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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 17 July 1985Harrow, London, England, UK
Birth NameThomas Michael Fletcher
Nickname Tommy
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Tom Fletcher was born on July 17, 1985 in Harrow, London, England as Thomas Michael Fletcher. He has been married to Giovanna Fletcher since May 12, 2012. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Giovanna Fletcher (12 May 2012 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (16)

Singer, guitarist, songwriter of McFly.
Always carries a plectrum with him.
Has a younger sister, Carrie Fletcher.
Released first album with band McFly on 5th July 2004 called 'Room on the 3rd Floor'. McFly named their album 'Room on the 3rd Floor' because they spent most of their time writing songs in a hotel room which was located on the third floor.
Owns a blue Mini Cooper.
He has 3 cats. Marvin a ginger Tom cat, and two girls, Leia and Aurora who are both black and white. Leia is named after Princess Leia from the Starwars films, while Aurora is named after the Disney princess.
Brother-in-law of Mario Falcone.
He is a Star Wars fan. He performed on the choir for the recording of new music track Victory Celebration by John Williams for Return of the Jedi Special Edition. He also auditioned for the part of young Anakin Skywalker at theatre school for Phantom Menace but did not get the part.
Nominated for a Brit Award [January 2005]
McFly release single 'Please, Please'. [July 2006]
Arena Tour moves to Wembley [October 2005]
Released new single 'I Wanna Hold You' [October 2005]
McFly's cover on the Queen single 'Don't stop me now' becomes #1 in the UK [August 2006]
BBC Family Proms in the Park [September 2005]
He is the son of Deborah A. (Richardson) and Robert M. Fletcher.
Father to two sons; Buzz Michelangelo Fletcher (born 13th March 2014) and Buddy Bob Fletcher (born 16th February 2016).

Personal Quotes (1)

I've always loved the fact that there's a really unique quality to sixties music. Everything from the chord progressions to the melodies themselves - and they still sound amazing today.

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