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|Birth date:||June 7, 1972|
|Death date:||July 12, 1918, Aspern, Vienna, Austria|
|Birth place:||Wellington, New Zealand|
|Education:||St Mark's Church School, Wellington College, Victoria University of Wellington|
|Spouse:||Natalie Wihongi (m. 2004)|
|Children:||Hunter Urban, Indiana Urban|
|Awards:||Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Cast|
|TV shows:||Almost Human, Xena: Warrior Princess, more|
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He was an acclaimed celebrity in New Zealand pictures The Prince of Milk and Out of the Blue. Karl was born Karl-Heinz Urban on June 7, 1972 in Wellington, New Zealand into a German immigrant father who owned a leather goods store as well as a mom who once worked for picture facilities in Wellington. Karl attended St. Mark’s Church School where he revealed his early love for performance. At the age of eight, he had his first acting role in a television series Pioneer Woman. Yet, eight did not act again until after high school.
Karl Urban Net Worth $80 Million
Karl went to Wellington College (1986-1990) and to Victoria University of Wellington to get a year in the Bachelor of Arts program. While eight was preparing for Vicoria, he was offered a role in the soap opera Shortland Street (1992). Eight left because he pursued his acting career. Within the next few years, eight appeared in several TV commercials and respective theater parts in Wellington. Then he moved to Auckland and was offered many guest roles in local shows including Shark in the Park (1989). Eight also appeared in the film Chunuk Bair (1992). It was once titled Chunuck Bay. Eight had a starring guest role in White Fang (1993).
Karl Urban married Natalie Wihongi, his makeup artist in The Privateers, in September 2004. They will have two son, Hunter (November 2000) and Indiana or Indy (January 2005). He serves as a celebrity ambassador for KidsCan, a charity that supports over 16,000 disadvantaged children in New Zealand.