Paolo stands 6 feet and 1 1/2 inches.
Nutini has appeared on many shows such as Live Earth, Late Night With Conan O'Brien, TRL Italy, and the Album Chart Show.
On his 18th birthday, he went to Liverpool to work on his debut album with Atlantic Records.
When he was 16, Paolo quit school in Glasgow and moved to London.
Paolo Nutini is Scottish.
Paolo's fourth song from his album is New Shoes.
Paolo was nominated for a 2007 Brit award for Best British Male but lost out to James Morrison.
In 2006 he supported The Rolling Stones on their tour in Vienna they were so impressed by him that he was invited to appear with them at the Don Valley Stadium in August 2006.
Paolo worked as a studio hand at Glasgow's Park Lane Studio.
As part of Radio 1's "Back to School Week" in January, Paolo went to the Nuneaton School and was expected to dissect a pig's lung which caused him to nearly throw up.
Paolo first started singing as a child in his school choir.
Paolo's debut single Last Request is about the rocky relationship he has with his current girlfriend.
Paolo has a tattoo of Texas stars around his wrist.
Nutini had Ken Nelson, producer of famous band Coldplay, work on his debut album.
Before Paolo became a well-known singer, he toured with his friends band as a roadie and T-Shirt Vendor.
Paolo orginally wanted to be a footballer and be in the positon of goalkeeper, but changed his mind and switched to music.
Paolo's musical role models are Van Morrison, Ray Charles and The Drifters.
Paolo's album went gold and then platnium on its release.
Nutini's debut album These Streets entered the chart at number 3 in July 2006.
Paolo's third single Rewind reached chart position number 27 in September 2006.
Paolo's second single Jenny Don't Be Hasty reached number 20 in 2006
Paolo's family have lived in Scotland for the last four generations.
When Paolo appeared in Scotlands Hogmanay Celebrations in 2006, he was clearly drunk and halfway through a song forgot his lines and fell off stage.
Paolo was signed to the record label Atlantic Records in 2005.
Paolo's favourite football team is Celtic F.C
Paolo has been nominated at the 2007 Brit Awards for Best British Male.
Paolo's debut single the beautiful and moving Last Request reached chart number 5 in July 2006.
Nutini's debut album These Streets was released in 2006.
Paolo refers passionately to his late Grandfather as Nonno.
Paolo comes from a non-showbiz background, his parents own a fish and chip shop in his home town of Paisley.
Paolo based his song Jenny Don't Be Hasty on a woman who dumped him after she found out he was younger then he had told her.
Paolo is half-Italian and half-Scottish.
Paolo: I naturally mumble, anyway, so maybe they think I'm a drunk, mumbling Scotsman. That's fine -- I've met many in my time and it has only added to their charm.
Paolo: I like music because its expressive, you can convey whatever you're thinking through a song.
Paolo: Everything that has happened to me so far has been really good, really fluent. There have been a few bumps along the way but nothing fatal.
Paolo: Initially, I'd wanted to be a football player, specifically a goalkeeper.
Paolo: Basically, the album These Streets is an autobiographical journey, as a diary if you like, of my last three years.
Paolo: He was a big music lover, my Nonno.