Chris Parker Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Girlfriend and Career

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He is well-known across the world for His profession and passion. With a great and humble nature, He won people’s hearts.

Chris Parker was born on 5 December 1982 in Winlaton, United Kingdom. Now, He is 39 years old . He was born and raised with His family in Winlaton, United Kingdom.

Chris Parker Bio and Wiki

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Chris Parker Age, Birthdate, Religion, Debut and Birthplace

He grew up with His family & friends in Winlaton, United Kingdom. Since His childhood He was very intelligent. Chris Parker is 39 years old .

Date of Birth 5 December 1982
Age 39 years old
Birthplace Winlaton, United Kingdom
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Hometown Winlaton, United Kingdom
Hobby Crafting
Nationality (Country) United Kingdom
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
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Chris Parker Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Chris Parker height in Feet: 4 feet 3 inch
Meter: 1.29m
CentiMeters: 129.5cm tall and He weight is Pound:126 lbs
Kilograms: 57 KG. Chris Parker body measurements are 35-22-28 and He has a great body shape.

His hair color is Sparkling Amber and He has a gorgeous eye with Gray color.

Height Feet: 4 feet 3 inch
Meter: 1.29m
CentiMeters: 129.5cm
Weight Pound:126 lbs
Kilograms: 57 KG
Body Measurement 35-22-28
Hair Color Sparkling Amber
Eye Color Gray

Chris Parker Net Worth, Salary and Monthly Income

Chris Parker net worth is $20 Million – $21 Million USD, He is very passionate about His profession. He believes that His profession is His religion.

Chris Parker monthly income is $11000 – $13000 USD and His earning sources are advertisements, brand deals, business, etc.

Net Worth $20 Million – $21 Million USD
Net Worth (Previous Year) $15 Million – $17.5 Million USD
Salary (Monthly Income) $11000 – $13000 USD

Chris Parker, Wife, Girlfriend, Children, Siblings and Family

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Marital Status Unmarried
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Chris Parker Favorite Thing

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Favorite Car Tesla
Favorite Color Gray
Favorite Bike KAWASAKI ZX-10R
Favorite Place Dubai
Favorite Book One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Favorite Movie The Departed (2006)
Favorite Song Smells Like Teen Spirit
Favorite Food Goulash
Favorite Sport Basketball
Favorite Perfume Hermes
Favorite Pet Rabbits

Chris Parker Career and Unknown Facts

During the 2013 pre-season Gateshead Storm Head Coach Gareth Barron relocated to London and Parker was promoted to the Head Coach position of the Gateshead Storm open age side. He would combine this role with that of the U14s to ensure their continued progress.

In his first Season in charge of Gateshead Storm Open Age Parker guided his side to the 2013 North East Premier League Leaders’ Shield, were crowned 2013 North East Cup Winners with a 24-16 win over Jarrow Vikings before sealing the treble with a 33-16 win again over Jarrow Vikings in the North East Premier Grand Final at Peterlee Pumas, Helford Rd.

Parker took control of his first Maltese side when the Malta XIII played 1 Mercian Regt (The British Army) on 8 July 2013 at Melita FC, Pembroke, Malta. Parker took the role of Captain/Coach taking the teams pre-game sessions and making the final call on the teams selection. The Maltese side won a tough game 26-24 with Chris scoring two tries, helping his side win the 2013 DoveCare+Men Summer Trophy.

Gateshead Storm 2013 Appearances: 12 Tries:3 Conversions: 5

North East Premier League Leaders’ Shield Winners 2013

Malta XIII vs 1 Mercian Regt (British Army), 2013 DoveCare+Men Summer Trophy, Won 26-24 Try:2 Conversion:0

2013 Gateshead Storm Open Age Played: 18 Won:17 Lost:1 Drawn:0

North East Premier League Leaders’ Shield Winners 2013

2013 Gateshead Storm U14s Played: 13 Won:11 Lost:2 Drawn:0

Parker captained Malta to a 24 – 12 victory against Denmark in 2012, the game being the first of a two-game series between the countries. In the second leg in Copenhagen 29 September 2012, Malta took the series with an emphatic 12 – 74 win with Captain Parker amongst the try scorers on the day.

In May 2012 after making 5 appearances for Gateshead Thunder Chris decided to call it a day and retire from semi-professional rugby, he returned to his roots and joined North East Conference side Gateshead Storm as player/assistant coach and U13s Head Coach. In his first season back at Gateshead Storm Chris helped them reach the 2012 North East cup final and despite tearing his pectoral away from the bone he picked up the man of the match award against Jarrow Vikings .

