Known for movies
Stephen Donald is a former professional rugby union player who represented New Zealand in the sport. He played fly-half for the All Blacks, and also played Super Rugby for the Chiefs and Crusaders. He is best known for kicking the winning points in the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final, which New Zealand won 8-7 against France.
Donald was born in Huntly, New Zealand, on 11 March 1985. He was raised in the Waikato town of Ngaruawahia, and attended Ngaruawahia High School. He played his club rugby for Hamilton Marist, and was selected for the Waikato provincial team in 2003.
Donald made his All Blacks debut in 2008, and was a member of the squad that won the 2011 Rugby World Cup. He came on as a replacement in the final, and kicked the winning points with a drop goal in the 79th minute. Donald was named man of the match for his performance.
After the World Cup, Donald retired from international rugby. He continued to play Super Rugby for the Chiefs and Crusaders, before retiring from professional rugby in 2015.
Donald has a net worth of $5 million. He earned his fortune from his rugby career, and also from endorsements and sponsorships. Donald is married to Sarah Donald, and they have two children together.
|Full Name||Stephen Donald|
|Education||University of Auckland, University of Waikato, Wesley College, Auckland|
|Accident Man||2017||pre-production||Poison Pete|
|Doctors||2014||TV Series||Luke Wilton|
|Holby City||2013||TV Series||Len Kilburn|
|Waving at Trains||2009||Short||Richard|
|Martina Cole's Lady Killers||2008||TV Series documentary||Ian Brady|
|The Bill||2004||TV Series||Danny Murray|
|Clocking Off||2000||TV Series||Young Guy|
|Always and Everyone||1999||TV Series||Boyfriend|
|Springhill||1996||TV Series||Nick Freeman (2)|
|Brookside||1995||TV Series||Carl Banks|
|Mole's Christmas||1994||TV Short voice|
|Screen Two||1992||TV Series||Animal activist|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia