Kate Miller-Heidke : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Career

Kate Miller-Heidke is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career

Name Kate Miller-Heidke
Birthdate ( Age) 16 November 1981
Place of Birth Gladstone Central, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Keir Nuttall (m. 2007)
Children One
Parents Jenny Miller, Greg Heidke
Education Master of Music degree at Queensland University of Technology
Profession Australian singer-songwriter and actress
Net Worth $2.5 Million
Last Update October 2021

Kate Melinda Miller-Heidke is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress. Although classically trained, she has generally followed a career in alternative pop music. She signed to Sony Australia, Epic in the US and RCA in the UK, but since 2014 has been an independent artist.

She represented Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel with her song, “Zero Gravity” (January 2019). She is the only person to have sung at Coachella, the New York Metropolitan Opera, and Eurovision.

Early Life and Family

Kate Melinda Miller-Heidke was born on 16 November 1981 in Gladstone, Queensland.Her mother, Jenny Miller, was a ballet dancer and then a dance teacher and her father, Greg Heidke, is a high school principal.After her parents separated, she was raised between Indooroopilly with her mother and Auchenflower with her father; she has two siblings.One of her cousins, Annie Lee, portrays Mourne Kransky in the comedy trio, the Kransky Sisters.

For secondary education Miller-Heidke attended Kelvin Grove State College (two years), Brigidine College, Indooroopilly (one year) prior to graduating from St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School (two years) in 1998.She completed a Bachelor of Music degree in Classical Voice from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music at Griffith University on full scholarship,followed by a Master of Music degree at Queensland University of Technology.

Kate Miller-Heidke Husband

She started dating the other group’s lead singer and guitarist, Keir Nuttall, in the early 2000s while both attended Queensland Conservatorium of Music.Nuttall and his group, Transport, became part of her backing band by 2003. Nuttall has also collaborated in songwriting, side projects and as a record producer. The couple married in November 2007, and in 2016 they had their first child.

Kate Miller-Heidke Net Worth

Kate Melinda Miller-Heidke is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress has an estimated Net Worth around $2.5 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

As a classical singer, she has won awards: Elizabeth Muir Prize (2000), Donald Penman Prize (2001), Linda Edith Allen Memorial Prize (2002) and Horace Keats Prize (2002). Her conservatorium performances were in Orpheus in the Underworld (2000), Venus and Adonis (2002) and The Pilgrim’s Progress (2002).As an Opera Queensland Developing Artist, Miller-Heidke has performed as an understudy in productions, Sweeney Todd, Don Pasquale and Un ballo in maschera. In July 2005 she made her solo professional operatic debut with Opera Queensland in the role of Flora in Britten’s The Turn of the Screw.

She performed at an annual event, Women in Voice, three times: in 2002, 2004 and 2005, where she shared the stage with Pearly Black, Margret RoadKnight, Jenny Morris and Chrissy Amphlett.Miller-Heidke became known in Brisbane from these performances and her 2005 appearance in Women in Voice 14 won her the Helpmann Award for Best Performance in an Australian Contemporary Concert.

Miller-Heidke’s second album, Curiouser, was released on 18 October 2008, which was recorded in Los Angeles, she worked with co-producers Nuttall and Mickey Petralia (Beck, Flight of the Conchords).The tracks were mostly written during a two-month period with creative collaborator and now-husband, Nuttall.The album’s lead single, “Can’t Shake It” debuted on the ARIA Singles Chart at No. 38 in October 2008, making it her first top 40 song.

At the ARIA Music Awards of 2009 in November, the singer performed and was also nominated four more times, Single of the Year for “The Last Day on Earth”, Best Video for “The last Day on Earth” (directed by Mark Alston) and Best Female Artist and Best Pop Release for Curiouser.Miller-Heidke toured throughout the US, United Kingdom and continental Europe as support act for Ben Folds.

In early 2019 Miller-Heidke was one of ten candidates to represent Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with “Zero Gravity” at Eurovision – Australia Decides.The track was co-written by Miller-Heidke, Nuttall and Julian Hamilton and was short-listed for the APRA Song of the Year of 2020. She won the Australian candidacy, in February, for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel.The singer was joined onstage by Israeli backing singers.

In October 2020 the singer released her fifth studio album, Child in Reverse, which peaked at No. 9.It was recorded and produced in Melbourne by Evan Klar for EMI Records.The Music AU’s Guido Farnell, observed, “eleven nuggets of finely crafted pop tunes that are soft, dreamy and impossibly silky smooth whilst moving to compulsive grooves.”Staff writers for scenstr.com.au, noticed that the tracks were “sculpted into 3 and 4-minute shots of love and fear, memory and empathy, rage and redemption.”In the same year she participated in The Masked Singer Australia as the “Queen” and was the runner-up on the second season of the show.