NATALIE IMBRUGLIA (Lorna Campbell) grew up in Berkeley Vale, a small
beach town north of Sydney. By the time she was 16, she landed a part in
successful Australian continuing drama series, Neighbours. At 19, she left
Ramsay Street for London to pursue a music career and soon after she had a
recording contract with BMG.
In 1997, Imbruglia released her debut album, Left of Middle, which sold over
six million units. Collaborating with writer/producer Phil Thornally,
singer/songwriter Mark Goldenberg and Radiohead producer/mixer Nigel Godrich,
Imbruglia wrote or co-wrote nine of the 12 songs on the album. "Torn,"
the album's first hit, topped the charts across Europe, selling more than a
million copies in the U.K.
After a period away from the limelight, Natalie returned with a second album,
White Lilies Island, written in England and America and recorded in London. On
it, Imbruglia worked with a variety of some of the music industry's leading
producers and collaborators, and the album features the singles "That
Day," "Wrong Impression" and "Beauty on the Fire."
In 2002, Imbruglia was announced as the new face for L'Oreal cosmetics and
she also appeared in an advertising print campaign for the international
clothing chain, Gap. Johnny English marks her feature film debut.
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