Natalie Imbruria net worth Wiki, Height, Biography, Wife, Children And Early Life
Natalie Imbruria net worth
What is Natalie Imbruglia’s net worth?
Natalie Imbruglia is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress who has a net worth of $16 million. From 1992 to 1994, Imbrilia played Beth Brennan on the popular Australian soap opera “Neighbors” and won a 1997 single “Torn” International fame, the single reached the top 10 in over 20 countries. Natalie has released albums Left of the Middle (1997), White Lilies Island (2001), Counting Down the Days (2005), Come to Life (2009), Male (2015), and “Firebird” (2021), her debut album earned her three Grammy nominations.
As an actress, Imbruglia starred in the films Johnny English (2003), Winter Closed (2009), Losers (2013), Among the Ravens (2014) and Little Living (2015) and the TV series Land Law (1997) and First Contact (2016). In 2010, he was a judge of “The X Factor Australia” and won the British version of “The Masked Singer” in 2022. From 2002 to 2006, Natalie served as the global spokesperson for L’Oreal.
Natalie Imbruglia was born Natalie Jane Imbruglia on February 4, 1975 in Sydney, Australia. She grew up with mother Maxene, father Elliot and three sisters in Berkeley Valley, NSW. Natalie studied at Mater Dei College and when she was 15, her family returned to Sydney where she studied ballet, tap and highland dance. As a teenager, she starred in Australian commercials for Coca-Cola and Twisties (a cheese curly snack), and she dropped out of school at 16 to pursue a career in acting.
In 1992, Imbruglia started playing Beth Brennan in “Neighbors”, she left in 1994 to move to London. There, she met her future manager, Anne Barret, who persuaded Natalie to record a demo. Imbruglia’s demo of Ednaswap’s song “Torn” landed her a recording contract with BMG, and when she recorded it for her 1997 debut album, “Left of the Middle,” it became her first single. “Torn” was certified platinum or higher in Australia, the UK and Sweden and became the UK’s most played song of the decade In 2009, “Torn” was reported to be the most played song on Australian radio since the early 1990s, with Over 300,000 times. Natalie released “Left of the Middle” on November 24, 1997, and in Australia it reached number one and went 5x platinum. The album went 3x platinum in the UK and Canada and 2x platinum in the US, with the single “Big Mistake” breaking into the top 10 in Australia, followed by Imbruglia in the UK with 2001’s “White Lilies Island”. “It was a huge success, reaching number two in Australia, winning gold in Australia and the UK. The album featured the singles “That Day”, “Wrong Impression” and “Beauty on the Fire”, with “That Day” topping the Australian charts 10th.
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Natalie’s third album, 2005’s “Counting Down the Days” reached number one in the UK, and the single “Shiver” reached the top 10 in the UK and Italy. She released the 2007 EP “Live from London”, followed by the 2009 album “Come to Life”, which sold just 750 copies in Australia in its first week of release. Plans to release the album in the U.S. were canceled, but it will eventually be available for download on Amazon Music. Imbruglia then took a six-year hiatus, deciding to focus on acting rather than music. She moved to Los Angeles and worked with acting coach Ivana Chubbuck, appearing in “Winter Closed” in 2009, “Losers” in 2013 and “Among the Ravens” in 2014. In 2014, she starred in the British stage play The Things We Do for Love. Returning to music, Natalie released her album Male in 2015, which peaked at number 25 in Australia. She releases her sixth album, Firebird, in 2021, which peaked at number 10 in the UK and featured the singles “Build It Better”, “Maybe It’s Great” and “On My Way”. In 2022, Imbruglia entered the “Masked Singer” competition as “Panda”, and after winning, she released the cover of One Direction’s “My Life Story” (which she performed in the finale) as a single.
In the late ’90s, Natalie dated “Friends” star David Schwimmer and got engaged to Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns in December 2002. Imbruria and Johns were married on December 31, 2003 in Queensland, Australia, and they divorced in 2008 because they “just got separated because they didn’t have enough time together.” Daniel Produced Natalie of the album “Counting Down the Days” and wrote the song “Satisfied”, he co-wrote the “Come to Life” song “Want”. Imbruglia has been a British citizen since 2013. In October 2019, she announced that she had welcomed a son, Max Valentine Imbruglia, conceived through in vitro fertilization and an unnamed sperm donor. Natalie has served as an ambassador for charity Virgin Unite and supported the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign.
Awards and Nominations
In 1999, Natalie was nominated for three Grammy Awards for “Torn”: Best New Artist, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Album for Left Of The Middle. She won the MTV Video Music Awards for Best Newcomer Video for “Torn,” which was also nominated for Best Female Video and Audience Choice. “Torn” also earned Imbruglia the MTV European Music Awards for Best Song, ARIA Music Awards for Single of the Year and Breakthrough Artist – Single, and the Billboard Music Awards for Adult Top 40. In 1999, she won the “NME” awards for “Most Desirable” and “Best Pop Personality” for “You Most Want to Be Your Doctor”, as well as the International Newcomer Award and the International Female Singer Award. Natalie won the International Award at the 2002 Silver Clef Awards, while “Shiver” was named Best Performed Track at the 2005 PPL Awards. Imbruglia won eight ARIA Music Awards, including Best Female Artist, Best New Artist, Breakout Artist – Album, Best Pop Album “Left of the Middle” and Best Female Artist “White Lilies Island”. In 2009, she was nominated for Best Actress at Asia’s No. 1 Film Festival for “Closed in Winter”.
In 2002, Imbruglia purchased a 5,434-square-foot home on Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip for $2.14 million. She listed the five-bedroom, six-bathroom home for $4.5 million in April 2007 and sold in February 2008 for $3.725 million. At the time of the sale, Natalie also owned properties in Sydney and Newcastle, Australia, as well as Windsor, UK.