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Harry Styles
Harry Styles November 2014.jpg
Styles in 2014
Born Harry Edward Styles
(1994-02-01) 1 February 1994 (age 23)
Redditch, Worcestershire,[1] England, UK
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actor
Home town Holmes Chapel, Cheshire
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active 2010–present
Associated acts

Harry Edward Styles[5] (born 1 February 1994)[6][7] is an English singer, songwriter, and actor. He made his debut as a singer with his band White Eskimo, who performed locally in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire. Styles rose to stardom as a member of the boy band One Direction, formed in 2010 through the British music competition series The X Factor. One Direction has released five albums, performed four worldwide tours, and won several awards.

In June 2016, Styles signed a three-album solo recording deal with Columbia Records. Preceded by its first single "Sign of the Times", his self-titled debut album was released on 12 May 2017. Styles made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan's war film Dunkirk (2017).

Early life

Styles was born in Redditch, Worcestershire.[1][8][9] He is the son of Anne Cox (née Selley) and Desmond "Des" Styles, who worked in finance.[10][11][12][13][14] Many of his ancestors were farm labourers in Norfolk.[15] Styles was raised in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, after his parents moved there along with his older sister, Gemma,[16] when he was a child.[5] He attended Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School.[17] Styles's parents divorced when he was seven and his mother later remarried,[18] he has an older stepbrother named Mike, the son of his stepfather.[19] As a sixteen-year-old, he worked part-time at the W. Mandeville Bakery in Holmes Chapel.[20]

As a child, Styles loved singing, citing Elvis Presley and Freddie Mercury as his influences.[21] While at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive, Styles was the lead singer for the band White Eskimo,[22] which won a local Battle of the Bands competition.[20]


2010: The X Factor

One Direction on The X Factor Live Tour in 2011

On 11 April 2010, Styles auditioned as a solo candidate for the seventh series of the British televised singing competition The X Factor,[23] he failed to progress to the "Boys" category at "judges' houses". Four others in his age group did as well, but after a suggestion by Nicole Scherzinger, a guest judge,[23] they were put together to form a five-piece ensemble at Wembley Arena, in London, England, in July 2010, during the "bootcamp" stage of the competition,[24] thus qualifying for the "Groups" category. Subsequently, the group got together for two weeks to get to know one another and to practise.[25][26] Styles came up with the name One Direction,[25] which he thought would sound good when The X Factor announcer Peter Dickson read their name out on the live shows.[27]

For their qualifying song at "judges' houses", and their first song as a group, One Direction sang an acoustic version of "Torn".[28] Simon Cowell later commented that the performance convinced him that the group "were confident, fun, like a gang of friends, and kind of fearless as well."[29] Within the first four weeks of the live shows, they were Cowell's last act in the competition,[30] the group quickly gained popularity in the UK.[29]

One Direction finished in third place and immediately after the final, their song "Forever Young", which would have been released if they had won The X Factor, was leaked onto the internet.[31] Shortly afterwards it was confirmed that One Direction had been signed by Cowell to a reported £2 million Syco Records record contract.[32][33] Recording for their debut album began in January 2011, as they flew to Los Angeles to work with RedOne, a record producer.[34] A book licensed by One Direction, One Direction: Forever Young (Our Official X Factor Story), was published by HarperCollins in February 2011,[35] subsequently topping The Sunday Times Best Seller list.[36] The same month, the group and other contestants from the series participated in the X Factor Live Tour,[37] during the tour the One Direction performed for 500,000 people throughout the UK.[38] After the tour concluded in April 2011, the group continued working on their debut album.[34] Recording took place in Stockholm, London and Los Angeles, as One Direction worked with producers Carl Falk, Savan Kotecha, Steve Mac, and Rami Yacoub, among others.[39][40]

2011–2015: One Direction

Harry Styles on stage with One Direction in Glasgow in January 2012 during the Up All Night Tour

Following The X Factor, One Direction were signed to Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment in 2010,[41] they released their first studio album, Up All Night, in 2011, followed by their second, Take Me Home, in 2012.[42] One Direction's debut single "What Makes You Beautiful" debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart. One Direction: This Is Us, a documentary about the group directed by Morgan Spurlock, was released in August 2013.[43] The film grossed more than $30 million worldwide its first weekend in theaters,[44] the group's third studio album, Midnight Memories, was released on 25 November 2013.[45] One Direction released their fourth studio album, Four, in 2014,[46] and their fifth, Made in the A.M., in November 2015.[47]

2016–present: Hiatus and solo projects

One Direction has a planned hiatus starting in March 2016 to pursue individual projects, on 23 June 2016, Billboard reported that Styles signed a recording contract with Columbia Records as a solo artist, the same label behind One Direction.[48] He continues to write and register songs, working with songwriters such as Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid and OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder,[49] writing for other artists such as Ariana Grande and Michael Buble, as well as for his solo debut album.[50]

Styles made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan's war film Dunkirk (2017), which is based on the British military evacuation in World War II. Fionn Whitehead, Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy and Kenneth Branagh are also part of the cast.[51] He auditioned against hundreds of other candidates, ultimately winning the role with Nolan saying he was unaware of the extent of his fame, and that Styles earned the role "because he fit the part wonderfully and truly earned a seat at the table.”[52][53]

