Adam once played a roll on the TV show Doctors.
He announced his retirement on the 26th of January 2008.
Adam Gilchrist has used Puma gear throughout his whole career.
Adam has played and won in 3 World Cup finals.
Adam is pushing for Cricket to be added to the Olympics.
Gilly is currently under contract in the IPL with the Deccan Chargers.
Adam won 28 Man of the Match awards in ODI's.
He won the Allan border medal in 2003.
Gilchrist played his last TEST against India at Adelaide Oval, Jan 24-28, 2008.
Adam's other nickname is "Churchy".
He once played for the ICC World 11.
Bowling Style: Right Arm Off Break.
Once held the record of 416 test wicket keeping dismissals.
Highest score in any World Cup Cricket Final - 149 on 28th April 2007 in West Indies.
Highest T20 score of 48.
Highest ODI score 172.
His highest TEST score was 202 *Not Out.
He has 16 ODI centuries under his name.
Was voted the Best of the best in Australias history of ODI's.
Test Debut: Australia v Pakistan 1st test at the GABBA in Brisbane, 1999/00.
He became the first Australian wicket keeper to captain the TEST team and the ODI team.
Adam Gilchrist holds the 2nd fastest century in test match history.
Gilchrist became the first player in history to hit 100 6's in a test match career.
He has appeared in many TV commercials.
He was cricketer of the year for 2001/2002.
He is the Vice-Captain of Australia.
He went to Denilliquin Primary School.
He wanted to be the world's fastest bowler.
His favourite way to relax away from cricket is to spend his focus on his family.
The food he is best at cooking is venison with fennel seed, crisp vine leaves and bean cassoulet.
When he was eight years old, he wanted to be Pele, or either one of his older brothers.
His sporting hero is Lance Armstrong.
His ideal holiday is Noosa.
His worst habit is biting his fingernails.
He is 185cm.
The best advice ever given to him was from his mum; "Never leave home without a hankerchief."
He is an all-round Wicket Keeper.
He is a left-handed batsman.
His nickname is Gilly.
Adam: Whilst theres a competition on we're still in with a chance.
Adam: The time comes to you and it will really reveal itself when it is the right time and I certainly don't feel that's the case at the moment.
Adam: Its just a matter of doing the work and having faith in what has been successful for me in the past. Very few series come down to one man. I dont think one player is going to control the destiny of the Ashes.