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Name: Robin Williams

Birthday: July 21, 1951

Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Date of death: August 11 2014 (63 years old)

Cause of death: find out suicide

Place of burial: find out cremated, scattered in Marin County over San Francisco Bay

Height: 173 cm

Eastern horoscope: Rabbit

Career: Foreign actors 157 place

Photo: Robin Williams

Childhood

Robin Williams was born on July 21, 1951 in Chicago. His father Robert was 45 years old and for him, like for his wife Laurie, it was a second marriage. Robert was a top manager for the automotive giant Ford, and Laurie had long since left the modeling business and was raising children.

Robin was the youngest child in a family in which children from previous marriages were raised. The older brothers and sisters were not particularly interested in Robin. Suffering from overweight, he grew up very shy and was forced to visit a school psychologist. The teenager managed to get rid of extra kilos, but complexes about his own appearance will haunt him all his life. He skillfully masked shyness with jokes and soon gained a reputation as a school wit.

Career. Start

After listening to a mentor, Robin moved to Los Angeles, but did not quit the work of a comedian. In 1977, producer George Schlatter saw his performance and invited the young man to his television show "Hochma", which was going through hard times. The participation of the young bright artist did not help to revive the project, but attracted the attention of other producers to Robin. Throughout the year, Robin was a frequent guest of popular shows and even performed in clubs in London, where he won the hearts of stiff English.

In late 1978, Williams was invited to the popular sitcom "Mork and Mindy", where he was offered the role of a funny alien Mork, who fell in love with an earthly girl. The project went on for four years, and for his role Robin received the first award - the Golden Globe.

The best roles. 1988 - 2000

In 1988, the actor came into the view of the crazy genius Terry Gilliam, who shot a picture of the adventures of Baron Munchausen. The role of the King of the Moon with a detached and randomly flying head performed by Williams adequately merged into a bizarre mosaic, played by John Neville, Sarah Polly, as well as young Uma Thurman and the famous Python man Eric Idle.

The role of a literature teacher in The Society of Dead Poets completely changed the actor’s attitude towards himself. If prior to this picture, Williams perceived himself exclusively as a comedian, then playing the role of John Kitting, he revealed the potential of a drama actor. The film was a huge success with the audience, but was ambiguously accepted by critics who condemned the filmmakers for the excessive, in their opinion, emphasis on the transience of life and the inevitability of death. Young Ethan Hawke, Gail Hansen and Josh Charles played in the film. The true decoration of the film was the beautiful Lara Flynn Boyle.

In the film “Captain Hook”, the actor plays the adult and tired Peter Pan, saving his children from the captivity of the villain Hook. Finding himself in a magical land, Peter Pan suddenly realizes that the past has not gone anywhere and in his soul he is still the same eternal child. Williams himself was such an eternal child, so he was able to so beautifully embody this complex image. The adult fairy tale was played by Dustin Hoffman, as well as Bob Hoskins, Julia Roberts and British star Maggie Smith.

In The Fisher King, Gilliam gave the role of a tramp to Perry Robin, saying that he does not see any other actor who can play her. Robin really played so that the audience cried and laughed. Jeff Bridges, Amanda Plummer and Mercedes Rule starred in a touching phantasmagoria about the friendship of two broken people, who received many awards.

2000s At the peak of fame

The role of the elderly owner of the darkroom in the psycho-drama "Photo in an hour" was given to Robin Williams is not easy. A difficult psychological picture revealed the problem of loneliness, and the image of Sai, gradually turning into a psychopath, led to the moral exhaustion of the actor and an attack of alcoholism.

In 2004, the actor played the main role in the fantastic psychodrama "Final Installation". In the future world, Robin played the role of a censor, editing the memory of his clients. An accidentally discovered erased record of past fault led to irreversible consequences. On the set, Mira Sorvino and James Cavizel worked with the actor.

Death

A toxicological examination carried out on November 7 showed a complete absence in the blood of the actor of alcohol and drugs. However, the combination of drugs that Robin Williams took for Parkinson's disease could cause suicidal feelings, which together with chronic depression caused suicide.

