Simon Cowell (born 7.10.1959)Simon Cowell is an English music management executive, as well as a television presenter, best known for judging shows such as American Idol, The X Factor and Pop Idol.
Childhood: Simon Cowell was born in Brighton and raised in Elstree, Hertfordshire.
He was also responsible for the release of a number of novelty songs by acts such as the Teletubbies, Zig and Zag and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
In 2002, he set up Syco Records, which is home to artists such as Il Divo and Leona Lewis.
When Fanfare experienced financial difficulties in 1989, Cowell was in debt and forced to move back in with his parents.
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The pop industry heavy-hitter spoke to The Sun on Wednesday (November 14th), four days after it was revealed over the weekend that Syco had parted ways with Little Mix ahead of the release of their new album, .
Instead, the four-piece girl group has moved to RCA, another part of the wider Sony structure that also includes Cowell’s imprint.
It has been reported that Simon Cowell earns over £54 million per annum.
Biography by Simon Cowell has spoken out for the first time over the recent departure of Little Mix from his record label, Syco.