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Full Name Lewis Moody
Date of Birth June 12, 1978
Age 45 years, 9 months, 1 days
Profession Rugby Player
Birth City England
Country United Kingdom
Horoscope Gemini

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Lewis Moody Biography

Lewis Moody is one of the most popular and richest Rugby Player who was born on June 12, 1978 in England, United Kingdom. Former flanker for the Lancester Tigers, who led the team’s consecutive European Cup wins in 2001-2002.

Both he and He and Johnny Wilkinson both played on the English national team. were part of the English national team.

Moody scored two tries for England Colts against Wales in April 1997, and was a member of the side that won the Madrid Sevens at the end of that season. He was later called up to the senior team for the 1998–99 “tour from hell” but did not make an appearance.

Moody made his England debut against Canada on 2 June 2001, when the established internationals Neil Back and Richard Hill were touring Australia with the British and Irish Lions. He won a further two caps on the North American tour and scored a try against the US Eagles in San Francisco. He was then called up to the senior squad for the match against Ireland in Dublin in October 2001 and came on to win cap number four.

Annie, his wife and mother of two, was an interior designer.

NameLewis Moody
First NameLewis
Last NameMoody
OccupationRugby Player
BirthdayJune 12
Birth Year1978
Place of Birth
Home TownEngland
Birth CountryUnited Kingdom
Birth SignGemini
Full/Birth Name
FatherNot Available
MotherNot Available
SiblingsNot Available
SpouseAnnie Moody
Children(s)Not Available

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Continued impressive form saw him challenge his teammate, Neil Back, for the coveted England No.7 shirt, starting in two Six Nations games the following season. Moody displaced Lawrence Dallaglio from the first choice England XV for the 2002/3 autumn internationals scoring a try in the game against New Zealand, but was injured against South Africa and Dallaglio regained his place. He returned to fitness and again featured in Clive Woodward’s plans, but a further injury in the first Six Nations match against France threatened to curtail the rest of his season.

Lewis Moody Net Worth

Lewis Moody is one of the richest Rugby Player from United Kingdom. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Lewis Moody's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

At the age of five, he began playing mini rugby and was playing on his school’s sideline team by 12.

He was a top-ranked English player in rugby, winning the World Cup and Grand Slam in 2003.

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeRugby Player
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.
N.B: * means unconfirmed

He played a part in all seven World Cup matches and came on as a replacement in the final to replace Hill. He won the final line-out in the phase of play which led to Jonny Wilkinson’s winning drop goal. He missed the remaining 2003–4 season due to a foot injury. With the retirement of Dallaglio and Back, and Hill out injured, he started all three of England’s autumn internationals. Moody remained an England mainstay into 2005. That year he became the first English player to be sent off at Twickenham, when he was dismissed for fighting during the autumn international with Leicester teammate Alex Tuilagi.

Moody married Annie (an interior designer) in June 2006. The couple live in Bradford On Avon in Wiltshire and have a property development company. They have two children.

Lewis Moody's Height & Physical Stats

Lewis Moody height 6 ft 3 in Lewis weight 102 kg & body measurements will update soon.

Height6 ft 3 in
Weight102 kg
Body MeasurementsUnder Review
Eye ColorNot Available
Hair ColorNot Available
Feet/Shoe SizeNot Available

Moody was an unused replacement for the 2001 Heineken Cup Final but started the victorious 2002 Heineken Cup Final, and was a member of the Tigers side in the four Premiership winning seasons in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002. The arrival of New Zealand international openside Josh Kronfeld at Leicester in 2001, threatened to relegate Moody to third choice openside. However, Kronfeld failed to settle at the club and despite offers from Harlequins and Bath, Moody decided to stay. After the World Cup success in 2003, he suffered a stress fracture of his foot which took a long time to heal and kept him out of the remaining 2003–04 season. Moody made a return in October 2004, in the Heineken European Cup match against Calvisano.

Moody won his fifth Premiership medal in 2007, starting the final and scoring a try as Leicester defeated Gloucester.

Who is Lewis Moody Dating?

According to our records, Lewis Moody married to Annie Moody. As of February 1, 2024, Lewis Moody’s is not dating anyone.

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Having missed the 2007 Six Nations Championship through injury, Moody was selected as part of the England squad for the 2007 World Cup in France. Having been named to start a warm up match against France Moody suffered a further injury and consequently was left out of the starting line up for England’s first three games of the campaign. Following a disappointing start to the tournament Moody was called into the starting line up for the final pool match against Tonga, where he was lauded for England’s much improved competition at the breakdown.

Facts & Trivia

Lewis Ranked on the list of most popular Rugby Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in United Kingdom. Lewis Moody celebrates birthday on June 12 of every year.

He was picked for the 2008 Six Nations Championship and started in the first game against Wales but was substituted in the first half because of an Achilles tendon injury. He returned to play against the Barbarians in June 2009, but was subsequently dropped from the squad, and appeared in the England Saxons EPS for the 2009–10 Season. Club form and injuries to other opensides such as Tom Rees saw him regain his England starting position for the Autumn Internationals against Australia, Argentina, and New Zealand. He continued this form into the 2010 Six Nations Championship.

