What is Chris Gayle’s Net Worth?

How Rich is Chris Gayle

Hos much is Chris Gayle worth?

The cricket player has amassed a net worth of $40 million.

Chris Gayle – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $40 million
Date of birth: September 21, 1979 (44 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 188
Profession: Cricket Player

Biography – A Short Wiki

Captain of the West Indies’ Test side from 2007 to 2010, during which time he recorded two triple-centuries. He set a number of records during his career, once recording the highest individual T20 score (175 not out) in a match.

He played with Kingston’s renowned Lucas Cricket Club, which he said saved him from a life on the streets.

Because of an endorsement deal with a rival of the team’s sponsor, he and a number of other players were cut from an international match against South Africa in 2005. He recorded centuries in ODI, Test, and T20I play.


Gayle has started his career in the field of cricket. He had made his first debut while playing for the national team in the year 1998 when he was just 19 years old. Later, he appeared for the one-day International series and scored his first six in that series. After, he became the destructive player of West Indies and scored his first century with 175 runs and made the record for the open runs partnership.

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Personal Life

His father is Dudley Gayle and he has a brother named Vanclive Parris. He had a daughter with partner Natasha Berridge in 2016.

He and Kumar Sangakkara played together on the Jamaica Tallawahs of the Caribbean Premier League.


“You start off slowly, getting ‘better and ‘better, getting that confidence in yourself. It brought that out of me which I had inside but, you know, didn’t want to express it – but as a captain you have to.”

— Chris Gayle

“Black lives matter just like any other life.”

— Chris Gayle

“As West Indians we have always been disrespected. As soon as we fight back they make it look like we are the bad one in the media. We’ve experienced these things over the years. So it’s no surprise.”

— Chris Gayle

“I’m disappointed people don’t recognise what I did in Test cricket. For an opening batsman to get two triple centuries? A lot of greats haven’t got one.”

— Chris Gayle

“I didn’t want to be captain, I wanted to have more free time. I didn’t want that added pressure at that particular time, but they actually insist, insist, insist, so I said OK. So I thought, just get on with it.”

— Chris Gayle