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|Birth date:||July 20, 1964|
|Birth place:||Eugene, Oregon, USA|
|Height:||5' 3¾" (1.62 m)|
|Spouse:||Steve Irwin (m. 1992 - 2006)|
|Children:||Bindi Irwin (1998), Robert Clarence Irwin (2003)|
|Parents:||Clarence and Judy Raines|
|Awards:||InStyle Australia Women of Style Environmental Award (2014), Honorary Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia for her wildlife conservation efforts|
|Nominations:||Australian of the Year Awards for Queensland (2014)|
|Movies:||The Crocodile Hunter, Bindi the Jungle Girl, Ocean's Deadliest, The Crocodile Hunter Diaries, Croc Files|
|TV shows:||Planet's Best with Terri and Bindi, Bindi: The Jungle Girl for Discovery Kids|
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Terri Irwin Net Worth $66 Million
She spent her youth caring for and riding horses. She was likewise affected by her dad who often brought home wildlife that have been injured traveling. As a young adult, her summers were spent researching the wilds. In 1968, Irwin worked in the family business subsequently began a rehabilitation facility called Cougar Country. It was meant to reeducate and release predatory mammals and after managed 300 creatures annually. She also possessed fifteen cats, several birds as well as a dog. In 1989, she joined an emergency veterinary hospital as a veterinary technician. Terri met Steve Irwin during a vacation in Australia when she seen the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park. Collectively, they instantly started their life in Australia with wildlife documentary filming, an awesome zoo, a collection of experiences and two incredible kids. Terri and Steve have their popular television programs on Animal Planet. In addition they released a feature film The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course in 2002. These programs are seen in 142 countries and seen by 500 million audiences world-wide. Terri Irwin was given an Honorary Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia in 2006 for her “exceptional commitments to wildlife conservation as well as the tourism sector”.