In 2012 Parker has also stepped up his efforts to help the Malta by setting up the Maltese Exiles, a side made up of Maltese Heritage rugby league players who play in fixtures around the UK in an effort to raise awareness of the MRL, the exiles were 34 – 12 winners in their first ever game against Leeds Akkies, Parker scoring a try in the fixture. Parker then took the Maltese exiles to the Un-official Exiles world Cup held in Leeds (8/09/12) where the Exiles finished 3rd in the Competition losing out to top spot in their group in a thrilling match against Fiji UK.

In 2012 Parker finished his first season as Head Coach of the Gateshead Storm Under-13s with the Under-13s North East Cup winners and the North East 9s winners to his name and was awarded the 2012 Under-13s Coach of the year at the North East Junior Presentation awards at the stadium of light,Sunderland.

Parker was appointed head coach of Newcastle University Rugby League for the students 2012-2013 season and got off to a winning start in his first game beating Liverpool John Moores University 76-0. The Newcastle University side continued on a 10-game unbeaten run seeing off Leeds Mets 2nds 4-19, Edge Hill 18-0, Liverpool 12-20, Sheffield 62-18, Liverpool John Moore 16-23, Leeds Mets 2nds 42-14, Edge Hill 12-22 and a 42-12 victory over Liverpool to seal the league title. The Newcastle side also dispatched Nottingham Trent Uni 16-32 in the quarter finals of the cup but Leeds Met Uni were too strong in the semi-finals, Newcastle losing 60-0. A tough Stan Calvert game saw Newcastle lose to Northumbria University 32-16.

Gateshead Storm Career from 2012 season Appearances: 21 Tries:2 Conversions: 5

2012 Gateshead Storm U13s Played: 15 Won:14 Lost:1 Drawn:0

Newcastle University 2012-2013 Played: 12 Won:10 Lost:2 Drawn:0

BUCS Rugby League 2012-2013 – National North Champion

In 2011 Chris Parker was named the 2009-2010 Ray Morris Medal Winner by the Malta Rugby League (MRL), commonly known as Maltese Player of the Year. He also took over the reins of the Maltese National Team Captain from the retiring Daniel Grima, the first game under his captaincy saw the Maltese team put in a strong performance in their first game of the European Shield against Germany on 24 July 2011 but unfortunately the German side were too strong for the 15-man Maltese Squad taking the game 36-12, Parker scoring one of the Maltese two tries.

Chris has also been coaching rugby union side Blaydon at U13s (2011–2012) and U14s (2012–2013).

After the holding company of Gateshead Thunder decided to wind up all contract were cancelled, Chris re-signed for the newly formed Gateshead Thunder side to play in Championship One in 2010. In 2010 Chris made 24 appearances for Gateshead Thunder, only missing one game for a Malta fixture against Norway.

On 4 June 2010 Parker helped Malta come from 10-0 down mid way through the first half to defeat Norway, 30-20 to take the Rugby League European Federation Bowl at the Victor Tedesco Stadium, Hamrun.

Chris made his début for the Malta national rugby league team on 3 October 2009 in the 36–28 win over Bamber Bridge RLFC and was named vice-captain by caretaker coach Anthony Micallef. Chris also scored his first try for the country and added the extras from the resulting kick.

Chris featured in a few games in the 2007 season most notably receiving man of the match against Celtic Crusaders in the final game of the season, Chris also was rewarded with a one-year contract for the 2008 season. In 2008 Gateshead Thunder, transformed from a bottom of the league side to a National League Two winning side attaining promotion to the newly named Championship. Chris was awarded the most improved player for 2008 and was given a new one-year deal for 2009. Chris started the 2009 season well playing 18 consecutive games scoring his first ever Gateshead Thunder. try against Rochdale Hornets in the Northern Rail Cup and adding to his tally with a well taken try in front of the sky sports cameras against the Sheffield Eagles. Chris spent the last part of the 2009 season as Gateshead’s 18th man. Chris finished the 2009 with some positive news, signing a 2-year contract extension and receiving a call up to the Malta national rugby league team for a friendly international against touring English side Bamber Bridge RLFC.

Chris started his rugby career at Blaydon RUFC at 15 years old. Having stints at Newcastle Falcons Academy and representing his county. In 2000 he joined the British Army, Royal Signals Corps. During his six years service he represented the Royal Corps of Signals in both rugby union and league as well as representing the army rugby league at U-21 level and the combined services academy.

Christopher Parker (born 5 December 1982, in Winlaton, Gateshead) is a former professional rugby league footballer. A prop forward, he made over 100 appearances for Gateshead Thunder, and captained the Malta national rugby league team.

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FAQs About Chris Parker

What is Chris Parker’s Net worth?

Ans. Chris Parker net worth is $20 Million – $21 Million USD.

How old Chris Parker is?

Ans. Chris Parker is 39 years old .

What is the birthdate of Chris Parker?

Ans. He was born on 5 December 1982.

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