Bindi Irwin rose to international stardom at a very early age. Her father, Steve Irwin, famously referenced as “The Crocodile Hunter”, made his passion for animal conservation a family project and included his wife, Terri, and daughter, Bindi, whenever he could.
Following in her father’s footsteps, Bindi began her acting career at the tender age of 2 and had her very own show “Bindi The Jungle Girl” by the age of 8, shortly before her father was fatally stung by a stingray barb.
Over the years, Bindi has had several television appearances, hosted a few of her own shows, and lately, has been focusing on acting. Most recently, she played the lead character Nim, in the sequel to Nim’s Island.
She has grown into quite a lovely young lady.