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Ruby Hunter was born on 31 October, 1955 in Murray Bridge, Australia, is an Australian Aboriginal singer-songwriter. At 55 years old, Ruby Hunter height not available right now. We will update Ruby Hunter's height soon as possible.

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Ruby Hunter Age 55 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 31 October 1955
Birthday 31 October
Birthplace Murray Bridge, Australia
Date of death February 17, 2010,
Died Place Victoria, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Who Is Ruby Hunter's Husband?

Her husband is Archie Roach (m. ?–2010)

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Husband Archie Roach (m. ?–2010)
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Ruby Hunter Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Ruby Hunter worth at the age of 55 years old? Ruby Hunter’s income source is mostly from being a successful Songwriter. She is from Australia. We have estimated Ruby Hunter's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Songwriter

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Hunter died of a heart attack on 17 February 2010, aged 54. Her partner Archie Roach established "Ruby's Foundation" to help continue her legacy. The foundation is dedicated to creating opportunities for Aboriginal people through the promotion, celebration and support of Aboriginal arts and culture.


In 2005, Hunter was invited by Deborah Conway to take part in the Broad Festival project, with three other Australian female artists, where they performed their own and each other's songs. With Hunter and Conway were Sara Storer, Katie Noonan and Clare Bowditch.


Hunter won Deadlys in 2000 for Female Artist of the Year, 2003 for Outstanding Contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music and 2004 for Excellence in Film & Theatrical Score. She made her acting debut in One Night the Moon. With Roach and Paul Grabowsky, she wrote and performed the concert "Ruby's Story", which tells her life story through song and spoken word.


She received two ARIA Award nominations, for Best Indigenous Release for Thoughts Within in 1995, and Best Blues & Roots Album for Feeling Good in 2000, respectively.


Hunter first performed in public in 1988 during a festival at Bondi Pavilion in Sydney, where she performed "Proud, Proud Woman," the first song she had written. In 1990, she wrote the autobiographical "Down City Streets", which was performed by Roach on his debut solo album Charcoal Lane. In 1994, Hunter became the first Indigenous Australian woman to record a solo "rock" album, and the first Aboriginal woman signed to a major record label, when she released her debut album Thoughts Within.


Ruby Charlotte Margaret Hunter (31 October 1955 – 17 February 2010) was an Aboriginal Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist. She was a Ngarrindjeri woman, who often performed with her partner, Archie Roach AM, whom she met at the age of 16, while both were homeless teenagers. Born near the mouth of the Murray River in the Coorong region of South Australia, Hunter was forcibly taken from her family at the age of eight as part of the Stolen Generation.