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Oliver Scott Sykes Wiki/Biography
Oliver Scott Sykes was born on 20 November 1986, in Ashford, Kent, England to Ian and Carol Sykes, and is best known as the singer of the band Bring Me The Horizon. In collaboration with the band, he has released albums such as ‘‘Count Your Blessings’’.
So just how rich is Oliver Sykes as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this singer has net worth of $2 million, with his wealth being accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field which began at the start of the millenium.
Oliver Sykes Net Worth $2 Million
Sykes’ parents moved to Australia when he was an infant, but when he was eight years old returned to the UK, to Sheffield, Sout Yorkshire, where Oliver attended Stocksbridge High School. While still in school, Sykes became more interested in music, and even worked on a compilation CD under the name of Quakebeat. Besides that, he formed a mock hip hop band called Womb 2 Da Tomb alongside his brother and Matt Nicholls. Later on, he would join forces with Nicholls and form the band Bring Me The Horizon. However, he had yet another band, Purple Curto in which he was known as Olisaurus, and Sykes used that nickname in his subsequent solo career.
As of 2004, he joined the band called Bring Me The Horizon, which rose to fame over a short period of time; as of 2006, the band released their debut album, ‘‘Count Your Blessings’’, consisting of 10 songs such as ‘‘Pray for Plagues’’, ‘‘For Stevie Wonder’s Eyes Only (Braille)’’ and ‘‘A Lot Like Vegas’’. The album was first released in the UK, and in the following year it was available to the US audience; it received a mixed to negative response from the critics and audience, then in 2008, the band released another album, ‘‘Suicide Season’’, with the same result. In 2010, the band released their third album ‘‘Here Is a Hell, Believe Me, I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret.’’, which consisted of 12 tracks such as ‘‘Crucify Me’’, ‘‘Anthem’’ and ‘‘It Never Ends’’, and got more positive feedback, and did fairly well on charts peaking at number one on the UK Rock & Metal and UK Indie Albums Charts. Continuing to work at a rapid pace, Bring Me The Horizon released their fourth album, ‘‘Sempiternal’’, which consisted of 11 songs including ‘‘Can You Feel My Heart’’, ‘‘House of Wolves’’ and ‘‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’’; it won the award for the Best Album, given by Alternative Press Awards in 2014. In the following year, Bring Me The Horizon released yet another album, entitled ‘‘That’s the Spirit’’, which got a mostly positive response and the 11 songs included ‘‘Doomed’’, ‘‘Happy Song’’ and ‘‘True Friends’’.
In addition to being a musician, Oliver is also a clothes designer and owns the brand Drop Dead Clothing. Additionally, he has written a graphic novel – ‘‘Raised By Raptors’’ – to moderate success.
When it comes to his private life, has suffered from sleep paralysis since the age of 12, and has subsequently lived a vegetarian lifestyle. Oliver has married twice, firstly to tattoo artist and model Hannah Pixie Snowdon in 2015, however, their marriage lasted only a few months. In 2017, he married Alissa Salls, a model from Brazil. Sykes is active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram and is followed by 1.6 million people on the former and over two million on the latter.
|Full Name||Oliver Sykes|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 20, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Ashford, Kent, England|
|Profession||Photographer, Personal stylist, Singer, Songwriter, Graphic Novelist|
|Education||Stocksbridge High School|
|Parents||Carol Sykes, Ian Sykes|
|Awards||Kerrang! Award for Best British Newcomer (2006), Kerrang! Award for Best British Band (2015), Kerrang! Award for Best British Band (2013), Kerrang! Award for Best Live Band (2014), Kerrang! Award for Best Album (2011), NME Award - John Peel Award for Innovation (2016), Kerrang! Award for Best Video ...|
|Record Labels||Epitaph Records, Visible Noise, RCA Records, Sony Music, Shock Records, Columbia Records, Earache Records|
|Music Groups||Purple Curto, Womb 2 Da Tomb, Bring Me The Horizon|
|Nominations||Kerrang! Award for Best Track|