On 31 March 2017, Styles announced a new single titled "Sign of the Times" and its accompanying cover art through Instagram, the song was released on 7 April 2017,[54] reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart.[55] Styles was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on 15 April 2017,[56] his self-titled debut album was released on 12 May 2017.[57] The record was heavily influenced by 1970s soft rock,[58] it debuted at number one in several countries, including the UK, the US and Australia. The album received generally favorable reviews from critics,[59] the singer is embarking his first headlining concert tour, Harry Styles: Live on Tour, from September 2017 through to July 2018.[60]

Public image

Styles in February 2013

Regarding Styles' time in One Direction, in website AllMusic writer Tim Sendra opined his "charming persona and elastic vocals had him positioned as the Timberlake of the group."[61] Styles seemed "a dimpled, rakish prankster happy to wear the mantle of Class Clown... maybe because he knew that Most Likely to Succeed belonged to him too," as noted by Entertainment Weekly's Leah Greenblatt.[62] During public appearances, Styles' fashion evolution has traded "teen-friendly" Jack Wills tracksuits for a selection of Saint Laurent, Gucci and Burberry. As his time in the band progressed, the singer started wearing skinny-jean-and-boots,[63] for Billboard's Chris Payne, "From his influences to his fashion to his onstage persona to his (formerly) flowing locks, Styles' vibe has always screamed rock star."[64] The same publication noted over the course of five-year stint with his group, Styles' taste in fashion "has blossomed from a teen wearing purple Jack Wills hoodies to a carefully executed blend of 70s rock with a glamorous magpie feel."[65] In September 2016 Styles was featured in three separate editorial shoots, and was interviewed by Paul McCartney and Chelsea Handler[66], for Another Man magazine prompting the Guardian to label the event as the death of a 'heartthob' and birth of an 'artthrob'.[67]Promoting his solo projects during 2017, Styles opted for "candyfloss" pink suits, printed satin flares, gradually heightening heels, a style described as "flamboyant look."[63] Regarding his favoritism for pink, he quoted The Clash's Paul Simonon in an interview: "Pink is the only true rock & roll colour."[14]

Personal life

Styles was in a relationship with The Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack from November 2011 to January 2012, which caused controversy and criticism over their 14-year age gap.[68] Styles also dated singer Taylor Swift from October 2012 to January 2013,[69][70] he is an avid art collector.[71]

In 2016, the media reported Styles attended a Brexit debate at the House of Lords.[72] Asked by The Sunday Times who he planned to vote for in the 2017 British general election, he answered, "Honestly, I’m probably going to vote for whoever is against Brexit."[73] In an interview with The Sun in 2017, Styles was asked if he has ever personally labelled his sexuality, Styles said, "No, I’ve never felt the need to really. I don’t feel like it’s something I’ve ever felt like I have to explain about myself."[74]



Year Title Role Notes
2013 One Direction: This Is Us Himself Documentary concert film
2014 Where We Are - The Concert Film Himself Concert film
2017 Dunkirk Alex


Year Title Role Notes
2012 iCarly Himself Episode: "iGo One Direction"
2017 Saturday Night Live Mick Jagger/Himself/Musical Guest/Civil War Soldier Episode: "Jimmy Fallon/Harry Styles"


Studio albums

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications
Harry Styles 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 3 1


As lead artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
"Sign of the Times" 2017 1 1 6 3 6 9 6 15 4 4 Harry Styles
"Two Ghosts"[97] 58 91 66 [A]
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

Promotional singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Sweet Creature"[99] 2017 46 39 69 52 37 85 39 95 93 Harry Styles

Other charted songs

Title Year Peak chart positions Album



"Meet Me in the Hallway" 2017 64 100 56 Harry Styles
"Carolina" 51 83 49 1 8 14
"Only Angel" 80 85 1
"Kiwi" 66 72 2
"Ever Since New York" 87 78
"Woman" 99 87
"From the Dining Table" 91

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Result
2012 JIM Awards Hottie of the Year Nominated
2013 NME Awards Villain of the Year Won
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Look Won
MTV Millennial Awards[102] Celebridad Sin Filtro En Instagram Won
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards Aussies' Fave Hottie Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Other: Male Hottie Won
Choice Other: Smile Won
British Fashion Awards British Style Award Won
2014 JIM Awards Best Dressed Male Won
NME Awards Villain of the Year Won
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards Aussies' Fave Hottie Won
iHeartRadio Music Awards Instagram Award Nominated
MTV Italian Music Awards Best Look Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Other: Smile Won
MTV Millennial Awards[103] Global Instagram Star Nominated
2015 NME Awards Villain of the Year[104] Nominated
Idler Bad Grammar Awards Good Grammar Award[105] Won
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice Breakout Movie Star - Dunkirk Nominated
Choice Male Artist Won
Choice Male Hottie Nominated
Choice Rock Artist Won
Choice Song: Male Artist - "Sign of the Times" Nominated
Choice Style Icon Won
Choice Summer Male Artist Nominated
Choice Summer Movie Actor - Dunkirk Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards[106] Best Pop Video - "Sign of the Times" Nominated
Best Visual Effects - "Sign of the Times" Nominated

Concert tours



  1. ^ "Two Ghosts" did not chart on the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 18 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[98]
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Further reading

  • Posy Edwards (2012), Harry Styles Annual 2013, ISBN 1409109445 
  • Louisa Jepson (2013), Harry Styles - Every Piece of Me, ISBN 1471128490 
  • Alice Montgomery (2013), Harry Styles: An Unauthorized Biography, ISBN 0718178432 
  • Mick O'Shea (2013), Harry Styles, ISBN 0859655121 

External links