Natalie Anne Barr (born 19 March 1968, age 48) is an Australian journalist, news and television presenter. She was nominated for an Emmy for the coverage report she did on the O.J. Simpson car chase debacle. She holds a degree of journalism from Curtin University in Perth. She joined Seven News as news reporter where she presented afternoon news updates and is currently presenter of the show Sunrise and also a presenter of Seven Early News in the same network. Barr was on news when she cried while reporting death of a woman in a siege as the woman turned out to be a sister of Sandy Dawson who had previously worked for channel 7.
Barr got married to Andrew Thompson in the year 1995. Andrew is a film editor. They are proud parents of two children. Natalie gave birth to her first son Lachlan in 2001 but lost her father an hour ago the same day from a heart attack. Son Hunter James Lancaster Thompson was born 4 years later in 2005. They have a family of five including the couple, two boys and their cat Flash.
Star of Seven Network’s show Sunrise, Natalie has put her four bedroom Calypso Avenue house in Mosman for auction. Why is she selling her house? It may come as a surprise to some. Are you wondering if it’s a debt issue? No! They are safe and sound financially. The couple has put up their house for sale after buying a new one. Yes, they bought a $3.2million Federation home of Jones Lang Lasalle chief executive Stephen Conry located in Mosman's Raglan Street at auction. It was well attended auction through McGrath’s Jacqui Rowland-Smith, with Barr enlisting a friend to bid on her behalf for her new four-bedroom house.
Barr and her husband have listed their Calypso Avenue house with L.J. Hooker, the auction scheduled for the end of the month. This home was bought by the couple in 2002 for $1.28 million from founder and managing director of IT consultancy Software Holding’s Peter Muldoon. The two-storey home is quiet similar to the new one. Both have plenty of functional living space, four bedrooms, well equipped kitchen and dining. While the Calypso Avenue property has parking space for one car, the Raglan Street house has a double carport providing extra convenience
.The Calypso Avenue house in its official listing on realestate.com.au says: 'Cohesive in its classic contemporary style whilst also highlighting its beautiful heritage features, this idyllic two storey character home is position perfect to enjoy all Mosman has to offer from its peaceful family friendly enclave'. The house is expected to pay between $2.5million and $2.75 million when it goes to auction on March 31.
Estimation her net worth this year or salary has not been disclosed by sources.