Charlotte Church (Singer-songwriter) Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Net Worth

Charlotte Church Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Charlotte Church is a Welsh singer-songwriter, actress, television presenter and political activist from Cardiff, Wales.

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Charlotte Church Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 21 February 1986
Birth Day 21 February
Birth Years 1986
Age 35 years old
Birth Place Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Birth City Wales
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality Welsh
Famous As Actor
Also Known for Actor
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Occupation Actor

Famously known by the Family name Charlotte Church, is a great Actor. She was born on 21 February 1986, in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Wales is a beautiful and populous city located in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom United Kingdom.

Charlotte Church Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Church was born Charlotte Maria Reed in Llandaff, a district of Cardiff, Wales, the daughter of Maria (née Cooper) and Stephen Reed, a computer engineer. Stephen walked out on Charlotte and her mother when she was two, and she was subsequently raised by her mother. She was brought up as a Roman Catholic. In 1992, Maria married her second husband, James Church, who adopted Charlotte in 1999. She has four siblings; two younger half-brothers through her biological father, Luke and Alexander, and two older step-siblings from her adoptive father’s previous marriage, Elisha and Andrew. Her musical break came at age 11 when she sang Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Pie Jesu” over the telephone on the television show This Morning in 1997, followed by her performance on ITV’s Big, Big Talent Show in 1997.

A request to sing Pie Jesu at Rupert Murdoch’s 1999 wedding to Wendy Deng, led to concerts at Cardiff Arms Park, the Royal Albert Hall and opening for Dame Shirley Bassey in Antwerp. Church also received a vocal scholarship to Howell’s School Llandaff in Cardiff where she started in 1998, after leaving The Cathedral School, Llandaff. With help from tutors, she was able to manage both performing and school work, and said in many interviews that she was “just like every other girl her age”. She left school at age 16.

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Charlotte Church Net Worth

Charlotte Church has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which she earned from her occupation as Actor. Popularly known as the Actor of United Kingdom. She is seen as one of the most successful Actor of all times. Charlotte Church Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Welsh Actor.

Charlotte entered the career as Actor In her early life after completing her formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Charlotte Church Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

Church’s personal life and relationships have often been reported in UK tabloid newspapers, inspiring the song “Let’s Be Alone” on her album Tissues and Issues. At age 15 she was criticised for remarks attributed to her by the New York Post in which she allegedly criticised “the hero status afforded to New York firefighters” in the aftermath of the 11 September 2001 attacks. She apologised for the remarks one month later, as well as at the Leveson Inquiry in 2011, stating that her comments were taken out of context. In a 2006 interview with Davina McCall, she agreed being diplomatic was “not in her nature”. In November 2011, Church testified before the Leveson Inquiry about the media intrusion into her personal life stating “I’ve been made a caricature for so long, and this person portrayed in the tabloids really isn’t me. It’s not the person I am, and it’s had a massive impact on my career. As an artist, I find it hard to be taken seriously because my credibility has been blown to bits.” On 27 February 2012 Church accepted £600,000 in damages and costs in settlement of a lawsuit arising out of the News International phone hacking scandal. She had claimed that 33 stories about her that appeared in the News of the World were the product of illegal hacking into her family’s voicemail. After the settlement was announced in open court she made a lengthy statement in which she said, “I have also discovered that despite the apology which the newspaper has just given in court, these people were prepared to go to any lengths to prevent me exposing their behaviour. They are not truly sorry. They are just sorry they got caught.”

The press devoted much attention to Church’s relationship with her first boyfriend in 2002, model and musician Steve Johnson, her second boyfriend, Kyle Johnson, who was later jailed for possession of a large amount of heroin, as well as her third boyfriend Gavin Henson, a Welsh rugby player who she started dating in 2005. At the end of 2005, she bought a property in her native Cardiff—for a reported £500,000—which she later sold for £900,000. The couple then bought a manor with a 20-acre (8 hectare) small holding in the Vale of Glamorgan in the village of St Brides Major. The couple mentioned marriage on talk shows and in the press; they eventually became engaged in April 2010. In 2007, Church made another appearance on a British young people’s rich list with Henson. They were ranked 49th-richest young people in Britain with an estimated joint wealth of £12 million.

Church gave birth to a daughter, Ruby Megan Henson, on 20 September 2007, and to a son, Dexter Lloyd Henson, on 11 January 2009. Church and Henson separated in 2010, six weeks after becoming engaged.

