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Bryce Cartwright was born on 15 November, 1994 in Penrith, Australia, is an Australian rugby league player. At 26 years old, Bryce Cartwright height is 6 ft 4 in (193.0 cm).

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Bryce Cartwright Age 28 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 15 November 1994
Birthday 15 November
Birthplace Penrith, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Weight 107 kg (16 st 12 lb)
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Bryce Cartwright Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Bryce Cartwright worth at the age of 28 years old? Bryce Cartwright’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Australia. We have estimated Bryce Cartwright's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Cartwright initially refused the 2020 NRL season's mandatory flu vaccination on 'pro-choice' grounds creating a standoff with the NRL in Round 3. At the time Simon Brunsdon from Fox Sports said "he's no real loss to any team". Shortly before being permanently stood down from the team, Cartwright obtained medical documentation seeking an exemption from immunisation and was finally cleared to play, but had missed a week of training disadvantaging him from the starting lineup.

During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, the NRL brought in strict new biosecurity measures in Round 3 to protect those in the game, including a code-wide request that players be vaccinated against the flu, as "any player that has any respiratory illness... potentially will take the whole team out." Cartwright refused the vaccine, instead signing a waiver on 'pro-choice' grounds. He was stood down from the Titans after the Queensland Government stood by the flu vaccination measures previously agreed to by the NRL that 100% of players would be vaccinated prior to the competition restarting. Ten days later Cartwright provided medical documentation seeking an exemption and was given a last minute reprieve from suspension. NRL commentator Paul Kent said "Cartwright objected to getting the flu shot because he was pro-choice, next minute he has produced a letter from a doctor saying he had medical reasons after it became apparent that the Queensland government was not going to allow him to play... The whole thing is a cook up and anyone that can't see that is an idiot." BuzzFeed reported that since entering the flu-vax standoff with the NRL Cartwright's social media following in anti-vax circles had grown substantially, and that the Bryce Cartwright Support Group on Facebook had "pivoted into general anti-vaccination campaigning" and had grown by more than 5,700 members during the standoff.


In early 2019 Cartwright admitted not putting in enough hard work the previous year and hoped that in the 2019 season he could atone for a disappointing 2018. Cartwright made a total of 23 appearances and scored 3 tries for the Gold Coast in the 2019 NRL season as the club endured a horror year on and off the field. The Gold Coast managed to win only 4 games for the entire season and finished last claiming the Wooden Spoon. In the context of Cartwright's refusal to be vaccinated, it was reported that in 2019 Cartwright missed a game with the Titans after he came down with a bout of influenza.


On 4 February 2018, Cartwright was granted a release from his contract with the Penrith Panthers to sign with the Gold Coast Titans effectively to play under new coach Garth Brennan who previously coached the Panthers Holden Cup and NSW Cup teams with premiership winning success and had a close relationship with Cartwright. Cartwright saying his sudden signing ""I've always had a close relationship with Garth so we spoke regularly, "we spoke in October and he mentioned it to me and I didn't really think too much about it, as time went on I thought about it more and more and thought it was a great opportunity for myself to improve as a player, at the start of the year it was getting closer to the footy season and I felt as though if I was going to stay there I wasn't going to get as much time on the field, If I was to improve as a player and get to where I want to be this was the best place to do it, "I'm going to be working hard and still fighting my way into the team here and earn the respect from everyone else." In Round 1 of the 2018 NRL season, Cartwright made his club debut for the Gold Coast Titans against the Canberra Raiders, starting at lock in the 30-28 win at Robina Stadium. In round 6, Cartwright playing against his former club, Penrith Panthers with an upset 12-35 loss at Penrith Stadium. Following Gold Coast's Round 12 34-14 defeat by the Eastern Suburbs, Cartwright was demoted to reserve grade by coach Garth Brennan due to inconsistent form. Less than a day after being demoted, Cartwright broke his hand in a freak training accident and was ruled out for 3 weeks.


