19 Facts About Harry Judd


Harry Mark Christopher Judd was born on 23 December 1985 and is an English musician, dancer and author.


Harry Judd was born in Chelmsford, Essex in southern England, the youngest of three children.


Harry Judd is the son of Emma and Christopher Judd.


Harry Judd was educated at Old Buckenham Hall, a preparatory school in the village of Brettenham, Suffolk, at Dame Bradbury's School, a preparatory school in Saffron Walden, Essex, and at Uppingham School, a private boarding school in Uppingham, Rutland.


Harry Judd appeared in Busted's music video for their 2003 single "Crashed the Wedding", after which he joined McFly following auditions.


Alongside his band mates in McFly, Harry Judd has been seen on TV programmes including The Paul O'Grady Show, T4's Freshly Squeezed and BBC programme Sound.


Harry Judd appeared on the BBC2 panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

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Harry Judd appeared in McFly's own short movie Nowhere Left to Run.


Harry Judd starred in the leading role alongside his band mates to promote their new album Above the Noise.


Harry Judd appeared in his first ever solo photoshoot early in 2011 when he covered the February edition of Attitude.


Harry Judd appeared on the ITV2 Show Celebrity Juice on 1 March 2012.


On 6 July 2012, Harry Judd appeared on The Million Pound Drop Live along with Michelle, his partner he only met in person once they were on stage.


Harry Judd has appeared in his second solo photo shoot in the October edition of Attitude after earning their 'Hottest Man Honours' at the 2012 Attitude Awards.


In December 2013, Harry Judd appeared on Celebrity The Chase with Chris Bisson, Gareth Thomas and Naga Munchetty.


On 19 November 2010, Harry Judd appeared on and won a special Strictly Come Dancing episode for Children in Need, where he partnered Ola Jordan and beat Rochelle Humes from The Saturdays.


On 6 September 2011 it was announced that Harry Judd would take part in the 2011 series of Strictly Come Dancing.


Harry Judd's performances were well received by the show's judges, and his scores landed him in the top half of the leaderboard each week.


On 23 March 2012 Harry Judd performed again in BBC's "Strictly Come Dancing Underwater", as part of Sport Relief 2012, and was narrowly beaten by Chelsee Healey.


Harry Judd met his wife, former Escala violinist Brittany "Izzy" Johnston, when she appeared as part of the string section on McFly's 2005 concert tour.