Olivia Newton-John Net Worth( Updated as of 2022).

Olivia Newton-John Net worth


Olivia Newton-John Net Worth: Dame Olivia Newton-John was an Australian singer, actor, and campaigner of British descent. She was a four-time Grammy Award winner, another top-ten success on the Billboard Hot 100, and two number-one albums on the Billboard 200; Have You Never Been Mellow (1975) and If You Love Me, Let Me Know (1974). The RIAA has certified 11 of her singles and 14 of her albums as Gold (RIAA). She has been one of the best-selling music artists of the twentieth century, with global sales of more than 100 million recordings.


Real Name: Dame Olivia Newton-John

Birth Place: Cambridge, England

Date of Birth: September 26 1948

Died: August 8 2022 (aged 73)

Height: 5’2″ ft

Weight: 57 kg

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Blonde

Religion: Jewish

Nationality: English

Zodiac Sign: Leo

Gender: Female

Marital Status: Single

Net Worth: $ 60 million.

Profession: Singer, songwriter, actress, activist

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Olivia Newton-John Net Worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Newton-John’s estimated net worth was $60 million.

Olivia Newton-Net John’s Worth is not only linked to her success in the music industry; she had also purchased luxury residences and estates that she has lavishly decorated.

The 73-year-old diva sold her beautiful seaside Malibu property to car financing billionaire Don Hankey in 2005. The mansion’s actual net worth is now believed to be more than $80 million.

This didn’t prevent Olivia Newton-John from increasing her net worth. She spent more than $4 million on a 12-acre horse ranch in Santa Inez, California. However, she sold it in May 2019 for $5.4 million.

Olivia Newton-John had recently sold her Australian country mansion for $5.5 million in her home country.

Olivia Newton-John Net worthEarly Life

Olivia was born in Cambridge, England, on September 26, 1948, to Brinley “Bryn” Newton-John (1914-1992) and Irene Helene (née Born; 1914-2003). Her father was born to a Welsh middle-class family. Her mother was German but fled to the United Kingdom with her family in 1933 to avoid the Nazi regime. Max Born, a German Jewish Nobel Prize-winning physicist, was Olivia’s maternal grandpa. 

Newton-John was the youngest of three siblings, following her medical doctor brother Hugh (1939-2019) and her actress sister Rona (1941-2013). The latter was married to Olivia’s Grease co-star Jeff Conaway (from 1980 until their divorce in 1985). Newton-family John’s moved to Melbourne, Australia, when she was six years old,

She attended Christ Church Grammar School in Melbourne’s South Yarra and Parkville University High School.

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Personal Life

She dated Australian actor Ian Turpie, her co-star in the 1965 musical picture Funny Things Happen Down Under, in the 1960s. She was engaged in 1968 to Bruce Welch, one of her early producers and co-writer of her hit “Please Mr Please,” who later attempted suicide. On the French Riviera, while on vacation in 1973, she met British businessman Lee Kramer, who became her new boyfriend and manager. She referred to their rocky relationship as “one long breakup,” and she lived with Kramer until 1979. She married her long-term partner Matt Lattanzi in 1984, whom she divorced in 1995; they met four years before while filming Xanadu.

Chloe Rose, the couple’s daughter, was born in 1986. Newton-John met gaffer/cameraman Patrick McDermott in 2005. The couple dated for nine years before he went missing off the coast of California. She was never a suspect in his disappearance.

Illness and Death

Newton-John’s breast cancer had returned and metastasized to her lower back, revealed in May 2017. Her back symptoms had been misdiagnosed as sciatica. She later stated that this was her third struggle with breast cancer. She had a recurrence in 2013 in addition to her initial diagnosis in 1992. Many celebrities, including John Travolta and Barbra Streisand, paid tribute.  The State of Victoria offered a state funeral for Newton-John, which her family accepted. However, she will be buried at her property in California.



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