|Birth Day:||January 30, 1993|
|Birth Place:||Canterbury, England|
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He was born and raised in Kent, England.
Cowdrey was awarded a first-team contract in October 2011 before making his First XI debut for Kent in May 2012 against Oxford MCCU. He made his first-class cricket debut playing for Cardiff MCC University against Glamorgan in April 2013 before making his competitive debut for Kent later the same summer in the 2013 Friends Life t20. He appeared for the county in the 2013 Yorkshire Bank 40 later in the season before making his first-class debut for Kent in June 2014.
Cowdrey's 2016 season was cut short in July when he had an emergency appendectomy. On the eve of the 2017 season he left Kent by mutual consent with Cowdrey later saying that his "love for the game is gone, my heart's not in it". In April 2017 Cowdrey made his first appearance on BBC Radio Kent as a cricket commentator, covering Kent's match against Derbyshire at Canterbury and later in the year began writing for The Cricketer.
Cowdrey has a twin brother, Julius, who is a professional musician and reality TV character, joining Made in Chelsea in 2016. Both brothers attended Tonbridge School, as did their father, uncle and grandfather, Fabian exceeding his grandfather's total of runs scored for the school and beating his record of most runs scored in a year. Cowdrey wrote the lyrics for his brother's debut single during 2016 and, following his release from Kent, aimed to support his brother and to continue as a lyricist.
Currently, Fabian Cowdrey is 28 years, 7 months and 20 days old. Fabian Cowdrey will celebrate 29th birthday on a Sunday 30th of January 2022.
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