It’s been four years since Harry Styles turned down the role of Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid, and we’re still a bit bummed. That is, until we discovered his net worth and realized that he doesn’t need to work another day in his life. Here’s what you need to know about the 28-year-old singer’s income.
Harry Styles’s Net Worth Is So Massive, No Wonder He Turned Down ‘The Little Mermaid’
1. What Is Harry Styles's Net Worth?
As of 2023, the former One Direction member is reportedly worth a cool $120 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. (That’s $45 million more than it was in 2019.)
2. How Did He Do It?
Styles’s net worth stems from two steady sources: music and acting.
As for music, Styles rose to popularity in 2010 thanks to the success of his X Factor generated boy band, One Direction. In 2015, Forbes included the group on its list of highest-paid celebrities under 30 years old, with 1D earning a collective total of $130 million.
After Zayn Malik left the group in 2015, Styles followed suit and debuted his self-titled solo album, which included the hit single “Sign of the Times.” He has since dabbled in writing music, working alongside Johnny McDaid from Snow Patrol and Ryan Tedder from OneRepublic.
Music isn’t Styles’s only source of income. In 2017, the singer made his acting debut in the war drama Dunkirk, which grossed over $500 million worldwide. He later starred alongside Florence Pugh in Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling.
As if that weren’t enough, Styles is also an esteemed entrepreneur. Back in 2014, he co-founded a company, HSA Publishing Ltd., with an Irish accountant named Alan McEvoy.
3. How Many Awards Has He Won?
Harry Styles has a plethora of accolades to his name, including 3 American Music Awards, 3 MTV Video Music Awards, 3 People's Choice Awards and 9 Teen Choice Awards. Prior to this year, he had received three Grammy nominations but only won once. That could change during the 2023 ceremony because he’s nominated in six categories: Record of the Year (“As It Was”), Song of the Year (“As It Was”), Best Pop Solo Performance (“As It Was”), Best Music Video (“As It Was”), Album of the Year (Harry’s House) and Best Pop Vocal Album (Harry’s House).
4. What About Real Estate?
Styles has several assets around the world, including homes in New York, London and Los Angeles. In 2012, he bought a $3 million abode in London, which he named “Party Palace.” In 2017, he nabbed an $8 million condo in Tribeca, followed by an $8.45 million mansion off the Sunset Strip.
Oh, to be Harry Styles.