Campbell.
  • Taylor emerged as a regular choice for national age-group teams during his adolescence, where he attended St. John’s College (Harare), and played in two Under-19 World Cups.
  • At the age of 15, he made his first-class debut for Mashonaland A. The following year, he shot to prominence by scoring 200 not out in the Logan Cup’s B Division.
  • Taylor was called up to the national team at the age of 18 against Sri Lanka in 2003–04 due to strong domestic performances and a mass exodus of top-level players.
  • Taylor made his Zimbabwe debut at a time when many of the country’s top players had rebelled against Zimbabwe Cricket and refused to play for the team.
  • As a result, many young players were rushed into the team to fill the void, which weakened the team, particularly at the Test level.
  • Taylor was one of the group’s youngest and most promising members. Despite not having signed a new contract, he was named to the national team in 2006. Following Tatenda Taibu’s temporary departure, he soon took over the wicketkeeping duties.
  • He rose to international prominence after his unbeaten 60 in Zimbabwe’s five-wicket win over Australia in the 2007 ICC World Twenty20.
  • Taylor was re-selected for the Zimbabwe Select team against South Africa A in July-August 2007, after being unavailable against India A. After being overlooked for the first game, he scored just 15 runs in the second first-class match.
  • Taylor was no longer required behind the stumps with Tatenda Taibu back in the lineup. The Zimbabwe squad performed admirably in the ODI series against the South African team but fell short on all three occasions.
  • Taylor had a good series as well, finishing as the fifth-highest run-scorer with 105 runs at 35.00. Taylor’s first Twenty20 appearance came against the Eagles in September 2006, and his second came against Bangladesh in December 2006.