Who Is Martin Bayfield? Height, Net Worth, Career, Wife, Kids
Quick Facts of Martin Christopher Bayfield
|Full Name||Martin Christopher Bayfield|
|Date of Birth||21 December, 1966|
|Birthplace||Bedford, Bedfordshire, England|
|Profession||Actor, Broadcaster, and Former rugby union player|
|Spouse||Helena (divorced) Jane Bayfield (married)|
|Height||6' 10" (2.09 m)|
|Weight||115 kg (18 st 2 lb)|
|Children||Rosie, Polly and Lucy|
Martin Bayfield is an English actor, former rugby union player, and broadcaster who is known for his work on Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and Wrath of the Titans.
Short-Bio Of Martin Bayfield
Martin Bayfield was born Martin Christopher Bayfield on December 21, 1966, in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England, UK. Also, he is known as Bayf. He is of British nationality while his ethnicity is missing.
However, the information related to his parents and education is missing.
He has a tall height of 6 feet 10 inches(209cm).
Who Is Martin Bayfield Wife?
Martin Bayfield, 54, is currently married to his second wife, Jane Bayfield (nee Goodman). However, the detail on their love life and marriage is missing.
Previously he was married to Helena and has shared three daughters, Roseanna, Polly, and Lucy.
Collected $1 Million From Rugby Career
Martin Bayfield was interested in Rugby football from his childhood and later on decided to pursue a career by playing rugby.
He started playing in England in 1991 but did not get the chance to play that time. After a year he was part of the 1992 Five Nations Grand Slam. In 1993 he played for the British Lions Tour to New Zealand. Also, he was part of the 1995 World Cup squad.
In 1998 he took retirement after he got a neck injury.
Following this, he has been working as a broadcaster and actor. He was part of the Harry Potter Franchise playing the role of half-giant Hagrid. Also, he acted in Jonathan Liebesman Wrath of the Titans as cyclops.
As a presenter, he has worked as a rugby correspondent for BBC Radio 5 Live. In 2007 and 2011 he worked as a presenter for ITV’s coverage of World Cups.
From his career, he has collected a net worth of $1 million as of 2021.
Apart from this, he is actively involved in charity. He is an Honorary President of the Wooden Spoon Society. It is a rugby charity that supports disadvantaged children and young people.