Niall Horan Net Worth 2023: Biography, Wikipedia, Age, Height, Earning

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Niall Horan Net Worth

As of my knowledge cutoff in 2023, Niall Horan, the Irish singer and songwriter, had an estimated net worth of around $70 million. However, please note that net worth figures can change over time due to various factors such as career earnings, investments, and expenses. For the most up-to-date information on Niall Horan’s net worth, I recommend referring to reliable sources or conducting a search using recent information.

Niall Horan Wikipedia

Niall James Horan is an Irish singer-songwriter. He rose to prominence as a member of the boy band One Direction, formed in 2010 on the singing competition The X Factor. The group released five albums and went on to become one of the best-selling boy bands of all time. Wikipedia

NameNiall Horan
Net Worth$70 million
BornNiall James Horan
13 September 1993 (age 29)
Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland
Years active2010–present
WorksSolo discography
One Direction discography
AwardsFull list

Early Life

Horan was born on 13 September 1993 in Mullingar, County Westmeath. He has an older brother, Greg. His parents, Bobby Horan and Maura Gallagher, divorced when he was five years old, so he and his brother lived with their mother for a year. After spending a year apart from their father, they later decided to move in with him. He had asthma as a child. He attended St. Kenny’s National School, a primary school, and Mary’s College (Irish: Coláiste Mhuire), a Catholic boys school, which are both located in his hometown of Mullingar.

Horan tried to play the guitar that his brother bought for his marriage, but was not able to play it. Horan, then aged 11, taught himself how to play the guitar by following YouTube tutorials. His aunt discovered his abilities one day when she was in the car with Horan as he started singing, and she had initially thought that the radio was on. As a teenager, he performed at the Mullingar Arts Centre during a fund-raiser for the local football team, the Shamrocks. He also bagged a support slot with former X Factor contestant Lloyd Daniels at the Academy club in Dublin.

Personal life

Horan enjoyed playing a number of sports while growing up, including golf, football, and Gaelic football. In the summer of 2010, while playing football with friends, he injured his knee and was diagnosed with a floating kneecap. The problem recurred several times over the next couple of years, including a 2013 incident where he dislocated his knee onstage during a concert in Antwerp, Belgium. Horan went to the United States for major reconstructive surgery in January 2014, after the tour ended. After the surgery, he was invited to do physical therapy with Chelsea by their manager, José Mourinho. Horan went through more than seven weeks of physical therapy with the members of the team and their physical therapist at their training ground in Surrey.

In 2016, Horan and Mark McDonnell founded Modest Golf, a golf management company.

In April 2018, Horan opened up on his diagnosis of mild OCD and his anxiety. Horan started dating American actress/singer Hailee Steinfeld from late 2017 to 2018. Horan began dating account manager Amelia Woolley in 2020.He splits his time between Los Angeles and South London.

Horan is Catholic and is the godfather of his nephew.

Niall Horan’s ‘The Show’ Album: Songs Ranked – Billboard

Three quarters of a decade removed from the last One Direction album and three albums into a subsequent solo career, Niall Horan has, at long last, settled into himself. After 2017 debut Flicker kick-started his solo artistry with some surefire radio hits (“This Town,” “Slow Hands”) and 2020’s Heartbreak Weather featured a handful of sonic chances (“Nice To Meet Ya,” “Put a Little Love on Me”), The Show, Horan’s best album to date, tells us what type of long-term career he wants to fashion by splitting the difference and achieving consistency.

At 10 songs and 30 minutes, The Show is briskly paced yet emotionally resonant: songs about love and devotion arrive at their main points without frills, and the musical highs never last too long to wear out their welcome. Longtime 1D studio whizzes John Ryan and Julian Bunetta — alongside star songwriters like Amy Allen, Tobias Jesso Jr. and Shane McAnally — create a rich, agreeable pop foundation that stretches out to include piano (Horan’s main songwriting tool on this go-around), horns and strings, without losing its center.

And Horan sounds comfortable in the center — he deploys charm as always and knows his way around an oversized chorus, but the lyrical details ring truer compared to his previous work, and the vocal takes contain an ease that better draws in the listener. Whether he’s reflecting on life difficulties during the title track, fearing the end of a relationship on “If You Leave Me” or serving as the port in a storm on “Meltdown,” Horan invests the time in getting the little things right, and that care makes The Show easier to embrace.

At 29 years old, Horan is surely thinking about the progression of his solo career as he stares down his thirties; The Show represents a step towards a fruitful future by honing his identity as a modern singer-songwriter. This third album may very well be an inflection point in Horan’s career — the start of an artist, who’s been in our lives for a long time, pulling closer and providing a better glimpse of who he is.

Niall Horan Reveals Girlfriend Amelia Woolley’s Reaction to the Songs About Her on New Record ‘The Show’

Niall Horan’s got love on the brain — and he’s sharing that feeling with his fans on his newest record.

The former One Direction member released his third studio album The Show on Friday. In light of the release, he opened up about how his girlfriend, Amelia Woolley, inspired some of the tracks during an interview with ET Canada.

When the interviewer suggested there was a lot of relationship material on the record, the “Slow Hands” singer, 29, responded, “Yeah, 100%. I’m in a relationship, so I think that comes with [it].”

He added, “Usually it’s the love songs are heartbreak songs, so it’s nice to be able to write better, you know, more happier stuff.”

Reflecting on how she feels about the songs, he said: “I think she’s just like, what? Really? She’s like, taken aback, I suppose.”

Elsewhere in the interview, he revealed that he looks for a good sense of humor in a partner — especially when they’re as sarcastic as him.

On Thursday, he told Bustle that his song on the record “You Could Start a Cult” served as a metaphor for being madly in love, When asked if he’s madly in love, he responded, “That’s dead right.”

Horan also opened up about wanting to keep his relationship private.

“If everyone knew everything, [my songwriting] wouldn’t be as candid, would it?” he said. “There’d be all these theories, and I’m not in town for that. I’m here to write what’s on my brain, and love happens to be one of those things that’s flying around me.”

The Voice coach has been dating Woolley since early 2020, although they’ve kept their relationship largely out of the public eye.

The following year, Horan and Woolley made their public debut at the singer’s Horan & Rose Gala in September 2021. They were photographed together at the event, which raised over 800,000 euros for charity.

As for the new record, Horan told PEOPLE on Tuesday that it was inspired by the pandemic, and the way that the lockdowns forced him to look inward.

“Watching the news at six o’clock every day was… It definitely provoked other thoughts, internal stuff that I would never really think about,” he said. “During the pandemic we were mostly pissed off because we lost all of our control that we like to have. It was taken out of our hands. So I think there was a sense of gratitude for what we had before. I think we’ve all changed now because of it.”

He continued: “Everyone’s like, ‘Jesus, I’ll never take anything for granted.’ I’ll go everywhere. If someone says we’re going for a drink on a Tuesday, I’ll go. So I think there was a lot of that seeped in, being grateful, and being grateful for what you have, who you have. That made an impact on the record, I think… It’s the biggest cliché in songwriting that songwriting is a form of therapy, [but] it absolutely is. All you have to do is listen to this stuff and then you get a fair idea of where I’m at.”

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