Natalie Bassingthwaighte

On Application
Australia - NSW

Natalie is one of Australia's most renowned entertainers and has achieved significant success as an actress, musician, presenter and author.

Natalie's premiere solo album 1000 Stars, debuted at number one on the Australian charts and she is the only Australian artist to have two simultaneous singles in the iTunes Top Ten.

Natalie's previous musical incarnation, as front woman for the Rogue Traders saw her and the band achieve multi platinum sales and seven ARIA award nominations.

She is the presenter of the XFactor, the first two series of So You Think You Can Dance Australia, the Network Ten ratings hit, which peaked at 2.2 million viewers and is well known to viewers worldwide as bad girl Izzy Hoyland in the television series Neighbours for five years. 

Natalie established her career in musical theatre and has played lead roles in musicals such as Rent, Chicago, Grease and Footloose.

Natalie Bassingthwaighte supports a number of different charities, of which she has helped raise awareness, such as the 'Variety Club.' Participating in fundraising events, donating prize money from television shows and to celebrity auctions, whilst bringing joy to unfortunate children in hospitals. She was involved in the 'CARE Australia Hunger Campaign,' and performed at 'Vision Australia's Carol's By Candlelight, and recorded a version of 'O Holy Night' for the 'Myer Salvation Army Christmas CD.

She is co-author of Sistahood: A Journal Of Self-Discovery, a book designed to boost self esteem and inspire young women.
Natalie is the first and only Australian ambassador for Garnier hair products and is one of Who Weekly's Most Beautiful People.

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