He is very good friends with the English batsman, Kevin Pietersen.
His last wicket in international cricket was of the England captain, Andrew Flintoff.
He is a huge fan of the St Kilda Football Club and wanted to play with them when he was younger. He has played for their 2nd's side.
He has scored the most runs of any Test cricketer without making a century.
He is 3rd on the all time list for ducks in test cricket.
Warne is one of the only four Australian cricketers to have been named in "Richie Benaud's Greatest XI" in 2004.
In 2006, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from Southampton Solent University for services to cricket.
In the year 1994, he was chosen one of the 5 Wisten Cricketer Of The Year.
In 2000, Warne was named by a 100-member panel of experts as the fourth of five Wisden Cricketers of the Century.
His first test wicket was of the former Indian captain, Ravi Shastri.
Shane Warne has the following deliveries in his repertoire:
Wrong un (Googly)
Zooter (super back spinner)
Warne has three children named Brooke, Summer and Jackson with his ex-wife Simone Callahan.
He is known as the world's greatest leg-spin bowler.
He was the second bowler to reach the 1000 wicket milestone in international cricket.
On 26 December 2006, he became the first bowler to take 700 Test wickets.
Warney holds the record for the most wickets taken by a bowler in a calendar year. The previous record held by Dennis Lillee was broken by Shane in 2005 who snared 96 test wickets at an average of 22.02.
Shane is famous for one of the best deliveries in the history of Test cricket when he ripped a massive Leg break to dismiss English batsman Mike Gatting with his first ball bowled on English soil back in 1993.
Shane is also no slouch with the Bat. He has passed 50 on 11 occasions throughout his Test career, and has been dismissed twice in the 90's. A great achievement for someone who is predominately known for his bowling.
Warney currently holds the all-time record of 659 for the most Wickets taken in the history of Test Match cricket, 75 ahead of his rival Sri Lankan spin bowler Muttiah Muralithiran.
Shane's best bowling figures are as follows. ODI: 5/33 and Test: 8/71
Shane Warne's nickname is Warney.
Shane recently won the Australian Test Player of the Year for his tremendous achievement throughout the 2005 Test season at the Allan Border Medal night.