Ruel Vincent van Dijk is best known on stage as Ruel is a British-Australian musician popularly known for releasing songs like “Don’t Tell Me,” “Painkiller”, “Younger” and more.
Ruel was born on 29 October 2002, in Isleworth, London, England. He is 20 years old as of 2022 and his zodiac sign is Scorpio.
Ruel Parents & Siblings
Ruel was born to their parents Ralph van Dijk and Kate Vincent. His father is a Dutch-New Zealand and also the owner of the Australian radio network, Eardrum while his mother is an English citizen. Ruel was born in Isleworth, London, England but he later moved along with his parents to Sydney, Australia at the age of four. He has two sisters named Coco and Sylvie.
Ruel attended Redlands in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, however, his passion for music didn’t allow him to finish his schooling. He dropped out of school to focus on his music career due to the challenge of combining schooling with his musical tours.
Ruel has not revealed any information about his girlfriend to the media yet. Currently, we don’t have any information about the person he is in love with. We will give you an update soon.
|Real Name||Ruel Vincent van Dijk|
|Age||20 years old|
|Parents||Ralph van Dijk and Kate Vincent|
|Education||Redlands in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Height||6 feet 4 inches|
|Place of Birth||Isleworth, London, England|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
Other Facts About Ruel
⦁ Ruel got the chance to put Grammy Award-winning producer M-Phazes on his debut song “Golden Years” in 2017 after his father sent one of his demos to M-Phazes.
⦁ In July 2017, he dropped a new single “Don’t Tell Me”, which appeared 86 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
⦁ He also toured with popular artists like Khalid on his American Teen Tour, Gallant-Ology Tour, Shawn Mendes – Shawn Mendes: The Tour, and more.
⦁ He has performed on several big stages including the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games and more.
⦁ in his career so far, he has released three EPs; Ready (2018), Free Time (2019), and Bright Lights, Red Eyes (2020).
⦁ He has received several accolades such as the ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist, Favourite Aussie/Kiwi, Best Australian Act, and National Live Music Awards of 2019.