In an interview in the fall of 2015, the widow of the actor said that Robin clearly imagined that in a few years the disease would kill his brain. He was diagnosed with a rare form of Parkinson's disease with dementia with Levy bodies. Realizing that he was losing his mind, Robin simply could not afford to gradually fade away, turning into a helpless crazy old man.

Biography

Robin Williams was born in Chicago on July 21, 1951 in a family of wealthy parents. At the time of Robin’s birth, his parents, each of whom was already over fifty, already had adult children from their previous marriages. In this regard, Robin spent a lot of time alone with himself, being in fact the only child in the family. His father's work was associated with numerous moves, as a result, in every new private school, the chubby newcomer Robin was ridiculed. His wit also developed, and as a means of protection against barbs.

After graduation, Robin is fond of comedy improvisation, while simultaneously studying political science at the men's college in Clermont. After his appearance on the scene of the Comedy Store club, which has become a real breakthrough, he is invited to work permanently in George Schlatter's Laughter program. Robin gets to the shooting of the film “Happy Days” from there. The role of the crazy alien Mork he really succeeded, the audience was so enthusiastic about the game Robin, the producer of the picture decides to take him to the comedy series "Mork and Mindy" (1978-1982). The show, for all four years, has been a success, and Robin Williams has become one of the most popular comedians of the seventies. read more

The first Oscar nomination and great popularity, the actor brings a picture of Barry Levinson's "Good Morning, Vietnam" (1987). “For the paintings of The Society of Dead Poets” (1989) and “The Fisher King” (1991) Robin receives two more nominations. Contributing to the growth of the comedian’s popularity are those who have gathered a decent box office of the comedy Mrs. Doutfire (1993) and Jumanji (1995). The gold statuette that Robin had been waiting for for many years, he receives two years later, for a secondary role in the film "Good Will Hunting" (1997). The mixed emotions of critics and spectators evoke the roles of Williams in the films “Where Dreams May Come” (1998) and “Healer Adams” (1988). And the films “Jacob Liar” and “Bicentennial Man”, which were released a year later, generally fail at the box office.

In the melodrama “House D” and the thriller “The Last Knife Sweep”, the actor departs from the comedic role, but not one of the films brings success. The actor returns to full employment in 2006, after voicing the animated film "Robots" (2005) and the comedic role in the film "Aristocrats." Two comedy films with his participation are released on the screens: the crime comedy Man of the Year and the simple comedy Madhouse on Wheels. However, the joy of fans of the comedic talent of the actor, celebrating the departure of their favorite from gloomy thrillers and dramas, did not last long. Unexpectedly for all, Robin plays the main role in the highly controversial film "The Night Listener". The picture, which is a literary fairy tale, raises rather heavy topics of our time, such as AIDS and the problem of child abuse, keeping the viewer in suspense throughout the film. This work of the actor can be called an exit to a new level of acting, which allowed the viewer to see a more sophisticated actor who found a balance between serious and comedy cinema.

However, advances in the film industry is not the only thing Robin could boast of. In addition, he took part in many comedy programs every year, recorded three comedy albums and held the Comic Contrast action every year, which he himself organized in 1980. The funds raised during the campaign went in favor of the homeless.

On August 11, 2014, the actor committed suicide in his own apartment.

Movies

The creative biography of Robin Williams began after moving to Los Angeles, where he first appeared on the stages of various clubs as a stand-up comedian. Once Robin was seen by famous producer George Schlatter and invited him to his popular television show “Laugh-In”. But after a while, the project lost its viewer and was closed. The young artist had to return to previous performances in clubs.

Robin Williams in his youth

"Einstein from the comedy," as Robin Williams was later called, amused the audience and managed to achieve considerable success in this field. He began to be invited to famous clubs in America, and then the UK, where the artist quickly became very popular and in demand. He was soon invited to the Richard Prior Show. Almost all comedians dreamed of joining the cast of this program.

