Comprehensive details and biography of Scott Barrett

Comprehensive details and biography of Scott Barrett

Helix Odhiambo
March 3, 2024 at 2:34 PM

The New Zealand star Scott Barrett has enjoyed an impressive career in top-flight rugby. Scott Barrett plays for the Crusaders in Super Rugby and New Zealand's rugby team, the All Blacks. He has made history alongside his brothers, Jordie and Beauden.

Scott Barrett of New Zealand
Scott Barrett is one of the most talented rugby players out there. Photo: Hannah Peters, Ramsey Cardy (modified by author)
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Barrett's innate talent, athleticism, work rate, and versatility have elevated his status and reputation. He has come a long way, from growing up on a dairy farm in New Plymouth to conquering the international stage. His success is testimony to his hard work and dedication.

Scott Barrett's profile summary

Full name

Scott Kevin Barrett

Date of birth

20 November 1993


30 (as of March 2024)


New Plymouth, New Zealand


New Zealand


1.97 m (6 feet 6 inches)


119 kg (262.35 lbs)


Rugby player



Current teams

Crusaders, Taranaki, New Zealand rugby national team


Kevin and Robyn Barrett






Dougal, Polly

Net worth

$1 million - $5 million

Social media


Scott Barrett's biography

All Blacks star Scott Barrett (age 30 as of March 2024) was born and raised in New Plymouth, New Zealand. He attended Francis Douglas Memorial College, where his brothers, Beauden and Jordie, studied.

Facts about Scott Barrett
Scott Barrett of New Zealand at the 2023 Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Ireland at Stade de France on 14 October 2023 in Paris, France. Photo: Franco Arland
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Scott Barrett's height and weight

The athlete stands at 1.97 m or 6 feet and 6 inches tall. Statistics indicate that lock forwards are the tallest players in rugby, averaging 1.99 m. Scott Barrett's weight is 119 kg or 262.35 lbs.

Scott Barrett's family

Scott's father, Kevin, played rugby as a second-row forward. CNN reports Kevin played 167 games for Taranaki, while his wife, Robyn, played netball and basketball. Scott has seven siblings (four brothers and three younger sisters). What do Scott Barrett's siblings do?

Scott Barrett and his father Kevin
Scott Barrett (R) of the Crusaders with his father Kevin Barrett (L) at FMG Stadium Waikato on 24 June 2023 in Hamilton, New Zealand. Photo: Hannah Peters
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His elder brother Kane is a retired rugby star who played for Taranaki and the Blues of the Super Rugby. Jordie and Beauden are his All Blacks teammates, while Blake reportedly plays rugby for a local club. Their three sisters, Genna, Zara, and Ella, enjoy swimming, netball, and dancing, respectively.

Scott, Jordie, and Beauden became the first three brothers to start a Test match for the All Blacks in 2018 against France. They also became the first three brothers to start in a World Cup match in 2019 after the Tongan Vunipola brothers in 1995. Kevin acknowledged his children's talent in an interview with the Irish Times.

"We're very proud parents. We're proud of all our children, and it's great to see the pleasure it gives the grandparents. I probably get more pleasure out of watching my kids than when I was playing."

Beauden is a Fly half for Toyota Verblitz in Japan. He won the 2015 Rugby World Cup with the national team and two Player of the Year awards. Jordie is younger than Scott and is a utility back for the Hurricanes.

Does Scott Barrett have a partner?

Scott Barrett and wife Hannah McCulloch
Scott Barrett with his wife Hannah McCulloch and son Dougal. Photo: Kai Schwoerer, @scottbarrett93 (modified by author)
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The New Plymouth native married his long-term girlfriend, Hannah McCulloch, in 2021. She joined the family of the All Blacks' wives and partners. Hannah holds a Bachelor of Commerce in agriculture, majoring in farm management.

Hannah and her husband welcomed their first child, Dougal Ross, in November 2021. Their second born, daughter Polly, was born in February 2024.

Scott Barrett's stats and career

The father of two was an outstanding rugby player at Francis Douglas Memorial College before joining the Crusaders in 2014. He is an exciting player to watch and one of the most talented athletes.

The Crusaders

Scott Barrett of the Crusaders
Scott Barrett (C) of the Crusaders with the ball against Moana Pasifika at Mt Smart Stadium on 19 May 2023, in Auckland, New Zealand. Photo: Hannah Peters
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Barrett debuted for the Crusaders in the Super Rugby in 2014 and played against England in their 2014 tour. He won three consecutive Super Rugby titles with the club from 2017 to 2019.

How many games has Scott Barrett played? According to his All Rugby stats, the lock has 122 appearances for the Crusaders, scoring 90 points, including 18 tries as of March 2024. Scott has also played for Canterbury and his father's former club, Taranaki.

National team

The lock began his national career with New Zealand's Under-20 side in 2013. He broke into the All Blacks squad in the 2016 Northern Tour. Barrett scored in his All Blacks debut against Ireland in Chicago. He scored his second try for the All Blacks in a record-breaking 57-0 victory against South Africa in the 2017 Rugby Championship in Albany.

Scott has 70 caps, 35 points, and seven tries with the national team. He has played in two World Cups (2019 and 2023) alongside his brothers Jordie and Beauden. The siblings helped New Zealand reach the final before losing 11-12 to South Africa.

Frequently asked questions

Scott Barrett at Rugby World Cup
New Zealand's Scott Barrett during the 2023 Rugby World Cup final against South Africa at Stade de France on 28 October 2023 in Paris, France. Photo: Henry Browne
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All Black's Scott Barrett has proved his versatility by adapting and excelling in different positions. He can play as a lock or a loose forward.

What is Scott Barrett's net worth?

The New Plymouth native earned an estimated net worth of $1 million - $5 million from his rugby career. His primary sources of income are salaries, bonuses, and endorsements.

How many tries has Scott Barrett scored?

Scott Barrett of the All Blacks
Scott Barrett of the All Blacks scores a try against Ireland at Soldier Field on 5 November 2016 in Chicago, United States. Photo: Phil Walter
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Barrett has bagged 25 tries in his career as of March 2024. He has seven with the All Blacks and 18 with the Crusaders.

The two New Zealand stars are brothers, born and raised in New Plymouth. They have six siblings, and their parents are Kevin and Robyn.

Is Scott Barrett on Instagram?

Scott is a famous social media personality thanks to his rugby achievements. He has 82.1k followers on Instagram as of March 2024.

Final word

Scott Barrett's impressive performances have earned him accolades and a reputation for being a reliable and dynamic player. Many rugby enthusiasts consider him among the best locks on earth. His journey and success have inspired many young athletes.

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