Steve Smith – Bio, Wiki, Career, Age, Height, Social Media Accounts, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Controversies, Facts, and More


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Steve Smith

Steven Peter Devereux Smith is a former Australian international cricketer and coach of the Australian national team in all three formats. Smith is recognized as the best Test batsman of the modern era. In addition to being one of the greatest players in the sport’s history. Moreover, Steve Smith has drawn comparisons to Don Bradman due to his high-Test batting average, ICC All-Time striking ranking of No.2 (second only to the Don), playing style, and is dubbed “the best since Bradman.”

Smith was an important player of the Australian teams that won the 2015 and 2023 Cricket World Cups, the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup, and the final of the 2023 ICC World Test Championship.

Steve Smith Intro


Steve was born on 2 June 1989. Devereux Smith was initially recruited for Australia as a right-arm leg spinner, although he later merely played. After appearing in five matches from 2010 to 2011, he returned to the Australian team in 2013, before taking over the position of captain from Michael Clarke in late 2015, playing mainly at number 3 or 4.

Steve Smith Bio


Steve is a talented and active Australian international cricketer. Therefore, his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter account has over a million followers. Aside from that, he has an official YouTube account, where he shares new content to keep his millions of lovers updated, and he has appeared on multiple fan pages.

Instagram3.6M Subscribers
YouTube 139k Subscribers
Twitter1.9M Subscribers
Facebook5.5M Subscribers
TikTokUpdate soon
Steve Smith Social Media Accounts


His full name is Steven Peter Devereux Smith, but everyone calls him Steve Smith. His weight is 78 kg, 171 lbs, and he is 5 feet 9 inches tall. Additionally, his Cobalt Blue eyes and Medium Ash Blonde hair add to his personality. People are fascinated by his facts all around the world, thus, providing a list of brief wiki facts about Peter Devereux Smith.

Full NameSteve Peter Devereux Smith
Nick NameSchmidt, Smudge, Smithy
Date of Birth2 June, 1989
Zodiac SignGemini
Age35 years in 2024
BirthplaceSydney, New South Wales, Australia
Home TownSydney, New South Wales, Australia
Current ResidenceAustralia
Religion Christianity, Catholic
EducationAlfords Point Primary School,
Menai High School, Sutherland Shire High School dropout
Eye ColorLight Blue
Hair ColorBlonde
Body MeasurementChest- 40 inches
Waist- 32 inches
Biceps- 12 inches
Weight Kilogram- 78 Kg
Pounds- 171 Ibs
HeightFeet inches 5 feet 9 inches
Centimeters 175 cm
Meters 1.75 m
Net worth$30 Million
Watching Tennis
Scuba Diving
Marital StatusMarried 
Steve Smith Wiki


Smith zodiac sign is Gemini like Sam Curran, Morgan Freeman and Donald Trump. Moreover, he is one of the celebrities who has revealed some characteristics like being fast learner, responsible, kind, clear communicator and intelligent


Devereux Smith was born on 2 June 1989 in Sydney, New South Wales in Australia. In addition, he will be 35 years old by 2024. Furthermore, Smith began his studies at Alfords Point Primary School, then Menai High School, Sutherland Shire and After that, he dropout High School. 

Steve Smith Age


Smith was born on June 2, 1989, in Kogarah, Sydney, to a chemistry degree in Australian. His father’s name is Peter Smith. Moreover, his mother’s name is Gillian Smith, who is and an English mother. Smith completed Menai High School before leaving at 17 to play cricket in England for Sevenoaks Vine during the Kent Cricket League. In addition, he performed so effectively for Sevenoaks that he was selected for Surrey’s second XI.

FatherPeter Smith
MotherGillian Smith
SisterKristie Smith (Elder)
Steve Smith Family


Steve played for Australia in 2008. According to 19 Cricket World Championship in Malaysia. He scored 114 runs and got seven wickets in four matches during the competition.

On January 25, 2008, Smith earned his debut in first-class cricket for New South Wales, playing against Western Australia, which took place at the SCG. He hit 33 runs in his sole inning as New South Wales easily trounced Western Australia. Smith scored 33 runs and got two wickets in the final match against Trinidad & Tobago in Hyderabad.

Steve Smith Career


In February 2010, Steve earned his international cricket start as a leg spinner over Pakistan in a Twenty20 international match in Melbourne.

In the following month, he made his one-day international appearance against the West Indies, also in Melbourne, in the series’ fifth match.

Australia finished second to England in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 tournament hosted in the West Indies. Furthermore, Smith finished the tournament as the tournament’s joint-second-highest wicket-taker, with 11 wickets in seven contests at an average of 14.81.

Smith got his first Test appearance at Lord’s in England in July 2010, playing both Tests over Pakistan in England’s 2010 Test series. Moreover, Steven chosed merely for his throwing and batted down the order, even though his playing did not matter in the first innings.

Peter Devereux grabbed three wickets for 51 runs in his second innings as Australia scored by 150 runs. Furthermore, he was called to bowl ten overs in the following Test and got no wickets, despite playing an impressive contribution as a bat in the second part of the match.

He scored 77 runs off successive deliveries. Smith’s outfield play drew attention throughout the 2009-2010 season, including some amazing catches.