Robin Williams made his film debut in 1978. Director Harry Marshall once saw a comedian in one of the clubs and invited him to play an alien in the TV series Happy Days. The successful debut in the role of Mork prompted the producers to create a comedy show called "Mork and Mindy." It was released on the ABC channel in 1978 and was broadcast for 4 years. Since then, Mork is the most recognizable character in the United States.

Robin Williams in the show "Mork and Mindy"

The fame and popularity of Robin Williams, as they say, are going wild. His photographs appear on the covers of major newspapers and magazines. The artist is a regular guest of various shows. And he begins to actively act in films. The main role in the film “Popeye” brought the actor even greater fame. After 2 years, in the 1980th, Robin Williams appeared in the comedy "Harpoon World."

Robin Williams in the movie Popeye

But the incredible popularity of the artist had another, dark side. Robin is addicted to alcohol and drugs. Williams was able to stop on this path after the tragic death of a friend and colleague John Belushi. They say that the familiar owner of a bicycle shop, who gave Robin Williams a sports bike, helped the actor get rid of his addiction. This new hobby returned the artist to his former life.

Robin Williams in the movie Good Morning Vietnam

During this period, the actor discovered a new facet of his talent - he starred in a "serious" movie and proved that he could not only comedy roles. This happened in 1987 in the movie Good Morning Vietnam, where he played the pacifist Cronauer. For this work, Robin Williams received the first Academy Award nomination. But the turning point in the artist’s career is the role in the film “Society of Dead Poets”, released in 1988. Here Robin is an English literature teacher, John Keating. After these two films, Williams is perceived as an actor who can afford the widest range of images and various roles.

Robin Williams in the movie Good Will Hunting

In the movie "King Fisherman" Robin appeared in the image of a tramp Perry. This role and the central images that followed in the films “Mrs. Doutfire”, “Jumanji”, “Clever Will Hunting” and “Where Dreams Come” have finally approved the actor along with Hollywood stars of the first magnitude. The film “Clever Will Hunting”, although it gave small fees, but brought the artist an Oscar.

Robin Williams with an Oscar

In the late 90s, when Robin Williams was over 50, he was already a Hollywood legend. But, nevertheless, the actor did not get tired of surprising with new facets of his talent. The most striking works of this period were the films “Photo in an hour”, “Kill Smughi”, “Insomnia” and “Secrets of the past”. These tapes came out in the early 2000s and immediately became favorite movie hits.

Personal life

The first wife of Williams was actress Valeria Velardi. He lived with her from 1978 to 1988. In this marriage, the firstborn of Robin Williams was born - the son of Zachary Tim. In 1989, the artist married the former nanny of his son - Marche Graces. In this union, the daughter of Zelda and the son of Cody Alan were born. The couple founded a film company, which eventually released the film "Mrs. Doutfire." In the 2008th, Marsha and Robin broke up.

Robin Williams and third wife Susan Schneider

In 2011, he met Susan Schneider, who worked as a designer. As Robin admitted, he hoped that a new marriage would save him from severe depression.

Awards

In total, Robin Williams has more than 50 awards, the most significant are listed:
▪ Golden Globe Award in the nomination "Best TV Actor - Musical or Comedy" for the series "Mork and Mindy" (1979)
▪ Primetime Emmy Awards in the category "Best Performance in a Variety Show or Music Program" for the program "Carol, Karl, Whoopi and Robin" (1987)
▪ Primetime Emmy Awards in the category "Best Performance in a Variety Show or Music Program" for the program "ABC Presents: A Royal Gala" (1988)
▪ Golden Globe Award in the nomination “Best Actor - Musical or Comedy” for the film “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1988)
▪ Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (12/12/1990)
▪ Golden Globe Award in the nomination "Best Actor - Musical or Comedy" for the film "The King Fisherman" (1992)
▪ Golden Globe special prize in the Vocal Data nomination for the voice acting of Genie in the animated film Aladdin (1992)
▪ Saturn Award in the nomination "Best Supporting Actor" for the cartoon "Aladdin" (1993)
▪ Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Musical or Comedy for the film Mrs. Doutfire (1994)
▪ US Screen Actors Guild Award / Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Actors in Feature Films for the movie Birdcage (1997)
▪ US Screen Actors Guild Award / Screen Actors Guild Awards in the nomination for Best Supporting Actor for the movie Good Will Hunting (1998)
▪ Oscar in the nomination "Best Supporting Actor" for the film "Good Will Hunting" (1998)
▪ Saturn Award in the nomination "Best Actor" for the film "Photo in an Hour" (2003)
▪ Special award “Cecil B. De Mill” (“Golden Globe”) for outstanding achievements in cinema (2005)
▪ US Screen Actors Guild Award / Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Actress in Feature Films for the film Butler (2014)

