5. Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe, the actor famous for the Harry Potter series, is fond of playing cricket on a computer and believes it to be magic. “I continue to adore cricket. I am a nerd and I play EA cricket on the computer,” he revealed back in 2012. He added that the autograph of Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is his priceless possession and that he’s a die-hard cricket fan.

4. Mark Wahlberg

After being fascinated by the game, Wahlberg has embarked on an unanticipated financial venture by investing in a Caribbean cricket club. The Sun reports that after being introduced to the sport by the club’s chairman, Ajmal Khan, Wahlberg has purchased a share in the Barbados Tridents squad of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League.

3. Ed Sheeran

Singer Ed Sheeran was a good friend of the legendary Australian cricketer Shane Warne. He shared the final chat he had with him earlier this year just a few days before he passed away. He paid tribute to his late friend through social media with whom he shared a chilling phone call just days before his passing.

2. Hugh Jackman

The actor Hugh Jackman gave a heartfelt tribute to the late Australian cricketer Shane Warne, who passed away earlier this year at the age of 52. Jackman and Warne were close friends, and in a 2017 interview, the Wolverine actor revealed Warne’s peculiar habit of smoking in the showers.

1. Andrew Garfield

During a promotional tour stop in Singapore, Hollywood actors Andrew Garfield and Jamie Foxx, who are both featured in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man movie, reportedly played cricket. Foxx, in particular, took a liking to the sport, displaying his newfound abilities to his 3.68 million Twitter followers and praising himself as a “natural,” according to News.com.au.