Troye Sivan

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About Troye Sivan

Pop star Troye Sivan is a compelling voice of sexuality for the internet generation. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1995 before moving to Australia, the actor, singer, and songwriter already displayed a natural command of the stage at 11 years old, when he performed at his first in a series of local telethons in Perth. After graduating to popular online videos and coming out publicly as gay at age 18, Sivan pursued film and theater acting in tandem with the honey-coated synth-pop of his 2015 debut album, Blue Neighbourhood. The 2018 follow-up Bloom took him to a new level of international fame, thanks to the Ariana Grande duet “Dance to This,” sex-positive club hit “My My My!” and other upbeat departures from his more melancholy debut. “I’d go into the studio and think, ‘What am I sad about?’” Sivan told Apple Music at the time of the album’s release. “And it just wasn’t there. So I started writing these lighter, happier songs.” He headed even further in that direction with “Rush,” the lead single from his 2023 album Something to Give Each Other. A giddy head spin ideal for the dance floor, the song’s celebration of physical touch confirmed him as a modern queer icon, while his supporting role on The Weeknd’s HBO drama The Idol reaffirmed his acting talent.

Johannesburg, South Africa
June 5, 1995
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