Chris Latham, former fullback and winger enjoyed a highly distinguished rugby career with the Queensland Reds and Australia. He was a member of the Australian squad at three Rugby World Cups and won four Australia rugby player of the year awards. In 2021, he was inducted into the RugbyPass Hall of Fame.
After retiring from the game, he coached a number of teams including the Western Force and Sydney Roosters. He has also served as the assistant coach for the NSW Waratahs and Queensland State of Origin team.
He is a member of the Queensland Rugby Union Board of Directors and serves on the club’s high performance committee. He has also been a part of the Australian Rugby League coaching staff in charge of the national Under-19 and Under-20 development programs.
In addition, he is the host of the HGTV show Fixer to Fabulous. The show follows the lives of a family as they renovate homes and complete wood work. The show is available to watch on HGTV, DIRECTV, and Amazon Channel.
Nancy Cannon says she believes her ex-husband would have tried to kill her again if not for a federal jury’s decision that found him guilty of murder for hire charges Wednesday night. In court, Cannon urged a judge to impose a harsh sentence on Christopher Latham. She said the ordeal has been heartbreaking for her and her daughters. Latham, of Sullivans Island, was sentenced to serve ten years in prison and did not get credit for time already served.