Recording artist, actress, and television personality, Natalie Bassingthwaighte started her career in musical theatre and later established herself as a successful actor. She earned to prominence in 2003 on the Australian soap opera Neighbours for her role as 'Izzy Hoyland', which bagged her three Logie Award nominations.Early Life (Childhood)
She grew up with the passion of acting. Her first acting role a primary school production at Balarang Primary School of Peter Pan, playing the character Tinker Bell. She later enrolled at Wollongong High School of the Performing Arts and eventually received her degree from Australian College of Entertainment.Interesting Facts
Her career started as a lead singer of the Australian electro-pop band, Rogue Traders. In 2006, she left the band and released her first debut solo albums, 1000 Stars in 2009. The album was commercially successful. To date, she appeared in several movies and reality television series, The X Factor Australia, The X Factor New Zealand, All Saints, The Lost World, Prey, and Counterstrike. In 2015, she launched her own clothing label, Chi Khi. She has a staggering net worth of $10 million.Personal Life
Her husband Cameron McGlinchey is a former band member of the Australian band Rogue Traders. The couple has been married for six years since 4th Dec 2011. Their first child daughter, Harper Rain Sinclair was born in August 2010. She had their second child, a son Hendrix John Hickson McGlinchey, born in May 2013. Previously, she was the wife of Graham Wilmott (1998-2000). Outside of singing and acting, she is also the philanthropist and served as an ambassador of Vicks Australia and Save the Children's. She released her first book, Sistahood: A Journal of Self-Discovery. It was co-written along with her younger sister, Nicole.NETWORTH And ACHIEVEMENT
Similarly, in 2006, 2007, 2008, & in 2009, she earned the nomination of Silver Logie Award for Most Popular Actress and Most Popular Presenter.Rumor
Her recent activity says that she is far away from rumor and controversy.