Jo Marler



Joe Marler is one of the most recognisable faces in English rugby, his international career having been followed by equal success as an author, podcaster and authority on male mental health. 

He signed for Harlequins when he was seventeen and his professional career has been as unconventional as his colourful haircuts, offbeat interviews and eclectic set of bans. Joe has won 71 caps, toured with the British and Irish Lions and played for the iconic Barbarians. 

He first played rugby for Eastbourne Sharks at the age of eleven. He went on to be one of the best loosehead props in the world and helped the England team reach the World Cup final in Japan.
Back in 2020, Joe wrote a book entitled "Loose Head, Confessions of an (un)professional rugby player", which documents his incredible life and includes a detailed account of his mental health struggles. Since this release, Joe has talked honestly about the topic of mental wellbeing. 
Joe is a passionate campaigner and speaker on male mental health, a CALM ambassador, host of critically acclaimed Sky documentary ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ and hugely successful podcast ‘The Joe Marler Show’. 

He’s a highly engaging speaker and his humour, personal stories, larger than life personality, and relatability always resonating powerfully with audiences.

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