A family

First wife - Valeria Velardi, model and actress (1978–1988)
Second wife - Marsha Graces, producer (1989–2008)
Third wife - Susan Schneider, designer (2011–2014)
Son - Zachary Pim Williams (1983), from his first marriage
Daughter - Zelda Ray Williams (1989), from a second marriage
Son - Cody Allen Williams (1991), from a second marriage

Solo career

In the summer of 2001, Robbie went on tour in support of the album. Album sales totaled 2.4 million copies in the UK and 4 million copies in Europe, became platinum 8 times and became one of the best-selling in the history of British music.

In 2001, Williams released his fourth album, Swing When You’re Winning, recorded in the Swing genre. Nicole Kidman took part in the recording of the album. After the release, the album immediately became a hit, its circulation amounted to more than 7 million copies. The song "Beyond The Sea" was included in the soundtrack of the cartoon "Finding Nemo." In October 2001, Robbie Williams gave a concert in London Albert Hall.

The advantages of popularity were overshadowed by bouts of depression and self-doubt, although it would seem where they might have come from in the cult figure of the British pop scene.

In 2005, Williams released his sixth album, Intensive Care, recorded in collaboration with composer Stefan Duffy. In November 2005, at the MTV Europe Music Award ceremony, Williams received the Best Male Performer Award.

In October 2011, Robbie signed a contract with Universal, the result of which was the release of the album "Take the Crown" in the fall of 2012. In June 2013, Robbie Williams went on tour in support of the album.

In 2016, the singer released the disc “The Heavy Entertainment Show”, which included the song “Party like a Russians”. In the video for her, the musician ridiculed the rest of Russian oligarchs and the local entertainment culture.It is believed that the song by Williams was inspired by the corporate party of Roman Abramovich, at which he spoke in 2014.

Robbie williams now

Robbie Williams became a guest star at the opening of the 2018 World Cup. At the ceremony, the star spoke to the 80,000th audience of the Luzhniki Stadium and an army of millions of football fans. In the government box were Vladimir Putin, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman and FIFA Head Gianni Infantino. The artist himself was happy to participate in the opening of the mundial, calling this performance “a childhood dream come true”. Together with the British singer, the Russian opera diva Aida Garifullina appeared on the stage.

Robbie Williams and Aida Garifullina at the opening of the 2018 World Cup

Robbie Williams in a creative impulse before the end of the song "Rock DJ" showed the middle finger into the camera, while singing the words: "I did it for free", which are not provided for in the main text of the song. Later, the artist himself in the transmission of "This Morning" on the British television channel ITV explained this gesture by the fact that one minute remained before the match between the national teams of Russia and Saudi Arabia. Robbie was worried that he did not have time to finish the song and began to count the seconds. The fact that the gesture was provocative, Robbie realized after a while, when he had already left the stage.

Robbie Williams released a video for the track from the new album: the singer never ceases to amaze fans

12/28/2018 | 13:09 | Joinfo.ua

On February 14, 2019, successful British singer Robbie Williams releases a new album. In order to attract the attention of fans to the new disc today, December 28, he released his first video for one of the new songs, urging that he simply “wants to like people,” Joinfo.ua reports.

New Robbie Williams clip

On the official website of a former member of Take That, the upcoming album is a collection of completely new tracks that have never been included in previous albums. But the singer always wanted the audience to hear them.

