Joe Alwyn fully named Joseph Matthew Alwyn was born February 21, 1991, in Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom.

Joseph Matthew Alwyn is an actor from England. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, Operation Finale, The Favourite, and Harriet are just a few of his credits. In 2020, Alwyn co-produced and co-wrote a number of Taylor Swift’s tracks, including “Exile” and “Betty,” with his partner.

Swift’s Folklore won him the Chopard Trophy at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, as well as the Grammy Award for Album of the Year (2020).

Alwyn was born in the English town of Tunbridge Wells. Alwyn was born in Tufnell Park and grew up in Crouch End, North London, to a psychiatrist mother and a documentary filmmaker father. He is composer William Alwyn’s great-grandson.

Joe Alwyn


Joe Alwyn went to the City of London School for his education but secretly wanted to be an actor so he joined the National Youth Theatre in his late teens, despite being an “introverted” child.

He acted in two student productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival while studying English literature and theater at the University of Bristol. He earned a BA in acting from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama after graduating in 2012.

Taylor Swift, an American singer-songwriter, has been Alwyn’s girlfriend since 2016. Since 2016, he’s been mentioned in a lot of Swift’s songs, including Reputation (2017), Lover (2019), Folklore, and Evermore (both 2020). Swift’s songs about Alwyn are “flattering,” according to Alwyn.


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