At times he was more like a sessions player than like a full-fledged member of the group. In reality, however, George was the backbone of the group. It was his guitar work that maintained an orderly arrangement to the flighty musical eccentricities of John and Paul.
George Harrison has always been an enigma to Beatle fans. Unlike John or Paul, he did not push himself forward into the public spotlight. Instead, he remained in the background, a seemingly shy young man who played a guitar somehow too large for his frail frame. His momentary approaches to Paul's microphone to sing harmonies were just that, momentary. And there was little doubt that it was, after all, Paul's microphone and not his.
Born on February 24, 1943 in Liverpool. The youngest of The Beatles. Dark brown hair and hazel eyes. George is 5'11" and weighs about 150 pounds. His favourite color is purple. His favourite music was once Hillbilly/Blue Grass music, but now he likes Indian music. He has two brothers, Peter and Harry, and one sister, Louise. It was Paul who brought George into the band. He was first married to Pattie Boyd in 1966. George and Pattie were divorced in 1977. George then married Olivia Arias in 1978. George has one child, a son, named Dhani born on August 1, 1978. His music and his life have been influenced by Indian culture and the study of meditation and mysticism. George's book I, Me, Mine was published in 1980. He was a part of the band "The Travelling Wilburys" in the '80's. The band included Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, the late Roy Orbison, and George. George now lives in a huge Victorian mansion and cherishes his privacy above all else.