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Tamati Ellison

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Full Name Tamati Ellison
Profession Rugby Player
Date of Birth April 1 , 1983
Current Age 40 years
Birth Country New Zealand
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 40 years old)

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Tamati Ellison is one of the famous Rugby Player, who was born on the memorable day of April 1 in the year 1983. Tamati Ellison is a proud citizen of New Zealand.

New Zealand-born rugby union footballer who competed in Super Rugby and the ITM Cup.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Tamati Ellison continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Tamati Ellison
Popular As: Tamati Ellison
First Name: Tamati
Last Name: Ellison
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 1
Birth Year: 1983
Age: 40-years
Siblings: Jacob Ellison
Education: Victoria University of Wellington; Mana College


He made his Super Rugby debut for the Blues in 2005.

He led the Junior All Blacks to a 2009 Pacific Nations Cup win.


His grandfather Vince Bevan played for the All Blacks. His older brother, Jacob Ellison, became a prop forward for the Hurricanes.

Tamati Ellison Timeline

He is also a descendant of Thomas Ellison, captain of New Zealand's first official rugby team in 1893 and a member of the New Zealand Natives football team which toured Great Britain and Australia in 1888–89.
He is the grandson of All Black Vince Bevan, who played six tests for New Zealand between 1949–50, and son of rugby coach Eddie Ellison.
Ellison was born in Wellington, and made his debut for the Wellington Lions in the 2003 NPC final defeat against Auckland.
He made his Super Rugby debut in 2005 for the Blues after being called into their squad as an injury replacement and appearing as a substitute in their final match of the season against the New South Wales Waratahs.
He made his Hurricanes debut in 2006 and went on to make 10 appearances that season, all coming from the bench.
He also captained the Lions during the 2007 Air New Zealand Cup, leading them to the final where they were once again defeated by Auckland.