How Much Is Harry Styles Actually Worth?

It's no secret that Harry Styles is one of the most successful and popular celebs of his generation. Fans have been obsessed with the singer and actor ever since he made hearts flutter with his singing chops — and boyish good looks — on "X Factor UK" in 2010, where he also became part of One Direction, one of the biggest boy bands in the world since *NSYNC and The Backstreet Boys took over the genre in the late '90s and early '00s.

After One Direction took an infinite hiatus in 2015, (via NME), Styles launched his own solo career, which has kept him in the spotlight for the last six years. In 2017, the "Sign of the Times" singer released his debut self-titled album and in 2019, he released his sophomore project, "Fine Line," which features certified bops like "Watermelon Sugar" and "Adore You." Styles was even nominated for three awards - Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Music Video, and Best Pop Solo Performance - and took home his first-ever Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Watermelon Sugar," (via Grammy).

Styles isn't just a talented singer and songwriter, though; he's also dipped his toes into the acting pool, appearing in 2017's "Dunkirk" and an episode of "iCarly" in 2012, (via IMDb). His highly anticipated film, "Don't Worry Darling," which is directed by rumored girlfriend Olivia Wilde and stars "Midsommar" actress Florence Pugh, is in post-production. As of writing, he's filming "My Policeman."

Harry's net worth is way more than you think it is

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Harry Styles is worth around $80 million, which is an insanely high number for anyone, let alone someone who is in their late 20s.

He's obviously made a good chunk of his fortune from music, be it One Direction's five studio albums, touring with One Direction, or of course, his successful solo career. And given the fact that his acting career will likely take off at any second, Styles' net worth will likely continue to grow in the coming years.

On top of his many music and acting projects, Styles also served as executive producer on two episodes of the CBS sitcom, "Happy Together, "and has appeared in multiple Gucci ads over the last couple years. He even made history as the first man to appear solo on the cover of Vogue — a move that caused quite a stir among conservatives, as he donned a gorgeous Gucci dress.