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Liam Payne
Payne in 2023
Liam James Payne

(1993-08-29) 29 August 1993 (age 30)[1]
Years active2008–present
Musical career
Member ofOne Direction

Liam James Payne (born 29 August 1993) is an English singer. He rose to fame as a member of the boy band One Direction. Payne made his debut as a singer in 2008 when he auditioned for the British television series The X Factor. After being eliminated in the competition, he auditioned again in 2010 and was put into a group with four other boys to form One Direction, which went on to become one of the best-selling boy bands of all time.[2][3] Payne worked with other producers under the monikers "Big Payno" and "Payno" creating remixes for songs by his group and Cheryl.[4]

After One Direction's hiatus, Payne signed a recording deal with Republic Records in North America.[5] In May 2017, Payne released "Strip That Down" as the lead single from his debut album. It peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart and number ten on the US Billboard Hot 100, being certified platinum in both countries. His debut album, LP1, was released in December 2019. He has sold over 18 million singles in under three years since One Direction's hiatus, and over 3.9 billion career streams in that span.[6][7]

Early life

Liam James Payne was born on 29 August 1993 at New Cross Hospital in the Heath Town district of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England. He is the son of Karen Payne, an infant nurse, and Geoff Payne, a fitter. He has two older sisters, Nicola and Ruth Payne.[8] Payne was born three weeks early, getting ill frequently. Until the age of four, Payne had regular tests done in hospital as doctors noticed one of his kidneys was scarred and dysfunctional. To help cope with the pain, he had sixteen injections in his arm every morning and another sixteen every evening as a child.[9] As a student, Payne was heavily involved in sports, particularly cross country running. Payne originally joined the Wolverhampton and Bilston Athletics Club to pursue his running career. For three years he was ranked in the top three 1500m runners in the country within his age group.[10][11]

As he was dealing with bullying from some older students in secondary school, he took up boxing lessons at the age of twelve.[12] Payne completed 11 GCSEs at St Peter's Collegiate School (now St Peter's Collegiate Academy) before moving on to study music technology at City of Wolverhampton College.[3]

Payne was first introduced to the world of show business at age twelve as a member of the Pink Productions Theatre Company, even appearing as Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever.[13] Payne had previously performed in front of a crowd of 26,000 during a Wolverhampton Wanderers football match.[3][14]


2008–2015: The X Factor and One Direction

Payne first auditioned for the fifth series of The X Factor in 2008, at just 14 years old, in front of judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole, Dannii Minogue and Louis Walsh. Payne moved past the first round after performing Frank Sinatra's "Fly Me to the Moon". He was subsequently cut at the Boot Camp stage, but Cowell then changed his mind and asked Payne to return for the judges' houses stage.[15] Payne was cut again during judges' houses, but was encouraged by Cowell to "come back in two years".[16]

Payne returned to the show in 2010 for the seventh series, auditioning in front of Cowell, Cole, Walsh and guest judge Natalie Imbruglia. He sang the Michael Bublé version of "Cry Me a River", which earned him four yeses and a standing ovation from Cowell. Payne was considered the second favourite to win the competition following his solo audition.[17] He failed to progress to the "Boys" category at judges' houses, but after a suggestion by guest judge Nicole Scherzinger, Payne, along with Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, and Zayn Malik, were put together to form a five-piece boy band at Wembley Arena, during the bootcamp stage of the competition, thus qualifying for the "Groups" category.[18] Subsequently, the group got together for two weeks to get to know each other and to practice. For their qualifying song at Judges' houses, and their first song as a group, they performed an acoustic version of "Torn". 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." The group quickly gained popularity in the UK, ultimately coming in third place on the show.[19]

Payne in 2012

Following The X Factor, One Direction were signed to Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment.[20] A book licensed by One Direction, One Direction: Forever Young (Our Official X Factor Story), was released in February 2011 and topped The Sunday Times' Best Seller list. Their debut single, "What Makes You Beautiful", was released in September 2011, and was a commercial and international success, reaching number one in several countries.[21] Their debut album, Up All Night, was released in Ireland and the UK of November of that same year, charting at number one and number two, respectively. The album was released worldwide in March 2012, and One Direction became the first UK group to have their debut album reach number one in the United States.[22] Following the release of the album, the group headlined the Up All Night Tour. Originally intended with shows taking place only in the UK and Ireland,[23] Australian and North American legs of the tour were added due to demand.[24] A commercial success, tickets for the tour sold out in minutes and garnered positive reviews from critics who applauded the band's singing abilities and stage presence. The band released Up All Night: The Live Tour, a video album documenting the tour, in May 2012. That same month, One Direction's first book to be licensed in America, Dare to Dream: Life as One Direction, was published and topped The New York Times Best Seller list.[25]

