Paul Cattermole

Name: Paul Cattermole ( Paul Cattermole )
Born: March 07, 1977
Age: 46 years old
Died: April 06, 2023
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inches
Occupation: singer, actor
Tags: singer, actor
Relationship Status: wasn't married
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  • Horoscope: Pisces
  • Net worth: $5 000 000
  • Ethnicity: English
  • Nationality: British
  • Fathers name: Gerald Cattermole
  • Mothers name: Liz Cattermole
  • Education: Mountview
  • Hair color: Dark brown
  • Eye color: Light brown
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    Paul Cattermole: biography

    Paul Cattermole was a British singer, actor, and television personality, most famous for being a member of S Club 7 pop group from 1998 till 2002.

    Childhood and youth

    Paul Cattermole was born on March 7, 1977, in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. He grew up in a musical family, with his mother being a pianist and his father a guitarist. Cattermole was interested in music from a young age and started playing the guitar at the age of six. He attended St. Albans School, a private school in Hertfordshire.

    During his youth, Cattermole was involved in various musical projects. He was a member of a local band called The Wide Boys and played in a ska band called A Grade with his brother. He also worked as a DJ at a local radio station.

    Music career

    Paul Cattermole's music career began when he joined the pop group S Club 7 in 1998. The group quickly became one of the biggest acts in the UK, releasing several hit singles and albums over the course of their career. Cattermole was known for his distinctive voice and energetic stage presence, which helped to make S Club 7 a household name.

    After S Club 7 disbanded in 2002, Cattermole pursued a solo career. He released a few singles, including "Lately" and "Sunrise," but did not achieve the same level of success as he had with S Club 7. Cattermole also worked as an actor, appearing in stage productions of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."

    Paul Cattermole with S Club 7
    Paul Cattermole with S Club 7 / Instagram

    In 2015, Cattermole announced that he was auctioning off his BRIT Award for Best British Breakthrough Act, which he had won with S Club 7 in 2000. The auction was controversial, with some of Cattermole's former bandmates accusing him of selling the award for financial gain. Cattermole defended his decision, saying that he needed the money to pay his bills.

    In recent years, Cattermole was involved in a public dispute with his former S Club 7 bandmates over royalties and financial issues. He accused the other members of the group of not sharing their earnings fairly, and said that he struggled financially after the group had disbanded.

    In 2021, he released a new single, "Demons," which he wrote and produced himself. The song deals with his struggles with addiction and mental health, and was praised by fans for its honesty and emotional depth.

    Personal life

    Paul Cattermole's personal life was marked by both successes and challenges. He had been open about his struggles with addiction and mental health, and had spoken publicly about his experiences in rehab. Cattermole had also been involved in a public dispute with his former S Club 7 bandmates over royalties and financial issues.

    In his personal life, Cattermole had been romantically linked to several high-profile women, including actress Hannah Spearritt, who was also a member of S Club 7. The couple began dating in 2001 but broke up in 2006.

    Cattermole had also been involved in other relationships, including with journalist Daisy Fuentes and musician Jo O'Meara. He had spoken candidly about his romantic experiences, saying that he had struggled to find love in the public eye.


    Cattermole was discovered unresponsive at his residence in Dorset on April 6th, 2023 and was declared deceased later that same day. He was 46 years old at the time of his passing, and as of April 11th, 2023, no reason for his death has been disclosed.


    With S Club 7:

    • S Club (1999)
    • 7 (2000)
    • Sunshine (2001)
    • Seeing Double (2002)


    • Lately (2005)
    • Sunrise (2005)
    • Goodbye to Love (2017)
    • Hold On (2017)
    • Demons (2021)



    • Miami 7 (1999)
    • Boyfriends & Birthdays (1999)
    • L.A. 7 (2000)
    • Christmas Special (2000)
    • Hollywood 7 (2001)
    • Viva S Club (2002)
    • Loose Women (2018)
    • First Dates (2019)
    • The One Show (2023)

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