Top 20 Religious Leader celebrities in Australia
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Religious Leader celebrities [Updated June 2, 2023].
Nick Vujicic was born
on December 4, 1982
in Melbourne, Australia.
He starred in the 2009 short film The Butterfly Circus, which won several film festival awards.
Net Worth 2020: $500 Thousand
Mary MacKillop was born
on January 15, 1842
in Fitzroy, Australia.
She is the first Australian to be recognized by the Catholic Church as a saint.
Ken Ham was born
on October 20, 1951
in Cairns, Australia.
His Creation Museum, teaching Young Earth Creationism, was opened by AIG in 2007 in Petersburg, Kentucky.
George Pell was born
on June 8, 1941
He criticized Pope Benedict XVI
's decision to retire, reasoning that it would set a problematic precedent.
Daniel Willis was born
on April 8, 1954
Before beginning his religious career, he attended business school and subsequently worked for an Australian food distribution company called Arnott's Biscuits.
Laura Lentz was born
on October 12, 1978
Irene McCormack was born
on August 21, 1938
She was an avid amateur tennis player and golfer.
Glenn Davies was born
on September 26, 1950
In 1989, he published a book titled Faith and Obedience in Romans.
Benjamin Houston was born
on February 14, 1982
Pastor who began leading the Los Angeles chapter of the Pentecostal megachurch Hillsong in 2014. He came to the church from Australia, where his father Brian was the President of the Assemblies of God.
He has more than 240,000 followers on Instagram.