David Pocock Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary, Height & More

David Pocock Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary & More read all about him in this article.David Pocock is an Australian politician and former professional rugby union player. In the 2022 Australian federal election, Pocock ran as an independent candidate for one of the Australian Capital Territory's two Senate seats.

David Pocock Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary, Height & More
David Pocock

In the Super Rugby competition, he primarily competed as an openside flanker for the Brumbies and served as vice captain of the team. After he retired, Pocock began a career as an advocate for social justice and environmental preservation. During the federal election in Australia that took place in 2022, Pocock ran as an independent candidate for one of the two Senate seats that were available in the Australian Capital Territory.

David Pocock Wiki/ Biography

Pocock was born on April 23, 1988. He began playing rugby while attending Midlands Christian College. Pocock attended Brisbane's Anglican Church Grammar School. He was a member of the school's undefeated premiership-winning first XV in 2005, alongside future Australia teammate Quade Cooper. He was chosen to play for the Australian Schoolboys team the same year.

Real Name David Willmer Pocock
Birthdate 23 April 1988
Age (2022) 34 years
Place of Birth Transvaal
Nationality Australian 
Ethnicity Mixed
Religion Not Known
Education Graduation
Profession Australian politician and former professional rugby union player

David Pocock Family

Father Name Andy Pocock
Mother Name Jane Pocock
Siblings Steve Pocock, Mike Pocock
Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner Emma Palandri (m. 2018)
Children None
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update 2022

David Pocock Parents 

David Pocock was Born to his parents Andy Pocock and Jane Pocock. His Father's name is Andy Pocock and his mother's name is Jane Pocock.He has two brothers Steve Pocock, Mike Pocock.He is the oldest of three.

Pocock's parents moved north to Gweru when he was a child, joining his paternal grandfather and uncle on a 2,800-hectare mixed farm that grew vegetables and flowers for export while also running cattle. Pocock's parents immigrated in Australia. In 2002, they were granted Australian visas and relocated to Brisbane..

David Pocock Partner / Wife & Children

David Pocock is a Married man. He married with his beautiful wife Emma Palandri in 2018.As per report David Pocock and his wife Emma vow not to have children because they want to save the planet.

David Pocock Net Worth

David Pocock net Worth is $2 Million in 2022.As an Australian politician and former professional rugby union player he earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle.

Name David Pocock
Net Worth $2 Million
Income / Salary Per Years Will Update Soon
Income Source Australian politician and former professional rugby union player
Last Update 2022

David Pocock Ethnicity, Nationality

David Pocock Ethnicity is Mixed and he holds the Australian Nationality.

David Pocock Height, Weight

David Pocock is stand for 1.84 m Tall and his weight is 115 kg. He have a Very fit body and good personality.

David Pocock Career Highights

Pocock made his Force debut in 2006 against the Sharks in Durban. Pocock was man of the match for Australian Schoolboys and Australia A in the 2007 IRB Pacific Nations Cup. In 2008, he made his Australia debut as a substitute against the Barbarians.

Pocock made his test debut against New Zealand in Hong Kong in 2008, then played against Italy and the Barbarians. In the same year, he captained the Australian U20s at the Junior World Championships in Wales and the Emirates Western Force on a tour of England.

Pocock became the Wallabies' openside flanker in 2010. He got the 2010 John Eales Medal, Australia's highest honour. Pocock was nominated for 2010 IRB Player of the Year, awarded to the world's greatest rugby player.

Pocock became Wallabies captain in 2012 while James Horwill was injured.After 2012's Super Rugby season, he joined the ACT Brumbies.Michael Hooper replaced him in 2013 after he had knee surgery.

In 2014, in his third game back after knee reconstruction, he tore his ACL and underwent another surgery in late March. Pocock and Nic White were named vice-captains of the Brumbies on January 15.

He played in all three games of the 2015 Rugby Championship, which Australia won for the first time since the 2011 Tri Nations Series.

Pocock scored two tries in Australia's 2015 Rugby World Cup opener, a 28–13 win against Fiji, and also scored a try in a loss to the New Zealand All Blacks.

Pocock inked a 3-year deal with the Panasonic Wild Knights in May 2016. The arrangement was constructed to make him eligible to play for Australia in the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Pocock retired from rugby on October 23, 2020 to focus on conservation.In December 2021, Pocock declared he would compete for the Senate in the upcoming federal election.

On 18 March 2022, "David Pocock" was successfully registered with the Australian Electoral Commission and featured on the Senate ballot.Pocock opposes the Labor government's defunding of the ABCC in 2022.