About JC Buttler
JC Buttler or Joseph Charles Buttler is 28 years old English right-handed batsman and wicket keeper. He is known for being appointed as vice-captain of the England cricket team for 2019 Cricket World Cup and also for being the recipient of NBC Denis Compton Award for two times.
JC Buttler was born on 8th September, 1990 in Taunton, Somerset, England as Joseph Charles Buttler to John and Patricia Buttler. He was raised in his family with two more siblings; Jimmie Gosser and Joanne Vickers. He attended Hugh Sexey C Of E Middle School and King’s College to complete his education and getting introduced to competitive cricket at an early age. He also played in Somerset’s youth teams at the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 levels. His other personal interests include playing tennis, football and squash.
JC Buttler got started with cricket in very early age. He was considered to be a prolific run-scorer in school and junior cricket achieving better ranks from his consistent batting. He joined the domestic club named Somerset and
played for Second XI making a mark of success for the shorter formats. In 2009, he made his first class debut by replacing Justin Langer on injury basis. In next season he managed to make his spot in the eleven Somerset line-up by scoring 440 runs at an average of 55 in the CB40 series. In 2010, he got the Young Wisden School Cricketer of the Year award followed by his selection in the T20 squad against India and West Indies. His next game came up against Sri Lanka for the England Lions followed by ODI debut against Pakistan in 2012. He also marked his presence in England’s Champions Trophy campaign in 2013 and in England’s T20 WC campaign in Bangladesh. He has also played for various leagues like IPL (Indian Premier League) where he has played for Mumbai Indians in 2016 giving them a good start but in 2018 he was roped in by Rajasthan Royals, Australian Big Bash League (BBL) and Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
• He has scored the fastest ODI century by an Englishman in 46 balls.
• He has scored nine List A and five first class centuries for England in ODI in April 2019.
There are rumours about him dating with Louise Webber.
It is estimated to be around $8 million.