Nathan McCullum Net Worth 2022

Nathan Leslie McCullum commonly known as Nathan McCullum is a former cricketer who belongs to Kiwi origins. Nathan represented New Zealand in limited overs cricket only.

Nathan belongs to a cricketing family. His father Stuart McCullum is a former legendary cricketer and his brother is Brendon McCullum.

Nathan was a bowling all-rounder. He was a right handed batsman and a right arm off break bowler.

Nathan played for Otago Volts in domestic cricket. Nathan made his first class debut for Oatago at a very early age.

Nathan had a reputation for his T20 cricketing ability. He played for many domestic and franchise cricket teams over the years.

With all the great performances Nathan also gained a lot of fame and wealth. In 2021 it is estimated that Nathan’s net worth is approximately USD 5.5 million.

Nathan was a crucial player for New Zealand in limited overs cricket. He played many matches for them and helped them to win many crucial matches over time. He was bound to New Zealand’s cricket board with many mouth watering contracts. He pocketed a total of USD 1 million from the board.

Nathan played for Otago in domestic cricket. He played for this team for a very long time. At the early times he got around USD 60K as salary. But as the time passed his salary increased with his performance. He got USD 200K for each season as salary from Otago when he was at the top of his form.

Nathan started his IPL career back in 2011 with the team called Pune Warriors India and he got INR 4.6 million for each season. The next season he got INR 5.03 million as salary from the same team. In 2013 Nathan switched teams and joined Sunrisers Hyderabad. He pocketed INR 5.33 million for that season.

Nathan also played for Sydney Sixers for two consecutive seasons. He got around USD 180K from them for each season.

Nathan also played many other domestic and franchise cricket tournaments and accumulated a good amount of wealth.

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