Stephen James Harmison MBE was born 23 October 1978, Ashington, Northumberland. He is an England cricketer, a leading Test match fast bowler and a two-time Ashes winner. He plays county cricket for Durham. With his height (6'4") he can extract pace and bounce from most pitches. While poor form led to him being dropped from the team in New Zealand in 2007, he returned to the England side in 2008 against South Africa. Steve Harmison was first selected for an England squad in May 2000 during the tour to England by Zimbabwe, but did not play. As part of an ECB National Academy touring team that also contained Andrew Strauss, Ian Bell and Robert Key, Harmison showed clear signs of his ability in the tour of Australia in 2001–02. In August 2002, Harmison made his Test match debut at Trent Bridge against India, replacing the injured Simon Jones. Find Steve Harmison profile and stats of batting, bowling and fielding including latest updated news of Steve Harmison, videos and images at Hamariweb.com. Also find detail Player profile and career statistics of Steve Harmison of England.