Charlotte Church’s official Twitter account

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Social Network

Born on 21 February 1986, the Actor Charlotte Church is arguably the world’s most influential social media star. Charlotte is an ideal celebrity influencer. With her large number of social media fans, she often posts many personal photos and videos to interact with her huge fan base on social media platforms. Personal touch and engage with her followers. You can scroll down for information about her Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2019

In 2019, Church wrote numerous opinion pieces for The Guardian.

2018

In 2018, Church appeared in the BBC One documentary Charlotte Church: Inside My Brain, in which she explores the subject of mental health and the various kinds of research being done in the field.

2017

In January 2017, she took part in a protest in Cardiff about Donald Trump’s inauguration as US president.

Church had dated musician Johnny Powell since 2010, and married him on 4 October 2017.

2015

Following Church’s appearance at the Leveson Inquiry, she became increasingly outspoken on a number of political issues, which she has explained as growing out of her experience of Leveson as well as the Conservative victory in the 2015 general election. She is a member of media campaigning group Hacked Off. In May 2015 she joined a demonstration organised by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity in Cardiff, subsequently addressing a crowd of 250,000 at a People’s Assembly march in London the following month. At the 2015 Glastonbury Festival she chaired a conversation with two members of Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot. In August 2015 she performed the song “This Bitter Earth” outside the Shell Centre in London as part of a month-long protest organised by Greenpeace against Shell’s pursuit of petroleum exploration in the Arctic.

In September 2015, she endorsed Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign in the Labour Party leadership election, but by December 2015 she was calling for him to be replaced by a “fresh face” who was more electable. In 2016, Church along with numerous other celebrities, toured the UK to support Corbyn’s bid to become Prime Minister, and in March 2016, performed at a socialist fundraising event in Edinburgh for Corbyn. In May 2016, she declared her support for the Welsh Nationalist party, Plaid Cymru in the National Assembly for Wales election.

2014

Church’s fourth EP FOUR was released on 10 March 2014. She released a music video for the lead single from her fourth EP, “Little Movements” on YouTube on 15 March 2014.

In 2014 Church performed as Mrs Ogmore Pritchard in a BBC adaptation of Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas.

2013

ONE and TWO were combined for a US release on 12 March 2013. Church promoted ONE and TWO in the US with her first North American performances in almost a decade. She appeared in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and at the South by Southwest Festival. Her costumes for her North American concerts were designed by Zoe Howerska.

Church released the lead single from her third EP, “I Can Dream” via Soundcloud on 15 July 2013. Her third EP THREE was released on 19 August 2013.

Church gave BBC 6 Music’s John Peel Lecture at The Lowry in Salford in 2013, in which she criticised the music industry for what she described as a culture of sexism that pressures female artists to project a sexualised image of themselves.

2012

On 26 May 2012, Church premiered three new songs “The Rise”, “How Not to be Surprised When You’re a Ghost”, and “Say It’s True” on BBC Radio with Bethan Elfyn. Church released her first EP ONE on 4 September 2012.

On 19 December 2012, Church released the lead single from her second EP, “Glitterbombed” on The Line of Best Fit, an online music magazine. Her second EP TWO was released on 4 March 2013.

2011

It was announced on 13 March 2011 that Church had terminated her US$3 million deal with Power Amp Music over promotional disputes. Her spokesperson released the following statement: “All I can really say, because of the confidentiality issues, is that it was in Charlotte’s financial interests to do so before the agreement entered the second year of its term. This is typical for these type of deals, which are investment deals rather than record deals. I can also say that the decision to terminate the term early, which suited both parties, was made well before the commercial release of the album”. A spokesperson from the record label also released a statement saying “It didn’t work out with Charlotte and that’s fair enough. There was no falling out. It was a mutual decision. They decided to exit the deal”.

The third single to be released from the album, “Snow” was released on 11 April 2011.

2010

She rose to fame in childhood as a classical singer before branching into pop music in 2005. By 2007, she had sold more than 10 million records worldwide including over 5 million in the United States. In 2010, she was reported to be worth as much as £11m (though one 2003 report quoted her worth at £25m). She hosted a Channel 4 chat show titled The Charlotte Church Show. Church released her first album in five years, titled Back to Scratch, on 17 October 2010. Church is a soprano.

Church appeared on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on 13 March 2010, where she confirmed that she had already begun writing and recording her sixth studio album. Church also stated that the album was of a different sound to previous ones, more mature with a “kooky” vibe.

On 4 August 2010, Church made a new track, “Cold California”, available to download from her website.

Church’s new album, Back to Scratch, was released in the UK on 25 October 2010. The 14-track album was produced by Martin Terefe. Back to Scratch was preceded by a single – the LP’s title track – on 24 October. “Back to Scratch” was originally inspired “by problems facing a family member”, but Church admitted in a press release that the song now has resonance to her own personal life following her split from Gavin Henson. Back to Scratch also featured the song “The Actors”, which Church performed on BBC One talent contest Over The Rainbow, and a cover of Joni Mitchell’s “River”.