Why was Lewis Moody called Mad Dog?

Moody is known for the enthusiasm with which he plays the game, his willingness to chase down opponents and his ability to compete for possession at restarts, earning him the nickname “Mad Dog” from teammates and supporters.

Was Lewis Moody the captain of England?

The Bath flanker and former England captain, Lewis Moody, has announced his immediate retirement from rugby after an injury-affected career spanning 16 years in which he won a World Cup winners’ medal. The 33-year-old retired from international rugby after captaining England at the 2011 World Cup.

How good was Lewis Moody?

Lewis Moody is one of England rugby’s most decorated players, a World Cup winner in 2003, an icon at club level for Premiership Rugby’s Leicester Tigers, and former captain of his country. During his career, Lewis amassed over 250 senior appearances at club level, in addition to 71 caps for England.

Did Lewis Moody play for the Lions?

Moody made a total of five appearances for the Lions and he still remembers vividly how he felt when he first discovered he had been selected for the 2005 touring squad.

How tall is Lewis Moody?

6′ 3″

Key Events

  1. Lewis Walton Moody MBE (born 12 June 1978 in Ascot) is an English retired rugby union player..

  2. Moody scored two tries for England Colts against Wales in April 1997, and was a member of the side that won the Madrid Sevens at the end of that season..

  3. He was later called up to the senior team for the 1998–99 "tour from hell" but did not make an appearance..

  4. Moody made his England debut against Canada on 2 June 2001, when the established internationals Neil Back and Richard Hill were touring Australia with the British and Irish Lions..

  5. He was then called up to the senior squad for the match against Ireland in Dublin in October 2001 and came on to win cap number four. .

  6. Moody was an unused replacement for the 2001 Heineken Cup Final but started the victorious 2002 Heineken Cup Final, and was a member of the Tigers side in the four Premiership winning seasons in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002..

  7. The arrival of New Zealand international openside Josh Kronfeld at Leicester in 2001, threatened to relegate Moody to third choice openside..

  8. Moody displaced Lawrence Dallaglio from the first choice England XV for the 2002/3 autumn internationals scoring a try in the game against New Zealand, but was injured against South Africa and Dallaglio regained his place..

  9. He missed the remaining 2003–4 season due to a foot injury..

  10. After the World Cup success in 2003, he suffered a stress fracture of his foot which took a long time to heal and kept him out of the remaining 2003–04 season..

  11. He played for Leicester Tigers and Bath Rugby and was part of the 2003 World Cup winning side. .

  12. Moody made a return in October 2004, in the Heineken European Cup match against Calvisano. .

  13. Moody remained an England mainstay into 2005. That year he became the first English player to be sent off at Twickenham, when he was dismissed for fighting during the autumn international with Leicester teammate Alex Tuilagi. .

  14. Moody married Annie (an interior designer) in June 2006..

  15. Moody won his fifth Premiership medal in 2007, starting the final and scoring a try as Leicester defeated Gloucester..

  16. Having missed the 2007 Six Nations Championship through injury, Moody was selected as part of the England squad for the 2007 World Cup in France..

  17. He was injured for much of the 2008–2009 season, which was his Testimonial season for the club, but returned to play in the 73–3 win over Bristol, and featured in both the Heineken Cup final and the Guinness Premiership win..

  18. He was picked for the 2008 Six Nations Championship and started in the first game against Wales but was substituted in the first half because of an Achilles tendon injury..

  19. He returned to play against the Barbarians in June 2009, but was subsequently dropped from the squad, and appeared in the England Saxons EPS for the 2009–10 Season..

  20. The Tigers won the 2009–10 Guinness Premiership, beating Saracens 33–27 at Twickenham..

  21. Moody stayed fit for the entire 2009–2010 season, and even captained the side in the home fixture against Sale..

  22. In the 2010–2011 season, he joined Bath Rugby on a three-year deal along with Sam Vesty..

  23. He continued this form into the 2010 Six Nations Championship. .

  24. Moody captained England in their final 2010 Six Nations Championship match against France in Paris, replacing regular captain Steve Borthwick, who had to pull out due to injury..

  25. He was also named England Captain for the 2010 summer tour to Australia..

  26. Moody picked up a knee ligament injury in Bath's 55–16 win over Aironi in January 2011 but had been confident of making the England team for their opening Six Nations clash with Wales on 4 February. .

  27. Due to the knee injury he picked up in January 2011, Lewis missed the whole of the 2011 Six Nations tournament however Martin Johnson confirmed Lewis would be England captain for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, provided he was fit..

  28. On 23 October 2011, Lewis Moody announced his retirement from international rugby..

  29. Moody announced his retirement from rugby on 6 March 2012 with immediate effect due to injuries..

  30. In August 2012 Moody highlighted his battle with ulcerative colitis and the impact this had on his training..

  31. In May 2014, Lewis and his wife Annie set up The Lewis Moody Foundation, inspired by Joss Rowley-Stark, to fund groundbreaking research to improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours and give families a day out of the ordinary to lift spirits and create special memories..

  32. In August 2014, Moody was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardian opposing Scottish independence in the run-up to September's referendum on that issue..