In 2002, Sting won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program in his work on Sting ...All This Time (2001).
In 1997 Sting joined Luciano Pavarotti for the opening of the Pavarotti Music Center in war-torn Mostar, Bosnia.
Sting was a certified primary school teacher in England.
Sting's song "Every Breath You Take" is officially the most requested radio song of all time.
One of Sting's children suffers from dyspraxia (a developmental disorder of the brain in childhood affecting movement and coordination).
Sting performed for the BBC's annual Children in Need charity event in 21 November 2003.
Sting put the movie of his son Jake's birth in his movie Bring on the Night.
Sting's album "Nothing Like the Sun" is dedicated to his mother, Audrey.
Sting got his nickname ("Sting") from the black and gold rugby shirts he used to wear, which made him look like a hornet.
Sting is an avid supporter of the soccer team Newcastle United.
Sting wrote the hit song "Every Breath You Take" after waking up in the middle of the night from a dream.
Sting speaks fluent Portuguese.
Sting was a member of Band Aid in 1984.
Sting is the godfather of Madonna's son Rocco.
The comic book character John Constantine from DC's Hellblazer was designed to look like Sting.
Sting's favorite music is jazz.
Sting and Trudie Styler lived together for about 10 years before getting married.
Sting has 6 children (two from his first wife, four from Trudie).
Sting's main trademark is his high-pitched, raspy voice.
Sting's height is 6' (1.83 m).
Sting and wife, Trudie Styler shocked and surprised their son and guests on his 21st birthday bash with video of his own birth.
Sting doesn't have the rights for the name STING. A wreslter called Steve "STING" Borden have the legal rights to use it.
Sting: I'm so glad I have this way of expressing, in a veiled and artistic way, my most intimate feelings. A lot of people have the same feelings, but in others it must get bottled up. I'm proud of my being able to make it into artifacts that some people find beautiful or engaging.
Sting: The geniuses of music, like Bach and Miles Davis, used silence beautifully; they were not about using as many notes as possible. They knew that playing almost nothing can be the most elegant and eloquent thing to do
Sting: I'm bored with music between 1955 and 1980. I'm completely bored. I can't listen to a rock and roll record. I can't do it. I would rather listen to hogs screwing