Liam Picken Bio
Liam Picken (Born on 1st August 1986) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Western Bulldogs in the Australian Football League from 2009 to 2017. In 2016 he played in the Bulldogs’ premiership team. He hails originally from the western Victorian town of Hamilton.
Born: August 1, 1986 (age 32 years)
Career start: 2009
Career end: April 1, 2019
Height: 1.84 m
Spouse: Annie Nolan
Before being drafted he completed a pre-season with Collingwood and two with the Bulldogs. In 2008 he was the Williamstown Seagulls best and fairest player in the Victorian Football League (VFL), earning his position on the Bulldogs rookie list.
Personal Life, Wife, Married
Liam Picken is the son of former Collingwood and Sydney footballer: Billy Picken, who’s a member of the Collingwood Team of the Century and played across both clubs from 1973 to 1986. Picken’s older brother, Marcus Picken, also played for the Brisbane Lions, as did their cousin, former captain and Coleman Medal winner Jonathan Brown.
He is married to Annie Nolan, a blogger and social commentator. They have three children: a son named Malachy (born in 2011) and twin daughters, Delphi and Cheska (born in 2013).