NATALIE BASSINGTHWAIGHTE

NATALIE BASSINGTHWAIGHTE

Natalie is currently playing the regular role of Isabelle Holland in the Grundy television series ‘ Neighbours ‘.

Brisbane, NSW, Australia
Biography
Natalie Bassingthwaighte is a successful singer, songwriter, actor, author and host of So You Think You Can Dance Australia.
 
Before her role as SYTYCD host, Natalie was best known for her role as femme fatale Izzy Hoyland on Neighbours and as the lead singer of Australian electro-rock act the Rogue Traders.
In 2006 Natalie was nominated for the Silver and Gold Logie Awards for Most Popular Actress and TV Personality. She has also been ARIA Award nominated and won numerous MTV, Nickelodeon Kids Choice and Dolly Teen Choice Awards. A multi-talented musical performer, Natalie played Ariel, the female lead in the 2002 live production of Footloose and Sandy in the Australian national tour of Grease in the same year.
She has starred throughout in Australia and Asia taking the lead role of Adelaide Yates in Chang & Eng. Natalie later reprised the role of Sandy in Grease - The Arena Spectacular in 2005 opposite Craig McLachlan, John Farnham, Toby Allen [Human Nature] and Magda Szubanski.
 
In 2006 following her exit from Neighbours, Natalie dedicated herself to The Rogue Traders. The Rogue Traders achievements to date include: 4 x platinum sales for the bands debut album 'Here Comes the Drums', 4 x Top 20 airplay songs, 2 x Top 5 commercial singles, Number 1 album on iTunes, two critically acclaimed national tours and seven ARIA Award nominations. Natalie performed at the 2006 MTV Music Video Awards for which the Rogue Traders received three nominations and won the award for "Best Dance Music Video". In 2008 Natalie left the Rogue Traders to launch a career as a solo artist.
 
In November 2008 she releasedher first solo single 'Alive', which reached the Top 10 on the National ARIA charts. Her debut album '1000 Stars' will be released in February 2009. Natalie will appear in her first lead role in the US feature film 'Prey' released in cinemas across Australia in 2009.
 

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