Singer Olly Alexander : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Children, Education and Age

Oliver Alexander Thornton is a British musician, singer-songwriter, actor, and LGBTQ advocate has a Net Worth of $2 Million know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Children, Education and Age

Olly Alexander Biography

Name Olly Alexander
Birthdate ( Age) July 15, 1990
Place of Birth Harrogate, Yorkshire
Marital Status Unmarried
Wife/Partner Neil Amin-Smith
Children Not Yet
Parents Vicki Thornton ( Mother )
Profession Oliver Alexander Thornton is a British musician, singer-songwriter, actor
Last Update 2022

Olly Alexander is a British musician and singer-songwriter currently affiliated with the synth-pop band ‘Years & Years’. Formed in 2010, Years & Years’ music has been dubbed as a mixture of electropop, R&B, and 1990s house elements. he’s also an actor.At the age of 16, he found an agent to represent him and dropped out of faculty to pursue a career in acting. In 2008, he made his screen debut within the telefilm ‘Summerhill’.

Olly Alexander Parents and Family

Olly Alexander Born on July 15, 1990, in Harrogate, Yorkshire, Olly Alexander is that the son of Vicki Thornton, who co-founded Coleford Music Festival. He was educated at St John’s grade school in Coleford and later at Monmouth composite school before enrolling at Hereford College of Arts to review humanistic discipline .During his time at Monmouth, he participated in two stage productions, playing the character of Benny in ‘Guys and Dolls’ and of the Corporal in ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’.

According to the new york Times, Alexander composed his first song on his father’s Casio keyboard when he was only ten years old. Three years later, his parents separated and subsequently Alexander was raised by his mother acting as one parent.At the age of 16, he got an agent who agreed to represent him.

He eventually dropped out of faculty hoping to figure as an actor.He is homosexual. He came bent his mother when he 20 years old and received her full support. He never told his father as he had lost touch with him since his parents’ separation and never felt the necessity to succeed in bent him to inform him this.

Olly Alexander Partner

Olly Alexander was involved during a very high-profile relationship with Neil Amin-Smith, the violinist of unpolluted Bandit. In September 2015, they shared a kiss on stage at U.K. festival Jersey sleep in front of a cheering audience.

However, in December, Alexander told the Attitude magazine that that they had choppy . He has also been in an open relationship with a past boyfriend.During his tenure because the host of ‘Olly Alexander: Growing Up Gay’, he has also spoken about his bulimia.

Olly Alexander Net Worth

Olly Alexander is a British musician and singer-songwriter currently affiliated with the synth-pop band ‘Years & Years’ who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2022.

Name Olly Alexander
Net Worth ( 2022 )  $2 Million
Income Source Singer
Income / Salary Under Review
Last Update  2022


Professional Career

Olly Alexander’s first role was within the TV movie ‘Summerhill’ (2008), portraying the character Ned. In 2009, he made his cinematic debut within the British-French-Australian biographical fiction romantic drama ‘Bright Star’. He was cast as Tom Keats, poet John Keats’ brother.In 2009, he appeared in his first television program also , in ITV’s detective drama ‘Lewis’. Alexander did three more films an equivalent year, ‘Tormented’, ‘Enter the Void’, and ‘Dust’

In 2010, he appeared as himself in ‘The Fades’ and co-starred with Jack Black, Jason Segel, and Emily Blunt within the commercially successful film ‘Gulliver’s Travels’. In 2011, he landed his first main role, in Alison Bagnall’s comedy-drama ‘The Dish & the Spoon’.He worked with Felicity Jones, Luke Treadaway, and Elizabeth McGovern within the 2012 comedy drama ‘Cheerful Weather for the Wedding’. That year, he was cast within the film adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel ‘Great Expectations’, portraying the character Herbert Pocket.

In 2013, he appeared in two episodes of the acclaimed E4 teen drama ‘Skins’ and in Roger Michell’s directorial venture ‘Le Week-End’.In the 2014 opera ‘God Help the Girl’, Alexander was cast as a songwriter. The film earned him and other members of the cast the planet Cinema Dramatic blue ribbon jury Award (Ensemble) at the 2014 Sundance festival . Besides playing one among the most roles, he contributed to the soundtrack of the film by performing three songs: ‘I Dumped You First’, ‘If you’ll Speak’, and ‘Pretty Eve within the Tub’.

He played an older student named Toby Maitland within the 2014 drama ‘’The Riot Club’. He also appeared because the recurring character Fenton within the horror drama TV series ‘Penny Dreadful’. In 2015, he played the role of Titty within the comedy-drama ‘Funny Bunny’. He served because the host/presenter of the 2017 TV movie ‘Olly Alexander: Growing Up Gay’.

On the London theatre scene, he has appeared in three plays so far . He was cast within the Bush Theatre’s production of ‘The Aliens’ in 2010. He appeared within the Old Red Lion Theatre’s production of Philip Ridley’s play ‘Mercury Fur’ in 2012. In 2013, he acted alongside the likes of Judi Dench and Ben Whishaw within the Coward Theatre’s production of John Logan’s ‘Peter and Alice’.

Leeman and Subria quit the band in 2013. The group has since released three more EPs: ‘Real’ in February 2014, ‘Take Shelter’ in August 2014, and ‘Y & Y’ in February 2015. They put out their first studio album ‘Communion’ in 2015. ‘Palo Santo’, their second studio album, was released on July 6, 2018. It peaked at number three on the united kingdom Albums Chart and also charted in countries like Germany, Norway, Netherlands , and Sweden.