Updated at June 8, 2023 by BirthdayDBs Team
|Full Name||Wayne Carey|
|Birthdate||May 27, 1971|
|Age (in 2023)||52 Years Old|
|Occupation||Australian Rules Footballer|
Wayne Carey is best known as Australian Rules Footballer who has born on May 27, 1971 in Australia. Currently, Wayne Carey is 52 years, 0 months and 12 days old. Wayne Carey will celebrate 53rd birthday on Monday, 27th of May 2024. Below the countdown to Wayne Carey upcoming birthday.
Australian rules footballer nicknamed "The King" who is widely regarded as one of the greatest players ever, earning seven All-Australian selections and four Syd Barker Medals as North Melbourne's best and fairest. He was named the Australian Football Media Association's Player of the Year in 1998 and won two AFL Premierships with the Kangaroos.
He was born in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales and got his start as a rugby league player. He turned to football at age 8.
Despite his success in football, he has struggled with substance abuse throughout his life. In February 2012, he was turned away from a speaking engagement at Barwon Prison after traces of cocaine were found on his clothing.
He has a daughter named Ella from his ex-wife Sally.
He and Andrew Swallow are both multiple-time recipients of the Syd Barker Medal.
Wayne Carey is 52 years old today.
Wayne Carey was born on May 27, 1971 in Australia.
Wayne Carey zodiac sign is Gemini.
Wayne Carey was best known as Australian Rules Footballer.
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Below are historical events that coincided with Wayne Carey's birthday including important historical events as well as births and deaths of historical figures.
|1971||The Dahlerau train disaster, the worst railway accident in West Germany, kills 46 people and injures 25 near Wuppertal.|
|1977||A plane crash at José Martí International Airport in Havana, Cuba, kills 67.|
|1971||Pakistani forces massacre over 200 civilians, mostly Bengali Hindus, in the Bagbati massacre.|
|1975||Dibbles Bridge coach crash near Grassington, in North Yorkshire, England, kills 33 - the highest ever death toll in a road accident in the United Kingdom.|
|1980||The Gwangju Massacre: Airborne and army troops of South Korea retake the city of Gwangju from civil militias, killing at least 207 and possibly many more.|
|1984||The Danube-Black Sea Canal is opened, in a ceremony attended by the Ceaușescus. It had been under construction since the 1950s.|
|1988||Somaliland War of Independence: Somali National Movement launches a major offensive against Somali government forces in Hargeisa and Burao, then second and third largest cities of Somalia.|
|1996||First Chechen War: Russian President Boris Yeltsin meets with Chechnyan rebels for the first time and negotiates a cease-fire.|
|1997||The 1997 Central Texas tornado outbreak occurs, spawning multiple tornadoes in Central Texas, including the F5 that killed 27 in Jarrell.|
|1998||Oklahoma City bombing: Michael Fortier is sentenced to 12 years in prison and fined $200,000 for failing to warn authorities about the terrorist plot.|
|2001||Members of the Islamist separatist group Abu Sayyaf seize twenty hostages from an affluent island resort on Palawan in the Philippines; the hostage crisis would not be resolved until June 2002.|
|2006||The 6.4 Mw Yogyakarta earthquake shakes central Java with an MSK intensity of VIII (Damaging), leaving more than 5,700 dead and 37,000 injured.|
|2016||Barack Obama is the first president of United States to visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and meet Hibakusha.|
|2017||Andrew Scheer takes over after Rona Ambrose as the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.|
|2018||Maryland Flood Event: A flood occurs throughout the Patapsco Valley, causing one death, destroying the entire first floors of buildings on Main Street in Ellicott City, and causing cars to overturn.|
|1988||The birth of Irina Davydova, Russian hurdler|
|1988||The birth of Garrett Richards, American baseball pitcher|
|1988||The birth of Tyler Sash, American football player (d. 2015)|
|1989||The birth of Igor Morozov, Estonian footballer|
|1989||The birth of Peakboy, South Korean rapper, record producer, and singer-songwriter|
|1990||The birth of Yenew Alamirew, Ethiopian runner|
|1990||The birth of Chris Colfer, American actor and singer|
|1990||The birth of Marcus Kruger, Swedish ice hockey player|
|1991||The birth of Sebastien Dewaest, Belgian footballer|
|1991||The birth of Tim Lafai, Samoan rugby league player|
|1991||The birth of Ksenia Pervak, Russian tennis player|
|1991||The birth of Eneli Vals, Estonian footballer|
|1992||The birth of Aaron Brown, Canadian sprinter|
|1992||The birth of Laurence Vincent-Lapointe, Canadian canoer|
|1997||The birth of Anna Bondar, Hungarian tennis player|
|2013||The death of Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri, Indian politician (b. 1917)|
|2013||The death of Bill Pertwee, English actor (b. 1926)|
|2013||The death of Abdoulaye Sékou Sow, Malian politician, Prime Minister of Mali (b. 1931)|
|2014||The death of Robert Genn, Canadian painter and author (b. 1936)|
|2014||The death of Helma Sanders-Brahms, German director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1940)|
|2014||The death of Roberto Vargas, Puerto Rican-American baseball player, coach, and manager (b. 1929)|
|2014||The death of Massimo Vignelli, Italian-American graphic designer (b. 1931)|
|2015||The death of Erik Carlsson, Swedish rally driver (b. 1929)|
|2015||The death of Nils Christie, Norwegian sociologist, criminologist, and author (b. 1928)|
|2015||The death of Andy King, English footballer and manager (b. 1956)|
|2015||The death of Michael Martin, American philosopher and academic (b. 1932)|
|2017||The death of Gregg Allman, American musician, singer and songwriter (b. 1947)|
|2018||The death of Gardner Dozois, American science fiction author and editor (b. 1947)|
|2020||The death of Larry Kramer, American playwright, public health advocate and LGBT rights activist (b. 1935)|
|2021||The death of Poul Schlüter, former Prime Minister of Denmark (b. 1929)|
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