In September 2012, "Live While We're Young", the lead single from the group's second album, was released, and was a global success. Another single, "Little Things", spawned the band's second number one single in the UK.[26] In November 2012, the group released their second album, Take Me Home, and it reached number one in over 35 countries. Reaching number one on the Billboard 200, the group became the first boy band in US chart history to record two number-one albums in the same calendar year alongside becoming the first group since 2008 to record two number-one albums in the same year.[27] Following the release of the album, the group embarked on their second headlining concert tour, the Take Me Home Tour. Performing 123 shows in North America, Asia, Oceania, and Europe, grossing $114 million. During the tour, One Direction covered Wheatus's "Teenage Dirtbag". In the original song lead vocalist Brendan Brown performs a segment in a "female voice" which, in One Direction's rendition of the song Payne covered in falsetto. This garnered praise from Brown, who commented, "You can do my girl part anytime."[28] In August 2013, One Direction: This Is Us, a 3-D documentary concert film was released, accumalting a box office gross of $68.5 million.[29] One Direction's third book, One Direction: Where We Are: Our Band, Our Story: 100% Official, was released that same month.[30]

The group's third album, Midnight Memories, was released in November of that same year. It was the best-selling album worldwide in 2013 with 4 million copies sold globally.[31] The album's lead single, "Best Song Ever", is their highest-charting single in the US to date.[32] The group embarked on their third headline tour, the Where We Are Tour. Tickets sold out in minutes,[33][34] and more shows were added due to "overwhelming demand."[35] The tour was their first all-stadium tour, averaging 49,848 fans per show.[36] In total, the tour grossed over $290 million and was the highest-grossing tour of 2014, the 15th highest-grossing concert tour of all time, and is still the highest-grossing tour of all time by a vocal group.[37] The tour was attended by 3.4 million fans.[36] In September 2014, One Direction's fourth book, One Direction: Who We Are: Our Official Autobiography was released. The group's second concert film, One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film, was released in October 2014, showing footage of the band's shows at San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy. In November 2014, the group's fourth album, Four, was released, making it the last album to include Zayn Malik. Singles "Steal My Girl" and "Night Changes" were released, both achieving platinum status in the US among other countries.[38][39] The album debuted number one in 18 countries, selling 3.2 million copies.[40] One Direction became the only group in the 58-year history of the Billboard 200 albums chart to have their first four albums debut at number one.[41] The group embarked on their fourth headlining world tour, the On the Road Again Tour, grossing $208 million and selling 2.3 million tickets. In November 2015, One Direction's fifth album, Made in the A.M., was released. Singles "Drag Me Down" and "Perfect" both debuted at number one in various countries, and the album reached number one in the UK and number two on the US Billboard 200. Following the release of the album, the group went on an indefinite hiatus.

Following the departure of former member Zayn Malik, Payne was tasked with taking over the bulk of Malik's vocals.[42] Bandmate Harry Styles admitted, "Liam [Payne] stepped up to do the high notes. He kicks them in the bollocks every show. He doesn't hold back."[43]

Payne was known as one of the principal songwriters in One Direction, credited for co-writing more than half of the songs on the band's third and fourth album.[44][45]

2016–2021: Initial solo projects and LP1

Payne began working as a producer under the monikers "Big Payno" or "Payno", teaming up with fellow producers AfterHrs to remix several tracks including Cheryl Cole's "I Don't Care" in 2014.[46] Some EDM websites noted Payne's remixes were venturing into future house.[47][48][49] Payne is also credited with writing Cole's "I Won't Break", off her album Only Human.

In August 2014, Payne created and became director of Hampton Music Limited, a publishing company under which his solo projects will appear.[50][51] Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer is signed to One Mode Productions Limited, on which Payne serves as one of the directors.[52]

Payne began working on future projects collaborating with Juicy J on seven tracks with more in the works,[53][54] DJ Mustard,[55] and Miguel.[56] He has also been in the studio with producer and performing artist Pharrell Williams.[57] Payne also contacted The Collective member and YouTube musician and producer Will Singe.[58]

In 2015, Payne collaborated with songwriter Jamie Scott on Irish band Hometown's single "The Night We Met".[59] In early 2016, Payne featured on a track titled "You" by Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J. Payne denied that the track was a single, but it was confirmed to be a leak from an untitled, unreleased mixtape.[60][61]

In October 2016, it was announced that Payne had signed a recording contract with Republic Records.[5] His debut solo single "Strip That Down", featuring Quavo and co-written with Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac, was released on 19 May 2017,[62] and sent to US contemporary hit radio on 23 May.[63] The song was a commercial success, reaching number ten on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number three on the UK Singles Chart. Payne later released the single "Bedroom Floor"[64] and a collaboration with Zedd, "Get Low".[65] Regarding his forthcoming debut album, Payne stated:

It's very eclectic. It's more like my playlist album; my favorite playlist of songs that I have made over the past year. So, some slow jams, there's a couple of dance songs on there, with some R&B stuff. So there's a lot – it's a lot of different stuff.[66]

In January 2018, Payne and Rita Ora released the single "For You" from the soundtrack of the film Fifty Shades Freed.[67] In April 2018, Payne released "Familiar" with J Balvin.[68] He announced his debut album would be released on 14 September 2018.[69]

On 30 March 2018, Payne performed in front of more than 100,000 people during a free concert at Global Village 2018 in Dubai.[70][71] He released his first extended play, First Time,[72] which features a collaboration with French Montana of the same name, on 24 August 2018.[73] Prior to the EP's release, Payne announced that he is putting off his album to make some adjustments to it.[74] He contributed vocals on Jonas Blue's song "Polaroid", along with Lennon Stella, released on 5 October 2018.[75]

Payne released the song "Stack It Up", featuring American rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie, on 18 September 2019. After its release, Payne revealed that his album is "finished" and would more likely released in 2020,[76] although in October, the album, LP1, was confirmed for a 6 December 2019 release date.[77] He released "All I Want (For Christmas)" on October 25 as the first track from the album.[78] It was released to mixed to negative reviews, and debuted at number 17 on the UK Albums Chart and number 111 on the Billboard 200. In April 2020, Payne collaborated with Alesso and released the song "Midnight" to positive reviews.[79][80] That same month, Payne began a weekly YouTube series.[81][82] In July, he announced he would be launching The LP Show, a livestream series, with "Act 1" being a livestreamed concert.[83][84] On 30 October 2020, Payne released "Naughty List", a Christmas single featuring Dixie D'Amelio.[85] In August 2021, Payne released the single "Sunshine", which was featured in the film Ron's Gone Wrong.[86]

2023–present: Upcoming second studio album

In May 2023, Payne revealed he was working on his second album, which he claimed to have more creative control over than he did his debut album.[87] He scheduled his first solo tour dates for Latin America to take place in September 2023. However, Payne was forced to postpone the tour when he was hospitalised in August 2023 with a kidney infection.[88] Payne officially returned to music with the single "Teardrops", which was released on 1 March 2024.[89][90] The single was co-written with NSYNC member JC Chasez.[91][92]


Liam Payne is a pop[93] and R&B[94] singer who explores other genres like electronic.[95]

He cites Chris Brown,[96] Pharrell Williams,[97] Justin Timberlake,[98] and Usher as major musical influences.[99] "The person who has inspired me most is Pharrell Williams who I worked with a while back. I got talking to his producer recently and asked him what Pharrell was like when he was younger, and he said to me that when he was my age he couldn't press a note on a keyboard. And that was amazing to me because at 22 I thought I was too old to learn guitar," revealed Payne.[100] Payne's first exposure to rock music was through Linkin Park's Hybrid Theory with "In the End" as they were the gateway for him to listen to other types of music outside of what he would typically listen to as a child. Payne would label "In the End" as one of the most important songs of his life.[101]

Other ventures


Payne was named the first global brand ambassador for German brand Hugo Boss in May 2019. The first Hugo x Liam Payne capsule collection was revealed during Berlin Fashion Week in July 2020.[102] His second capsule collection with Hugo Boss was launched in May 2020. The collection, which mainly consists of men's wardrobes, includes polo shirts, T-shirts, shorts, hoodies, sweatpants and a pair of sneakers.[103] In January 2020, Payne starred in the Hugo Boss fragrance campaign for their perfume Hugo Now.


In June 2021, Payne launched his non-fungible token digital artwork collection, entitled "Lonely Bug".[104] On 25 January 2022, he dedicated a separate Twitter account @PaynoETH solely to discuss the subject.[105]


As a member of One Direction, Payne has also supported Comic Relief,[106] and a new initiative titled Action 1D "to help better the future".[107]

Payne is an avid supporter of UNICEF and teamed up with tennis star Andy Murray, Jack Whitehall and Clare Balding in support of UNICEF UK's Children in Danger Summer Disease Appeal.[108] Payne teamed up with motorsport star Eddie Jordan in support of UK based charity CLIC Sargent.[109] Payne is an ambassador for the charitable organisation Trekstock.[110] Payne's original campaign with the organisation in 2013 raised $784,198.[111] He raised an additional $211,237 during his campaign in 2015.[112] Payne has also been named an ambassador of Sustainable Development Goals also known as the Global Goals campaign.[113][114] Payne also gave a much needed push to a £6 million youth project "The Youth Zone" in his hometown of Wolverhampton.[115]

