Tommy Seymour made his debut for Glasgow Warriors against Ulster in September 2011.
Since then, he has become one of the most lethal finishers in the league, frequently finding a way to the try-line for club and country.
Seymour became a member of the Glasgow Warriors Centurion club in April 2017, making his 100th appearance for the club against Leinster at the RDS.
The winger has also contributed a number of memorable moments for the Warrior Nation, including a hat-trick against Leinster in 2016/17 and finishing a free-flowing team move for the 2017/18 Try of the Season against Exeter at Scotstoun.
He enjoyed a fine start to his international rugby career at BT Murrayfield, scoring two tries in Scotland's opening 2013 Autumn Test 42-17 success against Japan. His first try in the Six Nations Championship came in Scotland's agonising 17-19 loss to France at Murrayfield in March 2014.
His fourth try for Scotland came in the opening match of the 2014/15 season as Argentina were put to the sword 41-31. He followed that a week later with another wonder interception try against New Zealand, and then collecting a crossfield kick from Finn Russell against Tonga he completed the series with a third try in three viagogo Autumn Tests.
The winger boasts a rich and varied backstory, having been born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee before moving to Northern Ireland via a spell in Dubai, where his father was based for work.
A pleasing aspect to Seymour's eclectic heritage is that he's Scottish qualified, his mother, Sue, being a born and bred Glaswegian.
Seymour was selected for the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand, with the winger finishing the tour as top try-scorer after crossing the whitewash three times.
Date of birth: 01/07/88
Glasgow Debut: v Ulster, 2 September 2011
Place of birth: Nashville, Tennessee
Player number: Number 196