Suggs' two solo albums were named The Lone Ranger and The Three Pyramids Club
Suggs holds the record for the furthest a golf ball has ever been hit. He hit the ball on board Concorde, meaning that it travelled hundreds of miles before reaching the front of the plane.
Suggs had a cameo appearance in the film The Tall Guy.
Suggs is a patron of Children In Need.
Suggs had a number 4 hit with Cecilia.
Madness spent more weeks in the charts in the 80s than any other act.
Suggs produced the hit song All Together Now by The Farm.
Suggs is a Chelsea FC fan.
Suggs is married to Anne McPherson, also known as Bette Bright from the band Deaf School.
Suggs has two daughters.
Suggs' real name is Graham MacPherson.
Madness have won two Ivor Norvello Awards. Once in 1983 Best Song award for their international hit Our House and in 1999 they won the Outstanding Song Collection award.
He took his nickname of 'Suggs' from a jazz flautist named Pete Suggs.
Also in Madness.
Suggs: I'm not as interesting and witty as I appear.
Suggs: I've led such a fortuitous life. I never thought I'd be doing any of the things I do when I was at school: radio shows, making television programmes, recording songs with my mates - and I have a nice family, too.
Suggs: I don't think I could live in the country … There's a kind of spark to London - a speed to the way things happen that suits my mind.
Suggs: Today London is still my main inspiration for song writing and much of the music I'm involved in. I'm endlessly fascinated by the people and the streets they live in. Those people and those streets are what I'd define as 'the great landscape of London'.