Olivia Newton-John net worth: Olivia Newton-John is an actress and singer who has a net worth of $40 million dollars. Olivia Newton-John has enjoyed both a successful recording career and a film career. She is recognized for both her pop and soft rocks hits, such as "Come on Over" and "Don't Stop Believin'", and for her film roles, the most famous of which is Sandy in the film version of "Grease". Olivia Newton-John was born in September of 1948 in England, but identifies as an Australian. When Newton-John was six her family moved to Australia, where her father worked as a professor. Her parents were originally German, but left during World War II to avoid Nazi backlash. She got her singing start at the age of 14, when she formed an all-girl group with fellow classmates, Sol Four. She then began to appear on radio and TV shows, before recording various songs in 1966. However, she did not get her first record deal until 1971. After receiving widespread success, Newton-John began breaking into acting; her breakout role is considered to be Grease, which was released in 1978. Though she played a high school senior, Newton-John turned 29 during the film's production period. She was given the role after insisting on an audition; producers rewrote her character to account for her Australian accent. Newton-John married her long-time boyfriend, Matt Lattanzi, an actor, in 1984. They have one daughter, Chloe, born in 1984, but divorced in 1995. She is also known for her many advocacy and humanitarian efforts.
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Date of Birth
Sep 26, 1948 (67 years old)
Singer, Actor, Entrepreneur, Songwriter, Film Producer
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
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