Long before he sported the Jesus Christ-like look, Jason Gillespie was minus the long locks and had a cleanly-shaven face. The photo on the left was taken when he was just 15. Those looks gave way to long mane and a ruggedly-handsome visage for the greater part of his international playing career. At 40 now, the hair has thinned and wears a snow-white look (right), but still looking every bit a handsome man.<p></p><p></p>Jason Gillespie was an important part of the Australian fast bowling armoury with Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee. A tall man, Gillespie made good use of that to extract copious off the wicket. He is widely considered as the first Aboriginal to represent Australia in Test.<p></p><p></p>Consistent injuries during the 2000s led him to drop down his pace and run-up and emerge as a support bowler than a strike bowler. He scored an unbeaten double century in April 2006 Bangladesh, but never again played Test cricket! He hauled 259 wickets from 71 Tests and 142 wickets from 97 ODIs. He is now head coach of Yorkshire CCC.