Geri Halliwell was born in the United Kingdom on August 6, 1972. She is an English recording artist, author and philanthropist who gained fame as a member of The Spice Girls. Her current estimated net worth is $25 million. The Spice Girls are an internationally-known "girl singing group" and as an original member, Halliwell became world-famous, as well. However, she left the group after several years to launch a solo career as a vocalist. Her initial effort resulted in the release of an album, "Schizophonic." That was followed by two more album releases, "If You Wanna Go Faster" and "Passion." Geri Halliwell has also had 4 Number One Hit Singles, including "Mi Chico Latino," "Lift Me Up," "Bag it up" and "It's Raining Men." She rejoined The Spice Girls in 2007 so that she could be part of their World Tour. Halliwell also had her first book published in 2008. It is called "Ugenia Lavender." She currently represents the United Nations as a Goodwill Ambassador.