|Robson Green Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7½ in|
|Date of Birth||December 18, 1964|
Robson Green is an English actor, television personality, angler, singer, songwriter, producer, and presenter who is known for playing Jimmy Powell in the medical drama series Casualty, Geordie Keating in the ITV detective drama series Grantchester, Dr. Tony Hill in the crime drama series Wire in the Blood, Fusilier Dave Tucker in the drama series Soldier Soldier, and Chris in the comedy-drama show Mount Pleasant. Robson Green has also been a part of several other shows like Robson’s Extreme Fishing Challenge, Robson Green’s Wild Swimming Adventure, Strike Back, Robson Green: Extreme Fisherman, Touching Evil, Waterloo Road, The Afternoon Play, Age Before Beauty, Like Father Like Son, The Gambling Man, Close and True, and Take Me. Moreover, he has also been one-half of the English pop duo Robson & Jerome, alongside Jerome Flynn.
Robson Golightly Green
Dilston Hospital, Hexham, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom
Robson Green studied at Dudley Middle Comprehensive School. He left school at the age of 16. After he decided to pursue a career in acting, Green trained under the tutelage of artistic director Max Roberts.
Actor, Television Personality, Angler, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Presenter
- Father – Robson Green (Miner)
- Mother – Anne (Cleaner, Shopkeeper)
- Siblings – Dawn Green (Sister), Joanna Green (Sister)
- Others – Cissie Golightly (Maternal Grandmother)
Robson Green has been signed with CAM, Talent Agency, London, England, United Kingdom.
As a member of Robson & Jerome, he has been signed with –
- RCA Records
5 ft 7½ in or 171.5 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Robson Green has dated –
- Alison Ogilvie (1991-1999) – He was introduced to occupational therapist Alison Ogilvie by his friend, television director Andrew Gunn. On June 22, 1991, the duo married. However, Robson Green and Alison Ogilvie parted ways in 1999 after 8 years of marriage.
- Vanya Seager (1995-2011) – In 1995, he met former Page 3 model Vanya Seager while recording Unchained Melody at BMG Records. The couple eventually started dating and their son, Taylor Seager-Green, was born in 2000. They got married at Cliveden House in Buckinghamshire after a family celebration in Mauritius in 2001. Robson Green’s 2nd marriage also ended as the couple issued a statement on October 30, 2011, that their marriage had “irretrievably broken down”, announcing their separation.
- It was reported in April 2016 that Robson Green had been involved in an affair that subsequently led to the breakdown of a marriage between a vicar and his wife.
Race / Ethnicity
Salt and Pepper
Robson Green Facts
- He was raised in Dudley in Tyne and Wear, England.
- Robson Green decided that he wanted to join the Royal Air Force after getting inspired by jets flying overhead. He joined the Air Training Corps when he was 16 years old but then decided not to pursue a career in the RAF after 2 weeks at an officer training camp.
- In 1982, he formed a band named Solid State.
- He was considered for the role of The Master in Doctor Who (2005) but he turned down the offer.
- The duo Robson & Jerome released its eponymous debut studio album in 1995 and the album became the Christmas number one album of 1995 as well as the biggest-selling album of the year. However, it was included in Q magazine’s list of the “50 worst albums of all time” in 2006.
- Robson Green loves Italian and Thai cuisines.
- He is a supporter of higher taxes on the wealthy and protecting the NHS. He has also said, “I’m proud to be a 50 per cent tax-payer”.
- He is a Newcastle United fan.
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