SPENCER Brown is a former professional Rugby Union player.
Here's the lowdown on ex winger and fullback who also had a distinguished military career.
Who is Spencer Brown?
Brown was born in Eton, Berks., in 1973, he was adopted a few weeks later by Brian and Ruth Brown who took him to Northamptonshire.
After leaving school aged 17 he joined the Royal Marines as a musician, serving for 13 years.
During this time he was based at RAF Northolt, Deal, London, Bristol and Portsmouth.
When he left the military he became a professional rugby player.
He has a 1st class Honours Degree in Sport & Exercise Science from The University of Northampton, a Master's Degree in Strength & Conditioning from The University of Edinburgh, a PhD from The University of Warwick, and has a solo pilot's licence.
He is now a consultant in strength & conditioning at the Derby Nuffield Health Hospital.
When did he play for England who else did he play for?
He played as a winger/fullback for nine years, with six of these being in the English premiership for Richmond RFC and Bristol RFC.
Brown has also represented the Royal Navy and Combined Services rugby teams.
His professional career ended at Bedford Blues where he was later to become the strength and conditioning coach.
He joined Richmond RFC in 1992 when they were in the third tier of English rugby.
His professional debut for Richmond RFC came on 7 September 1997 in the Challenge Cup in the 34-18 defeat to Colomiers.
He then moved to Bristol RFC after the 1998-1999 season.
Brown was a member of the England Elite squad between 1998 and 2001 during which time he represented England at the World Sevens in Paris, England 'A' team during three seasons, and won two full England caps against Australia and South Africa in 1998.