Jason Behrendorff Height, Age, Bio, Parents, Wife, IPL & Facts

Jason Behrendorff Parents:

Australian fast bowler, Jason Behrendorff, born on April 20, 1990, in Camden. His mother’s name is Deanne Behrendorff.

Jason Behrendorff’s parents

And, his father’s name is Milton Behrendorff.

Jason Behrendorff’s siblings.

Jason has two siblings, a sister named Amy and a brother Luke Behrendorff. Luke, his elder brother, is an Australian Handball player.

Personal Life:

Jason Behrendorff is married to Juvelle Behrendorff since April 2014.

Jason Behrendorff’s wife and children

The couple has two sons – Harrison (the elder one) and Levi Behrendorff, born in December 2020.


He completed his High School at Alfred Deakin High School. He then attended Canberra College. Also, he studied sports science at Edith Cowan University.

Jason Behrendorff Height, Age & Bio:

Jason Behrendorff’s Profile:
Personal Life:
Full NameJason Paul Behrendorff
NicknameNot known
Date of BirthApril 20, 1990
Age34 years 1 months (in May, 2024)
Zodiac/Sun SignTaurus
Birth PlaceCamden, New South Wales, Australia.
SchoolAlfred Deakin High School
College/UniversityCanberra College and Edith Cowan University.
Physical Stats:
Height6ft. 4″”
(1.93 m)
(193 cm)
WeightNot known
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorBlue
Family & Relationships:
Milton Behrendorff
MotherDeanne Behrendorff
Siblings1 brother (Luke) and 1 sister (Amy)
Marital StatusMarried
WifeJuvelle Behrendorff
Children2 (Levi and Harrison)
Playing RoleBowler
Batting StyleRight-hand bat
Bowling StyleLeft arm fast medium
Major TeamsAustralia, Western Australia, Perth Scorchers, Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Test Debut
ODI Debut
Australia vs India at Sydney (January 12, 2019)
T20I DebutAustralia vs India at Ranchi (October 07, 2017)
First-Class DebutVictoria vs West Aust at Melbourne (November 11, 2011)
List-A DebutWest Aust vs Tasmania at Bunbury (February 19, 2011)
T-20 DebutScorchers vs Renegades at Perth (December 29, 2012)

Jason Behrendorff’s Cricket Career:

He started off his cricket career for the Australian Territory Capital (ACT). Between 2005 and 2009, he played different age-level cricket for the ACT, including under-17s and under-19s.

Behrendorff then joined Subiaco Floreat Cricket Club in 2011 and started playing domestic cricket for Western Australia.


Later, on February 19, 2011, he started his List-A career for Western Australia (WA) by playing against Tasmania in the Ryobi One Day Cup. He took one wicket in the match, and that too on the very first delivery of his List-A career.

The same year, in November, Jason played made his first-class debut for WA opposite Victoria in the Sheffield Shield. He took four wickets in the first and one in the second innings. The fun fact is, he took James Pattinson‘s wicket twice in the game.

International Career:

Later, in October 2017, Jason Behrendorff finally made his international career for Australia by playing a T20I match against India on the India tour of Australia.


The 6ft 4″ tall Aussie cricketer later made his ODI debut in 2019 against the same team he played his first international match. He picked two wickets in the game with an excellent economy of 3.90. However, Jhye Richardson‘s four-wicket didn’t let him become the man of the match.

Behrendorff’s Premier Leagues (IPL & BBL):

Perth Scorchers signed Jason Behrendorff ahead of the BBL 2012-13 season. He made his debut against Melbourne Renegades on December 29, 2012. His first BBL wicket came in the form of Aaron Finch, although he picked three wickets on his debut match.


He played continuously for Scorchers till 2015-16, as he missed the next couple of years before getting in the team in BBL 2018.

Behrendorff missed the next BBL too and made his comeback in the BBL 2020 team.

IPL Career:

Mumbai Indians (MI) signed Jason for IPL 2018 at a whopping 1.5 crores INR. However, he missed the tournament due to an injury.


They retained him for the next season, and Jason made his debut for MI against CSK on April 04, 2019. His maiden IPL wicket was Ambati Rayadu.

Later, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) replaced Josh Hazlewood with Jason Behrendorff for IPL 2021. After that, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) picked him for the 2022 IPL.

Subsequently, Mumbai Indians (MI) bought the tall Aussie fast bowler at the 2023 auction for IPL 2024.

Facts about Jason Behrendorff:

  • In 2012, he won the Future Legend award for his outstanding season for Western Australia.
  • Apart from being a cricketer, he has worked for Hockey Australia too.
  • In 2014, he won the Domestic Player of the Year Award at the Allan Border Medal ceremony.
Jason Behrendorff with his wife
  • Jason Behrendorff’s wife is a fashion stylist.
  • He originally belongs to the German heritage.
  • He has also played for Scorchers in the Champions League Twenty20.
  • Behrendorff is one of the tallest Australian bowlers after Billy Stanlake.

Frequently asked questions:

Q1: Who is the wife of Jason Behrendorff?

Ans: Juvelle Behrendorff

Q2: What is the height of Jason Behrendorff?

Ans: 6ft. 4” (1.93 m or 193 cm)

Q3: What is the average bowling speed of Behrendorff?

Ans: 140 km/h

Q4: What is the age of Behrendorff?

Ans: 34 years 1 months (in May, 2024)

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