John Joseph Lydon was born on 31st January 1956 in London, England. He is a famous English Singer, Musician, and a Song Writer.
His nickname can mean "rotten", "possibly rotten", and this develops from his deteriorating health due to the disease.
He formed the lead singer of the Sex Pistols, the most famous group of 70s Punk Rock. In 1979, after leaving the Sex Pistols, he joined The Clash guitarist Keith Levene for Public Image Ltd. formed groups.
Three younger brothers, Jimmy, Bobby and Martin Lydon.
Sufferred Spinal Meningitis as a child.
Son of John Christopher and Eileen Lydon.
The Sex Pistols were voted the 58th Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Artists of all time by Rolling Stone.
Is portrayed by Andrew Schofield in Sid and Nancy (1986)
Stepfather of Ari Up (née Ariana Forster) of the punk band The Slits.
Is portrayed by Mark Windows in 24 Hour Party People (2002).
Lives in Los Angeles with his wife and Step-children.
A compilation of Lydon's lyrics, Mr. Rotten's Songbook, was published in 2017. The limited-edition book includes the words to every song he wrote during his entire career, punctuated by his own original sketches and cartoons.
During an interview on Good Morning Britain in March 2017, Lydon stated that he supported Brexit: "Well, here it goes, the working-class have spoke and I'm one of them and I'm with them." Lydon described Brexit advocate Nigel Farage as "fantastic" and that he wanted to shake his hand after his altercation on the River Thames with anti-Brexit campaigner Bob Geldof.
Height : In Feet and Inches – 5′ 7″ 1.72cm
Weight : In Pounds – 165 lbs 75kg