Sophie Monk has an estimated net worth of $6 million
Sophie Monk is an English singer, actress, and model with an estimated net worth of $6 million. She is 5’6″ and weighs 117 pounds. Sophie Charlene Monk was born on December 14, 1979 in London, United Kingdom. While Monk was still young, her parents moved to Australia’s Gold Coast, Queensland. As a child she studied classical opera.
In 1999 Monk answered an ad in a newspaper which requested for girls who had vocal and dance skills to participate in a reality series. After performing her rendition of Marliyn Monroe’s “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” she moved past the first round. Monk made it through many grueling rounds and was selected to be a member of the girl group, Bardot. Bardot went on to become the first Australian musical act to debut at the No. 1 spot with both its single “Poison” and eponymous debut album.
In 2002, Sophia Monk signed a solo record deal with Warner Music Australia. Her first single “Inside Outside” peaked at No. 5 on the ARIA Singles Charts. Her debut album Calendar Girl was released on May 5, 2003 to mixed reviews and peaked at No. 35 on the ARIA Albums Chart. She parted ways with Warner Music a year later.
Sophia Monk has also become a steadily working actress and model. The blonde beauty has appeared in commercials for Diet Vanilla Coke, Pepsi Max, LG Electronics, and Expozay Swimwear. She has the covered a number of men’s magazines, some of which include Maxim, FHM, Stuff, and Ralph. In October 2012 Sophie Monk was ranked No. 7 on Maxim Australia’s Hot 100.
Of course Monk’s beauty landed her in Hollywood films. Some of Sophie Monk’s notable filmography include Date Movie (2006), Click (2006), The Hills Run Red (2009), National Lampoon’s 301: The Legend of Awesome Maximus (2011).
Sophie Monk has enough net worth to buy:
1. 75,000 BISSELL CleanView Vacuum Cleaners ($80 each)
2. 30,303.03 Linea Pelle Astor Cross Body Bags ($198 each)
3. 240,000 RainStoppers 60-inch Windbuster Golf Umbrellas ($25 each)
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