- Father Angelo Fevola
- Mother Karen Ralph
- Birth Name Brendan Fevola
- Net Worth $6 million
- Currently Married Yes
- Birth Country Victoria
- Married to Alex Fevola (m. 2005–2006)
- Famous Name Brendan Fevola
- Children 3
- Divorce Yes
- Nationality Australian
- Ethnicity White
Brendan Fevola is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the Carlton and Brisbane Lions football club in Australian Football League (AFL). He is also regarded as one of the most effectual full-forwards to have played AFL in the 2000s. He was born on January 20, 1981 in Victoria, to parents Angelo Fevola, (an Italian Australian who represented Victoria in lacrosse) and Karen Ralph. He is Australian by his nationality and his birth sign is Capricorn. His parents separated when he was eight years old and his childhood was full of miserable. Now, he is known by numerous names such as Fev, The Shag, Fevalenko, The Fevolution.
Brendan Fevola attended a Catholic School for short period of time. There he activated playing football with the Beaconsfield Junior Football club in the Dandenong and District Junior Football League before playing senior football in the Victorian Country Football League. His imposing ability of kicking ball for the Dandenong Stingrays earned him selection in the TAC Cup Team of the year. Similarly he was engaged to Carlton Football Club with selection No.38 overall in the AFL draft in 1998. In between 2000 and 2002, his game was going pretty insane. He played for almost 39 games scoring 66 goals but with his poor body-language on field as well as causing bad publicity, he was intended to trade with different club by Carlton coach (Wayne Brittain). However, Brittain himself was replaced with Denis pagan and he reversed Brittain’s decision. After Denis Pagan officially hitched to Carlton, he totally changed the attitude of Brendan. In 2006, with his great performance making 84 goals lead him to win Coleman Medal, then followed this up in 2008 with his career best 99 goals for the seasons, Brendon finished second in the race for the Coleman medal. Later, he was awarded the Allen Aylett Medal for being best player and leading goal kicker for Victoria. He played for several football clubs, however throughout his AFL career he has been a controversial figure off the field, which ultimately led to his parting company with both of his AFL clubs. Recently he has joined Fox FM to host Fifi, Dave and Fev with Fifi Box and Dave Thornton. He is also an actor, known for the Footy Show, Dancing with the Stars and Hole in the Wall.
Talking about Brendan Fevola personal life, he is married to Alex Cheatham on 7 October 2005 at St John’s church in Toorak. He has daughters named Leni Fevola, Lulu Fevola and Mia Fevola. Conversely, he is step-father to Mia Fevola (Cheatham’s child from previous relationship). Al together he has three daughters. It is known that Brendan and Alex separated after 14 months of marriage, because Brendan was having extra affairs with Australian model Lara Bingle. Brendan and Alex divorced in 2014, however in 2016 it was announced that they were engaged again. As of now, Brendan lives in Melbourne with wife Alex and their three daughters. The couple seems happy with each other. Couple is spotted many times with their daughter’s. It is assured that Brendan is giving his much time to his family now.
Brendan is very well-known and active player in the world of football, however he had been filed for many controversies like; theft of jackets, assaulting a barman, urinating on a window at Melbourne night club, inappropriate behavior on Grand Final Footy Show , misuse of wife’s photo and so on. He also had serious problem with gambling, he was pretty addictive to it.
A former Australian rules footballer Brendan Fevola is 1.91m which is around 6 feet 3 inch. His weight is 100kg. He gets paid fortune amount of salary. His total salary booted his total net worth. His fans and admirers followed him on Twitter and Facebook. He has more than 105K followers on Twitter. For further details about Wikipedia can be taken.