As a child he was expelled from two schools.
He took 121 wickets for England throughout his career.
As a child he lived in Hadley Wood, Herts and attended a local school there.
He was the winner of the 2003 edition of "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!".
When he appeared on I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! he was given the nickname "Tuffers".
He stands 6' 2" tall.
He co-wrote 'Phil Tufnell's' A To Z of Cricket' with a cricket journalist called Adam Hathaway.
He retired from professional cricket in 2003.
He has a great love for tea.
He wrote an autobiography called "What Now?" that was published in 1999.
His nickname is "The Cat."
He won the Man of the Match award in 1997.
He has played 42 Tests and 20 One-day Internationals for England between 1990 and 2001.
He was suspended from school when he was 13 for an indefinite period for hitting a boy who refused to share his drinks flask.
He went to Highgate School in England.
He is a former English cricketer.