Nathan Leslie McCullum (born 1 September 1980) is a New Zealand international cricketer. A right hand lower-order batsman and right arm off break bowler, he is a member of the Otago Volts, competing in the State Championship, State Shield and State Twenty20 competitions and represented New Zealand in Twenty20 Internationals and One Day Internationals.
He made his One Day International debut against Sri Lanka on 8 September 2009 at Colombo.
Although never playing test cricket, he has been a valuable asset in the shorter forms of the game, particularly in the ICC Cricket World Cup in the sub-continent in 2011. Although he was named in the final squad of 15 in 2015 Cricket World Cup, he was mostly used as a substitute fielder.
Prior to concentrating on his cricketing career, he played as a striker for Caversham AFC, winning the team's golden boot award in 1999 by scoring 19 goals in the FootballSouth Premier League. He scored two goals for the club in the 2003 New Zealand National Soccer League, at that time New Zealand's premier club league competition. He left the club in 2004, playing briefly with Mosgiel before turning his sporting attention completely to cricket.