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Danielle Spencer Wiki/Biography
Danielle Spencer was born on 16 May 1969, in Sydney, Australia, to Julie, a caterer, and songwriter, singer and television entertainer Don Spencer. She is an Australian actress, singer and songwriter, but perhaps best known as the ex-wife of actor Russell Crowe.
So just how rich is Danielle Spencer at present? According to sources in late 2016, Spencer has earned a net worth of over $10 million, acquired through her involvement in the entertainment industry, now stretching over more than 25 years.
Danielle Spencer Net Worth $10 Million
Spencer grew up in Sydney, along with her older brother. Coming from a musical household with her father being a singer and the host of the children’s show “Play School”, she was taught to play piano at the age of four and started acting and writing songs by her teens. She also took singing, acting and dance classes. While attending high school, she was a member of several bands, such as Baby Loves to Cha Cha.
After getting some stage experience by occasionally accompanying her father on his stage performances, Spencer appeared in a production of “Mission Thraxonia” and later in a production of “Rasputin”. In the late ’80s she started to land roles on Australian television, primarily as an actress in television series such as “The Flying Doctor”. In 1990 she landed roles in two Australian films, “What the Moon Saw” and “The Crossing”, and went on to appear in several TV series, including “Hampton Court”, “Mission Top Secret”, “Home and Away”, “All Saints” and “Beastmaster”. Paving her way to fame and recognition, Spencer’s net worth started to rise.
However, by the end of the ’90s, she turned her artistic focus on to her singing career, and in 2001 released the album entitled “White Monkey”, under EMI Records. She accompanied her then husband Crowe on a US tour with his band 30 Odd Foot of Grunts. Her second album, “Calling All Magicians”, came out in 2010. She has also released several singles, among them the songs “Blast Off” and “Forgive Me”. A few videos have also been produced, under the direction of her ex-husband. Although none of her singles made it to the charts, they got quite positive reviews. In the years since, she has held a number of live concerts and has performed with various artists. Spencer’s music career has also contributed to her popularity and to her wealth as well.
In 2012, she became a contestant in the 12th season of the popular Australian television reality show “Dancing with the Stars”, and with her partner Damian Whitewood, finished in second place.
However, despite her rising career in showbizz, Spencer has been best known for her marriage with the acclaimed actor Russell Crowe, whom she met while filming “The Crossing”, in which Crowe starred. Following the film’s release in 1990, the couple began dating, and got engaged in 2002, with Crowe proposing to her with a $100,000 worth diamond ring. They married the following year at Crowe’s cattle ranch in New South Wales. However, in 2012 the couple separated.
Speaking further about Spencer’s private life, she has two children with Crowe. Sources believe she is single at present.
Spencer is involved in philanthropy. She has been an active supporter of The Australian Children’s Music Foundation, an educational program focused on helping underprivileged and indigenous children in Australia. She has also been involved in women’s cancer programs such as for breast cancer.
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 16, 1969|
|Place Of Birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Profession||Actress, singer, songwriter|
|Education||Tuskegee University, University of California, Davis|
|Spouse||Russell Crowe (m. 2003–2012)|
|Children||Tennyson Spencer Crowe, Charles Spencer Crowe|
|Parents||Don Spencer, Julie Spencer|
|Nicknames||Dan Spencer , Dani|
|Awards||TV Land "Character Most Desperately in Need of a Timeout" Award|
|Albums||RCA White Monkey (2001), Calling All Magicians (2010), White Monkey (Acoustic EP)|
|Music Groups||"Baby Loves To Cha Cha"|
|Movies||"What the Moon Saw", "The Crossing"|
|TV Shows||"Play School", "Ray Martin Show", "Mission Thraxonia", "Rasputin", "The Flying Doctor","Hampton Court", "Mission Top Secret", "Home and Away", "All Saints", "Beastmaster", "Dancing with the Stars" (2012), "The Girls Night", "Pink Ribbon Breakfast"|
|1||On her song-writing: "I get quite solitary when I write - a bit anti-social. I get my inspiration from a number of places - my life, other people's lives, my imagination. I generally just shut myself away, although when I'm writing lyrics I often go and sit in a cafe."|
|1||Separated from her husband of 9 years Russell Crowe. [October 2012]|
|2||Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 36, a son Tennyson Spencer Crowe on July 7, 2006. Child's father is her now estranged husband, Russell Crowe.|
|3||Gave birth to her 1st child at age 33, a son Charles Spencer Crowe on December 21, 2003. Child's father is her now estranged husband, Russell Crowe.|
|4||Met Russell Crowe on the set of the The Crossing (1990). They had an on-and-off relationship for over 13 years until they eventually married.|
|5||Spencer's name is used as a parody on "The Girls Room" on The Amanda Show (1999).|
|6||Father is Don Spencer.|
|7||Announced engagement to Russell Crowe (December 2002).|
|8||Released her debut album on EMI titled "White Monkey" (20 Jan 2002).|
|9||Played in a variety of bands, including a few with her brother.|
|10||Was Russell Crowe's date at the 73rd Academy Awards (2001).|
|Danielle Spencer: Wish I'd Been Here||2009||Video short||Lead|
|All Saints||2000||TV Series||Kate Taylor|
|Murder Call||1999||TV Series||Ingrid Nergun|
|Pacific Drive||1996||TV Series||Callie Macrae|
|Home and Away||1995||TV Series||Quinn Jackson|
|Law of the Land||1994||TV Series||Barb Brewer|
|Mission: Top Secret||1992||TV Movie||Pamela|
|Hampton Court||1991||TV Series||Lisa Barrett|
|What the Moon Saw||1990||Emma|
|The Flying Doctors||1989-1990||TV Series||Fiona Jacobs / Sally / Sally McCarthy|
|Mission: Impossible||1989||TV Series||Diane Martin|
|Live from Studio Five||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2010 writer - 1 episode, 2010|
|Can of Worms||2013||TV Series||Herself|
|Dancing with the Stars||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|The Oprah Winfrey Show||2011||TV Series||Herself|
|TV Festival Du Cannes 2010||2010||TV Movie||Herself|
|Loose Women||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Live from Studio Five||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Breakfast||2010||TV Series||Herself - Singer|
|Raising Children: A Guide to Parenting from Birth to Five||2007||Video documentary||Herself|
|The Panel||2001||TV Series||Herself|
|Entertainment Tonight||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Today Tonight||2006||TV Series||Herself|