On 10 February 2017, Cartwright played in the 2017 All Stars match for the World All Stars against the Indigenous All Stars where he started at second-row in the 34-8 loss at Hunter Stadium. In Round 11 against the Newcastle Knights, Cartwright suffered a knee injury during the 30-20 win at Hunter Stadium and was sidelined for 10 matches. Cartwright later return for the Panthers in Round 21 against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, playing off the interchange bench in the 16-8 win. Cartwright finished his troublesome drama filled 2017 NRL season with him playing in 14 matches and scoring 2 tries for the Panthers.

On 6 March 2017, it was reported that Cartwright's ex-girlfriend of six years had become pregnant to him. The woman later claimed she was pressured into terminating the pregnancy in exchange for $50,000. Cartwright reportedly sent text messages to the woman when he discovered she was pregnant saying, "You do realise there is no way I'll be at the birth? We won't keep in contact at all". Lou Zivanovic, who has links with the Panthers, was hired by Cartwright as a 'fixer' to assist with this personal matter. The woman went on to say "I felt I had no other option than to get rid of the baby, the pressure was relentless". She went on further to say, "I was bullied by Bryce and Lou. They showed no compassion toward the baby and me".

The same ex-girlfriend had previously been charged with stalking him in December of 2016 but the charges were subsequently dismissed. On 2 August 2017 she was found dead at her home in Western Sydney, and according to the police report her death was not believed to be suspicious. It came in the wake of Cartwright having private photos of himself being posted online which the media classified as revenge porn. She also allegedly sent explicit and threatening text messages to Cartwright.


In February 2016, Cartwright was named in the Panthers 2016 NRL Auckland Nines squad. In Round 5, Cartwright scored the winning try on the final siren against the Parramatta Eels at Parramatta Stadium giving the Panthers the 20-18 victory. On 8 May 2016, Cartwright played for New South Wales City against New South Wales Country where he started at second-row in the 44-30 win in Tamworth. Cartwright's good form during the season saw him selected in the New South Wales Blues training squad but did not make his expected origin debut. In mid-way during the season, after the Panthers released seasoned five-eighth Jamie Soward to England and a long extended shoulder injury to rookie half Te Maire Martin, Cartwright stepped up from second-row to make the five-eighth position his own alongside boom rookie halfback Nathan Cleary, playing some exciting footy as a young halves combo to lead the Panthers into a late season finals charge. On 22 September 2016, Cartwright extended his contact with Panthers to the end of the 2021 season. Cartwright finished the 2016 NRL season with him playing in all of the Panthers 26 matches, scoring 8 tries.


Cartwright finished off the 2015 season having played in 22 matches and scoring 5 tries for the Panthers.


In Round 12 of the 2014 NRL season, Cartwright made his NRL debut for the Panthers against the Parramatta Eels off the bench in the Panthers 38-12 win at Penrith Stadium. In Round 19 against the Sydney Roosters at SFS, Cartwright scored his first NRL career try in the Panthers 32-12 loss. In Round 21 against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Cartwright suffered a season ending ankle injury in the Panthers' 22-16 win at ANZ Stadium. Cartwright finished his debut year in the NRL with him playing in 7 matches and scoring a try for the Panthers in the 2014 season. On 9 September 2014, Cartwright extended his contract with the Panthers from the end of 2015 to the end of 2018.


In April 2013, Cartwright re-signed with the Panthers on a 2-year contract.

At the end of 2013, Cartwright was named at second-row in the 2013 NYC Team of the Year, won the 2013 NYC Player of the Year award, played in the Panthers' 2013 NYC Grand Final win over the New Zealand Warriors and played for the Junior Kangaroos.


From 2012 to 2014, Cartwright played for the Penrith Panthers' NYC team.


Bryce Cartwright (born 15 November 1994), known by the nickname of "Carty", is an Australian rugby league footballer who plays as a second-row and lock for the Gold Coast Titans in the National Rugby League (NRL). He is also well known for his outspoken stance as an opponent to vaccination and has been dubbed a 'poster boy' for the anti-vax movement.