The first light saw the composition "I Just Want People To Like Me" ("I Just Want to Like People"), a clip for which the artist presented.

The father of three children moved away from his early shocking genre, when in one of the clips he tore off his skin to appear in the end as a skeleton. In the new video, he is captured on the roof of a skyscraper. The singer is dressed in black trousers, sneakers and a bright Hawaiian shirt.

Fans were delighted with what they saw and praised the artist for his excellent composition and video.

In total, the new album has 14 tracks, including "The National Anthem of Robbie." The 44-year-old artist began his career with Take That, but left for a solo career. And he did very right.

To date, world sales of his records exceed the sum of $ 59 million, and singles - more than 18 million. The famous British artist Elton John in the past called the musician "Frank Sinatra of the 21st century" for his characteristic voice and manner of performance.

Williams has built not only a successful musical career, but also an excellent family. Since 2010, he is married to American actress Aide Field, who gave him two children. The third baby of the couple was born recently, 3 months ago, thanks to surrogate motherhood.


Creative Way Robbie Williams

In 1990, his mother saw an ad in the newspaper about recruiting a pop group and suggested that Robbie go for an audition. 16-year-old Williams became the youngest member of Take That. The boy band was very popular in Britain, but Robbie was unhappy that the band's managers did not use his songs. Against the backdrop of popularity, he developed a dependence on alcohol and drugs. Having barely received an overdose on the eve of the band's performance at the 1995 MTV Europe Music Awards, Williams caused serious controversy within the band. In the end, it was decided to go on the next tour without Robbie. He left the group, which eventually split up on his birthday - February 13, 1996.

In 1996, Robbie Williams released their first solo single, a cover version of George Michael's Freedom song. The single ended up in second place on the English charts. The same place was taken by the song Old Before I Die from his debut album Life Thru a Lens. At first, sales of the album were not impressive, and the fate of Robbie as a solo artist was in doubt. On the advice of his friend Elton John, Williams went to a drug treatment clinic. Everything changed after the release of the fourth single. The song Angels received double platinum status, it became a hit throughout Europe and in Latin America. As a result, the album was sold in three million copies in Europe alone.

The album Sing When You’re Winning was released in August 2000 and immediately topped the charts not only at home, but also in many European countries. This record includes the song Kids - Robbie duet with Kylie Minogue (Kylie Minogue). The singles Eternity and The Road to Mandalay were also well received by the public. After the success of the third disc, Williams decided to take a step aside and try himself in a different style. In just two weeks, he recorded a new album, which reflected his love for the work of Frank Sinatra (Frank Sinatra).

Duo Robbie Williams and Hollywood star Nicole Kidman (Kidman) in Somethin ’Stupid became the leader of the charts. The album Swing When You’re Winning climbed to the first line in the charts. In 2002, Williams signed a contract with EMI in the amount of 80 million pounds, this deal was a record for the British show business. After Robbie spent a year in a studio in Los Angeles, recording the fifth album. It first appeared songs written without participation Guy Chambers. The first single - Feel - became the biggest international hit in Williams' career. The album was called Escapology and was released in late 2002, immediately becoming the first number in ten countries. In mid-2003, Robbie went on a world tour in support of the album.

Amid the success of the first six albums, the results of Robbie's next work - Rudebox - turned out to be inexpressive: less than 500 thousand copies in his native England. Robbie duets with Pet shop boys, William Orbit (William Orbit), Soul mekanik and other musicians.

In October 2010, Williams recorded a new single - Shame - with a former band member Take That Gary barlow (Gary Barlow). In July 2010, it was announced that Robbie was returning to Take That. In the original line-up, the band recorded the Progress album, which became the fastest-selling album in the 21st century and lost only the 1997 Oasis compilation album “Be Here Now” in the entire musical history. In 2010, Take That took the position of the best-selling artists. In the same 2010, the group announced the European Progress Live tour, planning it at the end of the spring of 2011, and over the first day more than a million tickets for this event were bought, which was another historic record. The tour itself was super successful for the team.

