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On Feb. 17, 1991, little Edward Christopher Sheeran came into this world.
After being born in Hebden Bridge in the county of West Yorkshire, Sheeran grew up in Framlingham, a town in the county of Suffolk.
It's Gingerbread Man Records, an imprint of Warner Music Group.
He never linked up with Sam Smith. He appeared on the Weeknd's "Dark Times," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Growing Up (Sloane's Song)" and Rudimental's Lay It All on Me" and "Bloodstream."
It was way back in 2005; dude was 13.
Matthew Sheeran is two years Ed's senior; he's a classical composer.
He's got a farm in Framlingham, England, where he grew up.
FX's now-canceled 'The Bastard Executioner,' from 'Sons of Anarchy' showrunner Kurt Sutter.
Rupert Grint, a.k.a. Ronald Bilius Weasley, starred in the 2011 video for "Lego House," playing a Sheeran-impersonating Sheeran stalker.
"Sing," the first single from his second album, 'x.' Pharrell co-wrote it and threw some backing vocals down.
Ed Sheeran revealed he set up 'Friends' actress Courteney Cox with the pianist from Snow Patrol, Johnny McDaid, in 2014. "My housemate is Johnny, who I have lived with for a year, I introduced him to Courteney and they started dating," he shared. "Now they're crazy about each other!"