Bindi Sue Irwin is an Australian television star and the daughter of the late Australian wildlife expert Steve Irwin. She has a net worth of $3 million and has followed in her late father's footsteps by seeking a career in the entertainment business.
On July 24, 1998, Bindi Sue Irwin was born in the Queensland town of Buderim. Her father Steve and mother Terri Irwin reared her and her younger brother Robert in an environment surrounded by animals at the Australia Zoo. Her initial name was inspired by her father's favorite female crocodile from the Australia Zoo. Sue is her middle name, and it is named after a family dog that died of cancer.
Bindi's net worth as of 2022 is estimated to be more than $3 million. At the time of his death, her father was estimated to be worth $10 million. In 2006, when Bindi was just eight years old, her father was killed by a stingray.
Bindi and her brother Robert are both worth over $3 million! Both Irwin children will receive $6 million in total. Terri, her mother, is worth $80 million and owns Australia Zoo in addition to having been in several television series and films.
Earning from Documentary and Shows
Steve's daughter presented "My Daddy, The Crocodile Hunter," a documentary special about her father, in 2007. She also became the host of "Bindi, the Jungle Girl," a Discovery Kids show with 26 episodes. A television special called "Life in Lockdown" was broadcast between the second and third seasons, showcasing how the Australia Zoo dealt with the coronavirus outbreak.
There was also a televised program with her longtime partner and American environmentalist, dubbed "Bindi's Wedding." Season 3 of Crikey! is now available. The Irwins have begun broadcasting exclusively on DiscoveryPlus, with the first episode premiering on February 7, 2021.
Earning from Music
On November 27, 2006, Irwin released her debut album, "Bindi Kid Fitness with Steven Irwin and the Crocmen." She rapped on her debut song, "Trouble in the Jungle," which she released a year later. In October 2008, she released her second album, "Bindi Kid Fitness 2 Jungle Dance Party."
In 2009, she founded a new band named Bindi and The Jungle Girls, and her third album, "Bindi and The Jungle Girls African Dance Party," was published in 2013. "Bindi and The Jungle Girls Bindi's Island Dance Party," Bindi's fourth album, was published in 2016.
Earning from Dancing Show
Bindi participated in the 21st season of Dancing With the Stars when she was 17 years old.
The young lady went on to win the top prize, which was rumored to be over $360,000, in cooperation with Derek Hough.
Bindi Irwin and her now-husband moved into Sunshine Coast's mansion in 2018. The property has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two parking spaces, and a jetty for their yacht, 'Croc One.'
Bindi Irwin's black SUV is frequently seen on the road.
Making Money on Social Media
Irwin is impeccably active on social media. She has a tick-tock account with more than 29.5k followers.
Twitter and Instagram are also some platforms she is active on. On Twitter, she has 779.6k followers and more than 4.9 million on her Instagram.
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