In the fall of 2011, Williams signed a solo contract with Universal, and in 2012 he saw the light of his studio album Take the Crown, which a week after the release reached the first line of the album chart. And the pilot song Candy from this disc debuted on the first line of the British singles chart. In June 2013, Robbie went on a Take the Crown concert tour, which became the singer’s first solo cruise after the Close Encounters Tour in 2006, and in November introduced the next album, Swings Both Ways, which included covers and new swing tracks. In 2014, Williams released Under The Radar Vol. 1.

In the spring of 2015, the British performer first performed in St. Petersburg as part of the Let Me Entertain You tour. In September 2016, he presented his video Party Like a Russian (“Have fun like a Russian”) in honor of the upcoming release of his album Heavy Entertainment Show. This video caused a real sensation - someone saw a caustic satire in the video, while others saw a political manifesto. Robbie himself explained that the Party Like A Russian video, where he dances with ballerinas in the interiors of a luxurious mansion, sings about the Russian oligarch, downplaying the welfare of the nation and never smiling, the singer devoted to the Russian party.

In 2017, Robbie created Under The Radar Vol.2. In the same year, during the broadcast of the “Let them talk” program, the British singer announced that he would like to perform at Eurovision 2017 with a song from Russia.

On June 14, 2018, Robbie, speaking in Russia at the opening ceremony of the World Cup, was at the center of the scandal because, while performing the song Rock DJ, he added an extra line to the original text - I did this for free (“I did this for free”) and showed an indecent gesture into the camera - a raised middle finger. Fans immediately rushed to defend the artist, saying that he didn’t want to offend anyone, saying that such a gesture was typical for Robbie: the musician repeatedly made such a “pa” in his videos or at photo shoots. The press suggested that Williams' gesture was addressed to the British authorities, who accused Robbie of “selling his soul to the dictator”, agreeing to speak in Russia. Ilya OverbukhThe director of the 2018 World Cup, in turn, commented on the situation as follows: “Robbie loves Russia very much and would not offend football fans. With a gesture, he showed a personal attitude towards his ill-wishers. ” The American television company Fox after this incident made an official apology to football fans.

Interesting facts about Robbie Williams

Since 2006, Williams has been living in Los Angeles. He returned to Britain in 2009 and even bought a house for 8.5 million pounds in Whitshire, but a year later he moved to the States again.

John Robbie received the nickname "Frank Sinatra of the 21st Century" from the famous English composer and singer Elton, for his characteristic timbre of voice and manner of performance.

In 2007, he went to a clinic in Tucson to get rid of addiction to painkillers and energy drinks. Until 2009, he smoked up to 60 cigarettes a day, but was able to quit at the insistence of his girlfriend Aida Field.

Robbie's songs were included in the soundtracks for the films Bridget Jones's Diary, Finding Nemo, and others.

Williams is interested in paranormal phenomena, he is sure that he saw UFOs three times in his life.

Robbie opened a charity fund to help the community of his hometown. He is also the patron of the foundation providing care and treatment for sick children.

Discography of Robbie Williams

  • Collections
    1999 - The Ego Has Landed ”(only released in North America)
    2004 - Greatest Hits
    2010 - In and Out of Consciousness: The Greatest Hits 1990 - 2010
    Live albums
    2003 - Live at Knebworth
    Studio albums
    1997 - Life thru a Lens (1997)
    1998 - I’ve Been Expecting You (United Kingdom)
    2000 - Sing When You’re Winning
    2001 - Swing When You’re Winning
    2002 - Escapology
    2002 - I’ve Been Expecting You (USA)
    2005 - Intensive Care
    2006 - Rudebox
    2009 - Reality Killed the Video Star
    2012 - Take the Crown
    2013 - Swings Both Ways
    2014 - Under The Radar
    2016 - Heavy Entertainment Show
    2017 - Under The Radar Vol.2