During the 2010-11 Australian summer, Smith performed three Tests in the Ashes series, this time as a batter, occupying the number six slot in the order. Throughout the series, he played well, gaining a few starts and scoring a half. Moreover, Smith failed to appear in another Test almost two years after the 2010-11 Ashes, with his next series against India in March 2013.

Steve Smith International career journey

Australian Captaincy 

Smith appointed entirely captain of the Australian Test squad when Michael Clarke retired following Australia’s 3-2 loss in the 2015 Ashes series. David Warner, a fellow New South Welshman.

Moreover, he has been named as his vice-captain. Then came a three-match home series versus New Zealand. Moreover, Smith scored 48 and 1 during the initial Test in Brisbane, as the Australians played across for an innings victory in a high-scoring contest. Smith hit 27 in the initial innings of the second Test before overflowing out of the chains with 138 on the second.

Smith’s first-ever second-innings century; all of his previous hundreds had come in the initial innings of a Test match. Australia then drew the second Test. A three-Test series versus the West Indies was scheduled to follow the New Zealand series. Smith got out behind on 10 throughout the first inning of the first Test, and did not bat again due to Australia’s domination.

The captain had a good second Test, batting 134* and 70* in each innings as Australia won the series. The final Test was a washout due to inclement weather, with just a little play possible.

Smith received the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy (ICC Cricketer of the Year) and the ICC Test Player of the Year award in 2015. In addition, he also won the Allan Border Medal, Australian Test Player of the Year, and Australian One-Day International Player of the Year in the same year. ESPN cricinfo also named him to its Test XI for 2015.

Smith handed a national deal by Australian Cricket for the 2019-20 season after missing the 2018-19 season. Smith appeared in Australia’s first Cricket World Cup match, against Afghanistan, on June 1, 2019, at the County Cricket Ground in Bristol.

Devereux Smith hit 85 runs against England in the semifinal contest on July 11, 2019, becoming the second batter after Sachin Tendulkar was the first to make four 50+ scores in Cricket World Cup holes. Furthermore, he achieved 379 runs at a score of 37.90 in the competition, including four fifties.

Steve Smith Australian Captaincy


Smith net worth is approximately $30 million.

Steve Smith Net worth


Throughout Steve’s brilliant career, an outstanding Australian international cricketer and former captain of the Australian national team, Moreover, he has acquired a net worth of around $30 million or Rs. 240 Crore. Smith is best known for his achievements on the cricket pitch, where he has established himself as one of the best batsmen of his time. This year he celebrated his 34th birthday.

Steve Smith Source of income


Smith began dating Dani Willis, a Macquarie University commerce and law student, in 2011. In June 2017, both of them announced their engagement during a vacation in New York. Both were married on September 15, 2018, in Berrima, New South Wales. Smith loves the Sydney Roosters of the National Rugby League.

Marital Status Married 
WifeDanielle Willis
ChildrenUpdate soon
Steve Smith Marital Status


Steve shared some of his favorite films during the interviews as he talked about his favorite TV shows, favorite food, favorite restaurants, and favorite hobbies. Let’s see what these are.

Favorite FilmLost in the New York: Home Alone 2 
Favorite MusiciansFlorence & The Machine
Little Birdy
Vampire Weekend
La Roux
The Killers 
Favorite TV showsLas Vegas, CSI, Two and a Half Men, One Tree Hill
Favorite AthletesRickey Ponting
Roger Federer
Shane Warne
Favorite FoodChicken Schnitzel, Acai
Favorites RestaurantClovelly Hotel in Sydney
Favorite Hobbies Baseball
Watching Tennis
Scuba Diving
Steve Smith Favorites


Steve took a superb catch in the slips of Pakistani batsman Fawad Alam, which was a bit controversial because Smith got to the ball before the hitter played the stroke, but it was ultimately declared a good catch.

Australia’s Cameron Bancroft appeared on camera injuring the ball with a little yellow piece (ball-tampering) on the third day of the third Test match between Australia and South Africa on March 24, 2018.

Bancroft admitted at the press conference following the day’s play that he was attempting to change the ball having yellow tape connected to some cushions, with captain Steve well knowing of it as it was arranged over the lunch break by the team’s “leadership group.” Following an inquiry, Cricket Australia suspended Smith and David Warner from international and national matches for and Cameron Bancroft for nine months.

Steve Smith Controversy


  • Smith’s batting performance in international cricket helped him earn the esteemed “Allan Border Medal” three times in 2015,2018, and 2021. 
  • In 2015, the most recognized cricket magazine “Wisden” acknowledged the international cricketer of the year.
  • Australia has been led by the modern-day great in every form. Smith has won 47 games out of 93 in his three years as captain in 2015-2018, for a win average of 50.53. 
  • Smith earned the second-highest score (947) in ICC Test ranking history in 2017. Sir Don Bradman has the highest test rating of any player, 961.
  • Steven Smith made his international debut as a leg spinner against Pakistan in a T20 match at the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) in 2010. He finished his four-over spell with 2/34. Smith has scored 794 hits in 45 T20 appearances so far. 
  • Smith completed the 2010 T20 World Cup as the equal second-highest wicket-taker, with 11 wickets in seven games. 
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