Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Trent Park College of Education
Acquired film rights to Joshua Doder's "Grk" children's book trilogy for her production company, Xingu Films
Portrayed Servilia, mother of Brutus in the epic series "Empire" (ABC)
Cast in the black comedy, "Cheeky," written and directed by David Thewlis and produced by her production company, Xingu Films
Had featured role as an ugly gypsy woman in the ABC TV production "Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister"
Directed "The Sweatbox" a documentary which follows the making of Disney's "The Emperor’s New Groove"
Co-starred in "Me Without You" as a boozy mother; screened at the Venice and London Film Festivals before its release in Great Britain
Guest starred on the popular sitcom "Friends" (NBC) playing herself
Returned to acting in "On the Q.T.", shown as a "work in progress" at IFFM
Served as executive producer of the comedy "Greenfingers"
Once again teamed with Guy Ritchie to executive produce his follow-up film "Snatch"
Served as executive producer of "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels", a stylish British gangster comedy-drama directed by Guy Ritchie; Sting co-starred as the bar owner father of one of the leads
Acted alongside Sting in "Grotesque/Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets/Grave Indiscretion"; released in USA in 1997
Was a producer on Apted's documentary "Moving the Mountain"
Had featured role in the Italian-produced film "Mamba"
Acted in "The Body in the Library" episode of the British series "Agatha Christie's Miss Marple"
Appeared in the documentary "Bring on the Night", directed by Michael Apted
After drama school, worked as an actress in TV and on stage; was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company for one year
In early 1980s, met the rock musician/actor Sting
Raised in a working-class family
At age 17, ran away from home to pursue an acting career
Styler has been honoured with many awards, including the 1994 Rainforest Action Hero Award from the Rainforest Action Network, the Outstanding Women Environmentalist Award from the Centre for Environmental Education, the 1995 Humanitarian Award from the Hospitality Committee for the United Nations delegations, and the 1998 Ermenegildo Zegna International Environmental Award from GQ Magazine.
Styler has been a contributing editor to Harper's Bazaar since 1996.
Styler was diagnosed as dyslexic as a child.
She was injured in a motor accident when she was younger and her classmates often taunted her by calling her "Scarface". After winning compensation from the driver of the truck that injured her she underwent plastic surgery to repair the damage at age 17.