Filmography Robbie Williams

Actor
Robbie Williams: My Fuck You to You (Video short, 2018) ... Short
Robbie Williams: The Heavy Entertainment Show (2017 video) ... Short
Robbie Williams: Mixed Signals (video 2017). short film
Robbie Williams: Love My Life (video, 2016). short film
Robbie Williams: Party Like a Russian (video, 2016). short film
Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe (TV, 2016)
Robbie Williams: H.E.S. (video, 2014). short film
Robbie Williams: Shine My Shoes (video, 2014). short film
The Robber Grandmother (TV Movie 2013) Gangsta Granny. Flavio flavoli
Robbie Williams: Dream a Little Dream (video, 2013). short film
Robbie Williams: Go Gentle (video 2013). short film
Dizzee Rascal Feat. Robbie Williams: Goin ’Crazy (video 2013). short film
Robbie Williams: Be a Boy (video, 2013). short film
Robbie Williams Feat. Lissie: Losers (video, 2013). short film
Robbie Williams: Take the Crown Live (2012)
Robbie Williams: Different (video 2012). short film
Robbie Williams: Candy (video 2012). short film
The Short Cut (2011). Robbie Williams Short
Take That: Eight Letters (video, 2011). short film
Take That: When We Were Young (video, 2011). short film
Take That: Love Love (video, 2011). short film
Take That & Fake That: Happy Now (Video short 2011). short film
Take That: Kidz (video, 2011). short film
Robbie Williams & Gary Barlow: Shame (video, 2010). short film
Helping Haiti: Everybody Hurts, B&W Version (Video 2010). short film
Robbie Williams: Morning Sun (Video 2010). short film
Helping Haiti: Everybody Hurts, Color Version (video, 2010). short film
Robbie Williams: You Know Me (video, 2009). short film
Robbie Williams: Bodies (video, 2009). short film
Discharge Laughter 2009 (TV, 2009) Comic Relief 2009. Candy Marie Candy
Robbie Williams Feat. Pet Shop Boys: She’s Madonna (video 2007). short film
Robbie Williams: Rudebox (video, 2006). short film
Robbie Williams: Sin Sin Sin (video, 2006). short film
Take That. The Ultimate Tour (Video 2006) Take That: The Ultimate Tour. Performer
Robbie Williams: Lovelight (video, 2006). short film
Robbie Williams: Advertising Space (video, 2005). short film
Robbie Williams: Make Me Pure (Video 2005). short film
Robbie Williams: Tripping (Video 2005). short film
Magic Adventure (2005) The Magic Roundabout. Dougal
Robbie Williams: Radio (Video short 2004) short film
Robbie Williams: Misunderstood (Video 2004) short film
Pet (2004) De-Lovely. Musical Performer - ‘It’s De-Lovely’
Robbie Williams: Sexed Up (Video short 2003) short film
Robbie Williams: Something Beautiful (Video short 2003) short film
Robbie Williams: Come Undone (video, 2003). short film
Robbie Williams: Feel (video, 2002). short film
Robbie Williams: Mr. Bojangles (video, 2002). short film
Robbie Williams: I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen (video, 2002). short film
Robbie Williams Feat. Nicole Kidman: Somethin ’Stupid (video 2001). short film
Robbie Williams: The Road to Mandalay (video, 2001). short film
Robbie Williams: Eternity (Video short 2001) short film
Robbie Williams: Let Love Be Your Energy (video 2001). short film
Rob by Nature (video 2001). Lead
Rock DJ (video, 2000). Performer Short
Robbie Williams: It’s Only Us (Video 1999). short film
Robbie Williams: Angels, US Version (video 1999). short film
Robbie Williams: She’s the One (Video 1999). short film
Robbie Williams: Strong (Video 1999) short film
Robbie the Reindeer: The Great Race (TV Movie 1999) Hooves of Fire ... Short
Robbie Williams: No Regrets (Video 1998) James Bond Short
Robbie Williams: Millennium (video 1998). James Bond Short
Robbie Williams: Let Me Entertain You (Video 1998). short film
Robbie Williams: Angels (video 1997). short film
Robbie Williams: South of the Border (video 1997). short film
Robbie Williams: Lazy Days (video 1997). short film
Robbie Williams: Old Before I Die (video 1997). short film
Robbie Williams: Freedom (video 1996). short film
Take That: Back for Good (Video 1995). short film
Take That: Sunday to Saturday (video 1995). short film
Take That: Sure (video, 1994). short film
Take That: Everything Changes (video 1994). short film
Take That: Love Ain’t Here Anymore (video, 1994). short film
Take That: Babe (video, 1993). short film
Take That: Relight My Fire (video, 1993). short film
Take That: Why Can’t I Wake Up with You? (video, 1993). short film
Take That: Pray (video, 1993). short film
Take That: It Only Takes a Minute (video, 1992). short film
Take That: I Found Heaven (video, 1992). short film
Take That: Could It Be Magic (video, 1992). short film
Take That: Once You’ve Tasted Love (video, 1992). short film
Take That: A Million Love Songs (video, 1992). short film
Take That: Promises (video, 1991). short film
Take That: Do What U Like (video, 1991). short film

