Singer Robbie Williams is a singer and songwriter and occasionally is an actor but is a greater commercial success as a solo song artist. He is a member of the popular English boy band Take That but is more popular as a solo artist. William’s popularity started to rise in the early 90s during the band’s popularity, but ultimately left the group in 1995 after many disagreements with other members and with management of the band. He got into a solo career and got fame and popularity as a solo artist.
Williams rejoined his boy band group in mid 2010 and together they released another album which became a fast seller in UK. Robbie Williams, as a solo artist, has sold over 70 million records worldwide and also considered as the best selling solo artist in the UK and honored with many awards including the UK Music Hall of Fame. Williams is married to actress Ayda Field and recently his wife delivered their first baby. Williams announced the birth of his baby girl in London which the couple named the baby Theodora Rose, and affectionately called Teddy.
Robbie Williams is known as a controversial person and also as the “bad boy superstar” with many controversies surrounding his personality. There are even news that he faked his own death, with some saying that these were meant to get attention and more popularity. Through all these, Williams remained as popular as ever as a rock artist, with his highly charged pop rock songs which are adored by many people.