Jarome Luai
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A well-known international rugby league football player from Samoa is Jarome Luai. He was recently chosen by New South Wales for the opening State of Origin game in May 2021. He participates for the Penrith Panthers in the NRL as a halfback or five-eighth. Samoa was represented at the 2017 World Cup by Luai. Watch bio.

Body Structure

What is Jarome’s height? Jarome Luai is tall at 6 feet tall and 90 kg in weight. He is also a fitness freak. His hair and eyes are also black.

Relationship Status

Who is Jarome’s spouse? With Bailey Toleafoa, he is wed. The two resemble a match made in heaven. Children are a blessing for the couple. Israel is the name of the baby boy born to Jarome and his wife Bailey in 2018.

Jarome Luai Wiki

Jarome Luai Wiki/Bio
Real Name Jarome Luai
Nick Name Jarome
Famous As Rugby League Footballer.
Age 24-years old
Birthday 16 January 1997
Birthplace Sydney, New South Wales,
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality Australian
Religion Christianity
Height approx. 6 ft (1.80 m)
Weight approx. 90 Kg
Body Measurements approx. 47-34-38 inches
Biceps Size 27 inches
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Shoe Size 16.5 (US)
Children 1
Wife Bailey Toleafoa
Net Worth $1.5 million

Early Years

Through his paternal grandparents, who are from Palauli, Jarome Luai has Samoan ancestry, and his mother has Mori ancestry. He also has siblings. He is well-educated in terms of his education.


Before being signed by the Penrith Panthers, Jarome Luai played junior rugby league for the St Marys Saints. In the 2019 NRL season, Luai made 13 appearances for Penrith, which finished 10th overall and missed the finals for the first time in four years.

Net Worth

How much money is Jarome worth? Between 2015 and 2017, he participated in 33 games with the Penrith Panthers in NYC, where he scored 13 tries and kicked 43 goals. His estimated net worth is $1.5 million.

Jarome Luai Facts

  1. Jarome speculated on his selection, saying “I think you’ll find Tyrone May was in the squad originally but due to his injury there was a spot for me.”
  2. Luai made his Test debut against Tonga on 4 November 2017.
  3. He is an avid pet lover.
  4. He loves traveling as well.
  5. Luai played in the grand final against the Melbourne Storm, losing 26–20.