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In the early 1990s, she played Beth Brennan in the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
Three years after leaving the programme, she began a singing career with her successful hit cover of Ednaswap's song, "Torn".
Further releases include White Lilies Island (2001), Counting Down the Days (2005), a hits compilation, Glorious: The Singles 97–07 (2007), Come To Life (2009), and a cover album of songs originally performed by male artists, Male (2015).
In addition to her singing career, Imbruglia has appeared in several films, including 2003 film Johnny English and an Australian indie film, Closed for Winter (2009).
Imbruglia was born on 4 February 1975, in Sydney, Australia, second of four daughters of Maxene (née Anderson) and Elliot Imbruglia.
Her father is of Italian descent (a Sicilian from Lipari who emigrated to Australia with his family at age 5).
and studied ballet, tap and highland dancing, hoping to make a career of it.
Imbruglia appeared in Australian television commercials for Coca-Cola and the Australian snack Twisties.
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She left school at the age of 16, to pursue acting.She secured a role as Beth Brennan on the Australian soap opera Neighbours.She signed a record deal with BMG, after a demo of "Torn" impressed RCA Records.Imbruglia's first international single, "Torn", was a cover of an Ednaswap song.It reached number two on the UK Singles Chart in November 1997, number one on airplay around the world and number one on the Billboard Airplay chart for 14 weeks.It sold more than one million copies in the United Kingdom alone.As of 2011, 'Torn' was the most played song on Australian radio since 1990, played 300,500 times since 1998, an average of 75 a day, based on data compiled by the Australian Performing Rights Association (APRA).It was released as a radio single in the US, but not on CD.The single was on Billboard's Hot 100 Airplay chart for 14 weeks.At the time, singles not released commercially could not be on the overall Hot 100 chart (combined sales and airplay).By the time the policy changed in late 1998, "Torn" was heading down the charts, so its peak on the Hot 100 ended at 42.