Robbie Williams родился 13 Февраля 1974 года. Он был рожден в городе Сток-он-Трент. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе London, Великобритания. Robbie придерживается умеренных политических взглядов. На вопрос о религии он указал: "God".
Скрытые друзья пользователя:
Скрытые друзья еще не проверялись.
Вот, что рассказывает Robbie о себе:
My collaborations in newspapers: "One of his most famous collaborations was on "Kids", a duet with Australian pop superstar Kylie Minogue. The single peaked at number 2 on the UK singles charts. In 2002, Williams appeared on the track, "My Culture" (which features lyrics from the hidden track "Hello Sir" from The Ego Has Landed), on the 1 Giant Leap album, alongside Maxi Jazz. Williams also features on a double CD titled "Concrete" which was released on the same day as "Rudebox". The CD features a concert recorded for the BBC featuring the Pet Shop Boys and Williams singing their classic hit "Jealousy". Their joint effort, "She's Madonna", was released as a single in March 2007. On August 13, 2007, a Dean Martin duets album was released, on which Williams sings "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone"." Something about my charity: "Robbie Williams created a charity with the aid of Comic Relief that is set up in his home town entitled Give It Sum, with its goal being to "improve local conditions and strengthen community life by giving money to those who are disadvantaged." Williams, with the help of friend Jonathan Wilkes, recently organised a charity football match in an attempt to raise funds in Africa. This match was played in May 2006 at Old Trafford, Manchester. The participants were a mixture of celebrities and professional football players. Robbie Williams has also been the Patron of the children's charity the Donna Louise Trust based in his home town of Stoke-on-Trent, for the last 8 years. The charity offers respite and palliative care to terminally ill and life limited children who are not expected to live past the age of 16. Robbie Williams also works as a national ambassador for UNICEF." About my lifestyle: "Williams is currently spending most of his time in Los Angeles, California. He has commented many times on how he enjoys the freedom and privacy that he can't find in the UK. Despite this, many rumours have surfaced over the years suggesting he wants to return to the UK. Williams himself has never publicly spoken of these rumours. Williams appears to struggle with depression, insecurity, and self-loathing. When beginning his solo career, pressure from critics led him to alcohol and drug use. He has admitted to trying heroin and labelled it "the devil's drug". He entered a rehabilitation centre in Tucson, Arizona, US on February 13, 2007 for addiction to the anti-depressant Seroxat. He left the centre on March 7 according to his official website. In his fly-on-the-wall documentary Nobody Someday (2001) he repeatedly mocked his flamboyant behaviour on stage and felt that the persona and 'brand' of Robbie Williams Popstar was a fake that he increasingly felt uncomfortable with. In more recent documentaries he yearns to become a credible artist in the eyes of the serious music press. In 2006 he appeared in "The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive", a BBC documentary on bipolar disorder, hosted by Stephen Fry, where he spoke publicly about his own experiences with depression. However, he said that the manic behaviour shown on stage was simply an act, saying he'd been diagnosed as being "dead upset" and started taking anti-depressants 10 months after becoming sober.