In January 2010 for Hospital 24/7, Church made an appearance on the programme finale, where she visits the Children’s Hospital for Wales to launch the Noah’s Ark Appeals campaign to fund the equipment in the new Critical Care Unit, which will help children needing high dependency, or critical & intensive care.

2009

In June 2009, Church was interviewed for Hello! magazine, and discussed her life since having her second child. She said that she was currently in the studio, resuming work on a new album and that her partner, Gavin Henson, had been strongly encouraging her to get back to work pursuing the career that she has greatly missed since settling down.

2008

Articles emerged in the UK press in March and April 2008 stating that she was still training classically, considering a return to classical crossover. Church has sung in religious services in Taizé. She has also performed before Pope John Paul II, Queen Elizabeth II, the Prince of Wales and Bill Clinton.

In June 2008, she became pregnant with her son, Dexter Lloyd Henson. In Church’s latest interview, she mentioned she would be ready to work on more music in a few months, although she was not sure whether she would further develop her career in classical, pop, or both, as she loves both genres for different reasons. Church also mentioned that she has been working with a vocal instructor to keep her voice in check, and while she has never put a focus on her body image, she would like to get back into pre-pregnancy shape before resuming work.

In late June 2008, Channel 4 began showing trials for the series. It has since concluded its eight-show run. A Christmas special aired on 21 December 2008. The show ended after its third series.

2007

In 2007, Church became Patron of the charity The Topsy Foundation UK, helping to raise awareness and funds for its work to support rural communities in South Africa, empowering people infected with and affected by HIV and AIDS, through medical care, social support and skills development.

Church gave birth to a daughter, Ruby Megan Henson, on 20 September 2007, and to a son, Dexter Lloyd Henson, on 11 January 2009. Church and Henson separated in 2010, six weeks after becoming engaged.

2006

In April 2006, Church performed three concerts in Glasgow, London, and Cardiff, in venues holding between 2,000 and 3,000 people; the dates at London and Cardiff were sold out. Supported by Irish band the New Druids, Church performed a mix of tracks from her debut pop album and a number of pop covers including Prince’s “Kiss” and Gloria Estefan’s “Rhythm is Gonna Get You”.

In November 2006, it was announced that she and Sony had parted ways. According to her publicist, this was a mutual decision reached after a series of meetings throughout the year, which were held since her six-album contract had ended. There was speculation that Church had decided to take a break from her singing career to focus on her television show. Others suggested that her pop releases’ chart performance contributed to the decision. Yet another factor was her pregnancy with her daughter, Ruby Megan Henson.

In the summer of 2006, Church began work on her own entertainment TV show, The Charlotte Church Show. After a pilot episode which caused some controversy and which was never released to the public, the series began on 1 September 2006 on Channel 4. Church won a British Comedy Award for “Best Female Comedy Newcomer” in 2006, and the ‘Funniest TV Personality’ award at the 2006 Loaded Magazine’s ‘LAFTA’ awards. In 2008, she was nominated for the Rose d’Or Special Award for Best Entertainer.

2005

In 2005, Church issued her first pop album Tissues and Issues. Four singles were moderately successful in the UK with “Crazy Chick” reaching number two, “Call My Name” number ten, “Even God Can’t Change the Past” number seventeen, and “Moodswings” number fourteen. Although these were released in Australia as well, they failed to reach the same level of success there. Church’s pop album was released in the US through Amazon.com MP3 shop, and iTunes in 2009.

In December 2005, for The Paul O’Grady Show Christmas pantomime, The Wizard of Oz, Church played Dorothy Gale.

2003

In 2003 Church teamed up with trance music producer Jurgen Vries to sing vocals on his track The Opera Song (Brave New World). She was credited on the records as CMC (her initials) as it was her first foray into pop music. The song reached number three in the UK Singles Chart, Church’s second highest charting single and Vries’ highest.

2002

In 2002, at 16, she released a “best of” album called Prelude, and took part in the Royal Christmas tour alongside Dame Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, marking the end of her classical music career. Her next album, Tissues and Issues, would be a pop release.

