Oliver Sykes was born on November 20, 1986, in Ashford, Kent, England.
As a baby, he moved to Australia with his parents, Ian and Carol Sykes, moving between Adelaide and Perth during a period of about six years.
In posts that Snowman later deleted, she revealed that she had been abused by Sykes. He also founded apparel Company Drop dead Clothing.
Sykes has also created the graphic novel Raised By Raptors with Drop Dead Clothing artist Ben Ashton-Bell.
Awards, which is also good but obviously people like us in that scene.’ Oli may not be willing to admit how noble he was – but Coldplay definitely haven’t got the last laugh on this one.
He has been in relationships with Felice Fawn, Miss Stranger, Jess P in 2012 and Cristina Piccone in 2011-2012, Amanda Hendrick in 2008 -2012, Amy Barton in 2008, Abigail Halliday in 2008, Sj Whiteley in 2004-2008, Jazz Atkin in 2003-2004, Ling Ling in 2001.
The initiative sees some of the UK's biggest artists perform intimate gigs around London in a bid to raise money for the charity.
Meanwhile, Chris recently opened up about his shock split from Gwyneth Paltrow, and why they famously made their break-up one of the most amicable in history, even shunning the term divorce in favour of 'consciously uncoupling', The couple announced their split in 2014 and divorced in 2015, putting an end to their 12-year marriage that saw them have two children together, 11-year-old daughter Apple and nine-year-old son Moses.
As a teenager, Oliver attended Stocksbridge High School.“But it makes you see what’s important: we pulled our socks up and we dug our heels in. “We wanted to make sure we weren’t going to lose our place in it.” But if that hunger was born in adversity, can it last?It might be obvious where you need to climb to when you’re at your lowest; but it’s different once you’re on top of the world.Oli even stepped on Chris Martin as he clambered on to the table, where he kicked their booze over until the table toppled.But now the frontman is claiming the act was not a ‘dirty protest’ – or an avant-garde review of Coldplay’s back-catalogue. He said he wanted to hear us so I brought it as close as possible.