|Date of birth||March 14, 1976|
|Place of birth||Moata'a, Samoa|
|Height||180 cm (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||88 kg (13 st 12 lb; 194 lb)|
|School||Kelston Boys' High School|
|Rugby union career|
As a schoolboy he attended Auckland's Kelston Boys High School on a scholarship from Samoa, playing for their 1st XV, then moving to Counties Manukau where he played for Manurewa Rugby Club from 1995 to 2001. He also made 48 appearances for the Counties Manukau Steelers playing at fly-half and fullback alongside Jonah Lomu and Joeli Vidiri.
Having travelled north with the Pacific Islanders Loki joined Newcastle on a short term deal to cover the ongoing problems with Jonny Wilkinson and the England call up for Toby Flood for the 2007 Six Nations Championship.
In 2007 he signed for the Worcester Warriors on a two-year deal that kept him at Sixways until 2009. He was released after the 2008-09 Guinness Premiership. He now plays for L'Aquila in the National Championship of Excellence.
He has represented Samoa on a number of occasions.
Loki Crichton was originally selected to play for Samoa at the 2003 Rugby World Cup however the Waikato Rugby Union refused to release him. He instead made his debut for Samoa in 2006, during the inaugural 2006 IRB Pacific 5 Nations, the same year his contract with Waikato had finished. That year he was also named in the Pacific Islanders touring squad for 2006. But later withdrew.