Payne is pro-choice. In May 2019, amidst anti-abortion legislations passed in Alabama, Payne stated that they are "completely taking away the rights of women and the ownership of the bodies that belong to them" and that "us as men never have to go through that so how can we even comment or decide what women should or shouldn't go through," also adding "here was me thinking it was supposed to be the land of the free it all looks very tied up from where I'm standing."[116]

In May 2020, Payne expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement and encouraged fans to educate themselves and donate. He attended London Black Lives Matter protests.[117]

Payne participated in Soccer Aid 2022, where he captained the English team,[118] returning in the 2023 edition.[119]

Personal life

From 2010 to late 2012, Payne dated then-X Factor dancer Danielle Peazer.[120] From 2013 to 2015, Payne was in a relationship with childhood friend, Sophia Smith.[121] In 2016, Payne started dating Cheryl Cole;[122] they have one son who was born 22 March 2017.[123][124] They split in 2018.[125] In early 2019, Payne dated British model and actress Naomi Campbell.[126][127]

Payne began dating model Maya Henry in 2019, they became engaged in August 2020.[128] In June 2021, Payne and Henry had ended their relationship.[129] The couple reunited that year and became engaged again.[130][131] In May 2022, the couple ended their engagement for the second time.[132] Since October 2022, he has been in a relationship with influencer Kate Cassidy.[133][134][135][136]

Payne's net worth was estimated at £47 million in 2020.[137] Payne previously owned homes in Malibu, California, and Surrey, but listed them both for sale in early 2020 and 2021, respectively.[138][139] From 2022 onwards he was residing in Buckinghamshire.[140]

Payne is a supporter of the football team West Bromwich Albion.[141]


Payne has spoken about struggling with alcoholism since the peak of the band's success.[142] On 1 June 2022, Payne was interviewed by Logan Paul for his podcast series, where he, while intoxicated, brought up several topics, among which he claimed that One Direction originated with Simon Cowell's promise to him, and discussed about former fellow member Zayn Malik's family life, where he declared, "There's [sic] many reasons why I dislike Zayn and there's [sic] many reasons why I'll always, always be on his side."[143] He then faced backlash with the veracity of several of his claims contested.[144] He subsequently clarified his remarks on Malik and apologised.[145][146] Later, in 2023, he announced his sobriety and revealed that he went to a rehab facility after the controversial interview.[147][148]

Payne received an ADHD diagnosis as an adult.[149] In August 2023, Payne was hospitalised with a kidney infection.[88]


Studio albums


Year Title Role Notes
2012 iCarly Himself Guest role; Episode: "iGo One Direction"
2013 One Direction: This Is Us
2014 Where We Are – The Concert Film
Dynamo: Magician Impossible Guest role; Season 4, episode 1
Dancing with the Stars[150] Guest role; Season 19, episode 13
2016 Family Guy Voice role; Episode: "Run, Chris, Run"
2017 Drop the Mic Episode: "Niecy Nash vs. Cedric the Entertainer / Liam Payne vs. Jason Derulo"
2021 Ron's Gone Wrong A B-bot who gets kicked by Andrew Morris Voice role; cameo

Awards and nominations

Year Organization Category Nominee/work Result Ref.
2015 Attitude Sexiest Man of the Year Liam Payne Won [151]
2016 BMI London Awards Pop Award Songs "Night Changes" Won [152]
"Steal My Girl" Won
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Male Artist Liam Payne Nominated [153]
Choice Male Hottie Nominated
2018 Brit Awards British Single "Strip That Down" (featuring Quavo) Nominated [154]
British Artist Video of the Year Nominated
BMI Pop Awards Award Winning Songs "Strip That Down" Won [155]
Global Awards Best Male Liam Payne Nominated [156]
Best British Artist or Group Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
The Global Special Award Won
iHeartRadio Music Awards Best New Pop Artist Nominated [157]
Best Solo Breakout Nominated
LOS40 Music Awards International New Artist of the Year Liam Payne Nominated
International Video of the Year "Familiar" (with J Balvin) Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Best Dance Video "Get Low" (with Zedd) Nominated [158][non-primary source needed]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Latin Song "Familiar" (with J Balvin) Won [159]
Choice Summer Song Nominated
Choice Summer Male Artist Liam Payne Nominated
2019 Brit Awards British Artist Video of the Year "For You (Fifty Shades Freed)"
(with Rita Ora)
BreakTudo Awards Best International Performance in Brazil VillaMix Nominated
Global Awards Best Male Liam Payne Nominated
Best Pop Nominated


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