Danny Law Net Worth
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$43’000’000. *This information was provided by Aline Peregrino, 59 years old. From Fulda, Indiana
$47’000’000. *This information was provided by Lonee Wiseman, 22 years old. Job: (Inspection Supervisor I). From Point Lookout, New York
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How Tall is Danny Law?
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1,83m.**This information was provided by Ephraim Klancher, 23 years old. From Beaver, Oklahoma.
1,69m.***This information was provided by Royall Rand, 26 years old. From Allred, Tennessee.
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63kg.**This information was provided by Roselin, 51 years old. From Hallettsville, Texas.
79kg.***This information was provided by Rustin, 34 years old. Job: (Commanding Officer, Investigation Division). From Jeanerette, Louisiana.
Danny Law information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1975-07-15
Danny Law (born July 15, 1975) is a former English cricketer. Born in Lambeth, Law played for Sussex, Essex and Durham between 1993 and 2003.During his debut List A performance for Sussex in June 1995, he managed to finish not out at number six by the close of innings in a 10-run victory. As he fell down the Sussex pecking order, he found himself out of the side in 1997, and instead playing for Essex, for whom, on his debut, in April 1997, he finished as expensive a bowler as he proved a pushover of a batsman, bowling two overs for 26 runs.During his ten-year career, he scored fifteen half-centuries and two centuries, at a 20.35 average. He conceded exactly 7000 first-class bowling runs in all first-class matches, finishing eight times with a five-wicket haul.