Steve Hart (singer)

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Steve Hart
Born 29 February 1972 (age 46)
Origin London, England
Genres Dance-pop
Occupation(s) Singer, actor
Years active 1993–present
Labels EMI
Associated acts Worlds Apart

Stephen "Steve" Hart (born on 29 February 1972) is an English pop singer and actor. He was hand-picked by American Idol's Simon Cowell to be part of boy band pop-group Worlds Apart.


London born Steve Hart was chosen by Simon Cowell of American Idol to become member of boy band World Apart, and signed a record deal with Arista Records/BMG Records.

Worlds Apart released their first album in the U.K. and after a number of concert tours and regular television appearances, the band became hugely popular in Europe, where they signed a record deal with EMI. Steve became lead singer and songwriter for the band. After winning Best Newcomers at the prestigious Bravo Supershow, Worlds Apart quickly became the biggest boyband in Germany.

Worlds Aparts success continued all through Europe, the Middle East, South America and Asia. With number one singles and albums, the band sold well over 10 million records.

As well as the official Worlds Apart magazine and numerous unofficial magazines, there was a Steve Hart magazine called Steve sold in newsagents after Steve was voted Sexiest Man In Europe for 3 years running.

Steve is an accomplished songwriter, and wrote many of Worlds Apart hits. He has also written songs for, movies, TV shows, and numerous hits for other artists and recently wrote the song for winner of The Voice UK 2016.

Steve has based himself in Los Angeles California following the completion of his course at London's Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and his 2-year Meisner Acting course at The Actors' Temple.

He is the creator of the TV show 'Mirror Mirror' - on the VERIZON App Go90.



Year Film Role Notes
2015 "Meet Pursuit Delange: The Movie" PC Hart
2009 Green Street Hooligans Paul
2006 "A-List" Dante
2005 "Forest of the Damned" John
Television Films
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Christmas Do-Over Joseph Henderson
Year Title Role Notes
2010 "Dragon Soccer" Steve
2010 "Meet Pursuit Delange" Steve the Barman
2007 "Traffic Warden" Mickey Willis


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