Adrian G. Griffiths

About Adrian G. Griffiths

Who is it?: Actor, Stunts, Director
Birth Day: November 27, 1959
Birth Place:  Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Birth Sign: Leo
Full name: Adrian David Griffiths
Batting: Right-handed
Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium
1991–1996: Wales Minor Counties
CompetitionList AMatchesRuns scoredBatting average100s/50sTop scoreBalls bowledWicketsBowling average5 wickets in innings10 wickets in matchBest bowlingCatches/stumpings: Competition List A Matches 2 Runs scored 6 Batting average 6.00 100s/50s –/– Top score 6 Balls bowled 102 Wickets 4 Bowling average 21.75 5 wickets in innings – 10 wickets in match – Best bowling 3/57 Catches/stumpings 1/– 266.00–/–6102421.75––3/571/–
Matches: 2
Runs scored: 6
Batting average: 6.00
100s/50s: –/–
Top score: 6
Balls bowled: 102
Wickets: 4
Bowling average: 21.75
5 wickets in innings:
10 wickets in match:
Best bowling: 3/57
Catches/stumpings: 1/–

Adrian G. Griffiths Net Worth

Adrian G. Griffiths was born on November 27, 1959 in  Brantford, Ontario, Canada, is Actor, Stunts, Director. Adrian G. Griffiths celebrated his fifth birthday by watching Man take his first steps on the Moon. Based in Toronto, he has been involved in the film industry since 1983, as an actor, as a coach, as a writer, and as a director. He is a single father of a beautiful daughter whose existence informs all aspects of his life. Today he can be found putting the finishing touches on the Great North American Screenplay, or in his workshop, toiling on one of several inventions-in-the-making.
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💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Griffiths made his debut for Wales Minor Counties in the 1990 MCCA Knockout Trophy against Shropshire. He played Minor counties cricket for Wales Minor Counties from 1990 to 1996, which included 39 Minor Counties Championship matches and eight MCCA Knockout Trophy matches. In 1993, he made his List A debut against Sussex, in the NatWest Trophy. He played a further List A match for the team, against Middlesex in the 1994 NatWest Trophy. In his two List A matches, he scored six runs, while with the ball he took four wickets at a bowling average of 21.75, with best figures of 3/57.