Paul Cattermole

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Paul Cattermole
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Background information
Birth name Paul Gerald Cattermole
Born (1977-03-07) 7 March 1977 (age 37)
St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
Genres Pop, nu metal, rock
Occupations Actor, Singer
Instruments Vocals,
Years active 1999–present
Associated acts S Club, Skua, S Club 8,

Paul Gerald Cattermole (born 7 March 1977), St Albans, Hertfordshire, England is an English singer and actor. He was a member of S Club.[1]

Biography[edit]

1994–1998: Early career[edit]

Cattermole was a member of the National Youth Music Theatre and appeared, alongside Spearritt, in "Pendragon" (1994). He studied on a theatre and acting course at the Mountview Drama School. He was spotted by Simon Fuller's 19 Entertainment when he appeared in a show there and was asked to audition for S Club 7.

1998–2005: S Club 7,[edit]

Main article: S Club

He co-starred in the group's own TV series - Miami 7 (1999), L.A. 7 (2000), Hollywood 7 (2001) and the first four episodes of Viva S Club (2002). He took part in two UK tours, and won two BRIT Awards.

Cattermole was the first to leave S Club 7, in March 2002.

2005–present: DJing, S Club and Solo material[edit]

In the run-up to Christmas 2007, Cattermole and Bradley McIntosh undertook DJ sets at the University of Winchester Christmas Ball (1 December) and at 'The Old Firestation', the club for the Bournemouth University Students Union (10 December).

He reunited with former bandmates Jo and Bradley to reform S Club in 2008.

Cattermole sang with his own band at a charity concert called 'The Sounds of Summer' at 'The Lord Taverners' club in London on July 27, 2011. He implies in a YouTube video interview promo that he is planning to launch more musical material.

Personal life[edit]

From 2001 to early 2006, Paul dated his S Club 7 bandmate, Hannah Spearritt.[2]

Discography[edit]

Main article: S Club discography

EP Singles[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1999 Miami 7 Himself
2000 L.A. 7 Himself
2001 Hollywood 7 Himself
2002 Viva S Club Himself

References[edit]

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