|Birth Day||March 6, 1956|
|Age||64 YEARS OLD|
One of the premier English openers of his era, he played domestically for four sides from 1974-2002.
He attended Millfield School as a youth, where he began his cricketing.
He committed suicide after being accused of sexual assault.
He grew up with five siblings.
He was the figure of controversy in 1968 when Somerset chose to keep him instead of fan favorite Viv Richards.