Composer
Robbie Williams: My Fuck You to You (video, 2018). short film
Robbie Williams: Love My Life (video, 2016). short film
Robbie Williams: Party Like a Russian (video, 2016). short film
Robbie Williams: H.E.S. (video, 2014). short film
Robbie Williams: Shine My Shoes (video, 2014). short film
Robbie Williams: Go Gentle (video 2013). short film
Robbie Williams: Be a Boy (video, 2013). short film
Robbie Williams: Different (video 2012). short film
Robbie Williams: Candy (video 2012). short film
Robbie Williams & Gary Barlow: Shame (video, 2010). short film
Robbie Williams: Morning Sun (Video 2010). short film
Robbie Williams: You Know Me (video, 2009). short film
Robbie Williams: Bodies (video, 2009). short film
Robbie Williams Feat. Pet Shop Boys: She’s Madonna (video 2007). short film
A Close Encounter with Robbie Williams (TV, 2006)
Robbie Williams: Rudebox (video, 2006). short film
Robbie Williams: Sin Sin Sin (video, 2006). short film
Robbie Williams: Advertising Space (video, 2005). short film
Robbie Williams: Make Me Pure (Video 2005). short film
Robbie Williams: Tripping (Video 2005). short film
Robbie Williams: Radio (Video short 2004) short film
Robbie Williams: Misunderstood (Video 2004) short film
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Daily News: Robbie Williams will star in a reality show

The latest news shared by singer Robbie Williams delighted fans. Now you can learn about the life of your favorite idol, almost everything.

Photo by Robbie Williams - the singer shared the news on Instagram - "good morning"

The singer confirmed the news that he and his wife Aida Field intend to star in a reality show and show their family life, so to speak from the inside. In an interview with Robbie Williams, he said: “While this reality show project is in development, there is a certain format, but believe me this will be a real show, which I myself would watch with pleasure on TV.” So far, the developers plan to show in the reality show Robbie Williams, his wife Aidu Field and mother-in-law Gwen Field. Children of Robbie Williams, whom the singer has two (5-year-old Theodora and 3-year-old Charlton) will not take part in the show.

Photo Robbie Williams with his wife and daughter

Aida and Robbie Williams do not hide their personal lives, they often share with fans the latest news that happens in their family. They also both have a page on Instagram. Even the celebrity’s mother-in-law has an Instagram page where she often talks about her star children.

In the photo, the singer with her mother-in-law, who will also take part in a reality show

В прошлом месяце Робби Уильямс уже разместил видео в Инстаграм, где дал понять, как это жить со звездой. Видимо, это был некий пресс-релиз к будущему грандиозному реалити-шоу.

Подписчики Робби Уильямса в Инстаграм уже оценили, как выглядит дом певца (фото). It will not be news for fans that the singer, together with his wife and children, live in two houses. They have a luxurious mansion in Los Angeles and an equally amazing and beautiful house in London, worth 17.5 million pounds (pictured).

The photo shows a luxurious mansion of a star couple

It is still unknown where the shooting of the reality show will take place, as well as the release date of the show. Fans are eagerly awaiting news in the media or Instagram.

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