The press devoted much attention to Church’s relationship with her first boyfriend in 2002, model and musician Steve Johnson, as well as her second boyfriend Gavin Henson, a Welsh rugby player whom she started dating in 2005. At the end of 2005, she bought a property in her native Cardiff—for a reported £500,000—which she later sold for £900,000. The couple then bought a manor with a 20-acre (8 hectare) small holding in the Vale of Glamorgan in the village of St Brides Major. The couple mentioned marriage on talk shows and in the press; they eventually became engaged in April 2010. In 2007, Church made another appearance on a British young people’s rich list with Henson. They were ranked 49th-richest young people in Britain with an estimated joint wealth of £12 million.

2001

In 2001, Church added more pop, swing, and Broadway with her album Enchantment. That year, Church made her first film appearance in the 2001 Ron Howard film A Beautiful Mind. Celine Dion was beginning a concert engagement in Las Vegas and was not available to perform the film’s end title song, “All Love Can Be”, so composer James Horner enlisted Church and the song was rewritten for her vocal range. Church also handled other vocal passages throughout the score.

In 2001, The Daily Star (a tabloid newspaper) was mocked and criticised for featuring a picture of Church in a tight top with sexualised comments (“she’s a big girl now … chest swell!”) next to a piece condemning Chris Morris’ “Paedogeddon” episode of Brass Eye, a comedy spoof of current affairs shows.

Church’s personal life and relationships have often been reported in UK tabloid newspapers, inspiring the song “Let’s Be Alone” on her album Tissues and Issues. At age 15 she was criticised for remarks attributed to her by the New York Post in which she allegedly criticised “the hero status afforded to New York firefighters” in the aftermath of the 11 September 2001 attacks. She apologised for the remarks one month later, as well as at the Leveson Inquiry in 2011, stating that her comments were taken out of context. In a 2006 interview with Davina McCall, she agreed being diplomatic was “not in her nature”. In November 2011, Church testified before the Leveson Inquiry about the media intrusion into her personal life stating “I’ve been made a caricature for so long, and this person portrayed in the tabloids really isn’t me. It’s not the person I am, and it’s had a massive impact on my career. As an artist, I find it hard to be taken seriously because my credibility has been blown to bits.” On 27 February 2012 Church accepted £600,000 in damages and costs in settlement of a lawsuit arising out of the News International phone hacking scandal. She had claimed that 33 stories about her that appeared in the News of the World were the product of illegal hacking into her family’s voicemail. After the settlement was announced in open court she made a lengthy statement in which she said, “I have also discovered that despite the apology which the newspaper has just given in court, these people were prepared to go to any lengths to prevent me exposing their behaviour. They are not truly sorry. They are just sorry they got caught.”

2000

In 2000, she released Dream a Dream, an album of Christmas carols. It included Church’s first foray into a more non classical, pop-influenced style in the title track Dream a Dream, borrowing the melody from Fauré’s Pavane and featuring child American country singer Billy Gilman.

Church released an autobiography titled Voice of an Angel (My Life So Far) in October 2000, at 14. She released a second autobiography titled Keep Smiling in late 2007.

1999

A request to sing Pie Jesu at Rupert Murdoch’s 1999 wedding to Wendy Deng, led to concerts at Cardiff Arms Park, the Royal Albert Hall and opening for Dame Shirley Bassey in Antwerp. Church also received a vocal scholarship to Howell’s School Llandaff in Cardiff where she started in 1998, after leaving The Cathedral School, Llandaff. With help from tutors, she was able to manage both performing and school work, and said in many interviews that she was “just like every other girl her age”. She left school at age 16.

Church has made a number of cameo appearances on television. She appeared in the CBS series Touched by an Angel, starred in the 1999 Christmas special of Heartbeat, and in 2002, 2003 and 2012 she appeared on episodes of Have I Got News For You (the first time as the show’s youngest-ever panellist; the second time as host). In 2005, she played herself in an episode of The Catherine Tate Show, in a sketch with the fictional character Joannie Taylor. In 2008, she appeared briefly in a sketch in Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show.

1992

Church was born Charlotte Maria Reed in Llandaff, a district of Cardiff, Wales, the daughter of Maria (née Cooper) and Stephen Reed, a computer engineer. Stephen walked out on Charlotte and her mother when she was two, and she was subsequently raised by her mother. She was brought up as a Roman Catholic. In 1992, Maria married her second husband, James Church, who adopted Charlotte in 1999. She has four siblings; two younger half-brothers through her biological father, Luke and Alexander, and two older step-siblings from her adoptive father’s previous marriage, Elisha and Andrew. Her musical break came at age 11 when she sang Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Pie Jesu” over the telephone on the television show This Morning in 1997, followed by her performance on ITV’s Big, Big Talent Show in 1997.

1986

Charlotte Maria Church (born Charlotte Maria Reed, 21 February 1986) is a Welsh singer-songwriter, actress, television presenter and political activist.

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