FORMER ENGLAND BACK, PRESENTER AND PUNDIT
Austin Healey is one of English rugby's best-known characters. His extraordinary career has seen him with over 50 England caps, star on two British Lions tours and play a leading role in the successes of Leicester Tigers.
He played scrum-half, fly-half, full-back and on the wing for Leicester and England. He's rightly regarded as perhaps the most versatile and skilful English player ever and has won fans the world over. But his outspoken nature means he's courted controversy along the way.
Healey won two European Cups played for England and toured with the Lions in 1997 and 2001. Despite an amazing battle back from a knee injury incurred on April 13, 2003, Austin Healey did not make the England World Cup winning team.
In his book "Me and My Mouth", he lays bare the backstage wrangling that bedevilled England's World Cup winners and wrecked those Lions tours - and lifts the lid on the hilarious behind-the-scenes escapades fans rarely get to hear about.
Now with a new career as a presenter, Austin has made sure to stay in the public eye... and ensure he keeps on ruffling feathers.