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Robson Green is a TV Actor, and he was born on 18 December - 1964(58 years old) in England. Robson Green zodiac sign is Sagittarius. More detailed information about Robson Green given below.
About Robson Green
English actor who rose to prominence after appearing in BBC's Casualty and later in Soldier Soldier.
He turned down the role of The Master in the television show Doctor Who.
Robson Green before fame
He originally wanted to fly jets and joined the Royal Air Force and Air Training Corps and later formed a band called Solid State.
Achievement of Robson Green
He turned down the part of The Master in the Doctor Who television series.
Net Worth 2020
Robson Green family life
In 2001, he married Vanya Seager, and the couple has a daughter named Taylor.
Associations of Robson Green
In 2000, he co-starred in the ITV miniseries Close and True with Susan Jameson.
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Robson Green Timeline
Robson Golightly Green was born on 18 December 1964 in Dilston Hospital in Hexham, Northumberland, and grew up in Dudley, a small mining village south of Cramlington. His father, also named Robson Green, was a miner, and his mother Anne was a cleaner and shopkeeper. He was named in the Northeast tradition of naming the first son after family surnames: Robson was his paternal grandmotheru0027s maiden name, while his middle name, Golightly, is the surname of his maternal grandmother, Cissie Golightly, daughter of William Golightly, a miner and well-known trade union leader in the 1920s.
Green attended Dudley Middle Comprehensive School. After being inspired by jets flying overhead, he decided he wanted to join the Royal Air Force, and at the age of 16, he joined the Air Training Corps, though he decided against a career in the RAF after two weeks at an officer training camp. He also learned to play the guitar, later forming his first band, Solid State, in 1982. He also spent one night a week at the Backworth Drama Centre, and appeared in a series of productions at both school and Backworth.
Green was introduced to occupational therapist Alison Ogilvie by his close friend, television director Andrew Gunn. They married on 22 June 1991, but separated eight years later. Green met his second wife, former Page 3 model Vanya Seager, while recording "Unchained Melody" at BMG Records in 1995. They later had a son, Taylor Seager-Green (born 2000). In 2001, the couple married at Cliveden House in Buckinghamshire after a family celebration in Mauritius. On 30 October 2011, the couple issued a statement saying that their marriage had "irretrievably broken down" and that they were separating.
In 1995, one episode called for Green and co-star Jerome Flynn to sing "Unchained Melody". Subsequently, ITV was inundated by people wanting to buy the song and the pair were persuaded by Simon Cowell to release it as a single u2013 a double A-side with "White Cliffs of Dover". It stayed at No. 1 for seven weeks in the UK Singles Chart, selling more than 1.8 million copies and making it the best-selling single of the year and winning the duo the Music Week Awards in 1996 for best single and best album. Subsequently, they had two further No. 1 singles and two No. 1 albums, all remakes of standards.In 1995, Green won the Smash Hits Poll Winneru0027s Party award for Favourite TV Actor. In 1997, Green starred in the TV film, The Student Prince which is no relation to either the Romberg operetta or the 1954 MGM film.
The song gave Green the opportunity to sign a long-term deal with ITV to star in several of the networku0027s dramas, including Touching Evil, Grafters and Reckless. In 1996, he set up an independent production company, Coastal Productions, with business partner Sandra Jobling to give youngsters from the North East the opportunities he struggled for. The company has since produced or co-produced most of Greenu0027s television work, as well as local productions at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle upon Tyne. In 2002, Green starred as clinical psychologist Dr. Tony Hill in the crime drama Wire in the Blood.
In July 1998, Green received an honorary degree from the University of Northumbria and, in September 2006, he was voted by the UK general public at No. 35 in a poll of TVu0027s greatest stars.
In 2000, Green starred with James Bolam, Susan Jameson and Jamie Bell in the ITV drama Close and True. In 2001, he starred in the six-part ITV drama Take Me.
In 2002, Green starred with Caroline Goodall in the TV movie Me and Mrs. Jones. In December 2002, he released his first solo album, Moment In Time, which was composed of cover versions (including the song "Me and Mrs. Jones"). However, unlike his releases with Jerome Flynn, the album was a commercial failure, peaking at No. 49 in the UK.
In 2003, Green starred in the ITV mini-series Unconditional Love and in the BBC television series Trust. In 2005, he starred in two series, Like Father Like Son, and Rocket Man in which he played a widower trying to build a rocket to send his dead wifeu0027s ashes into space.
In December 2009, ITV presented the documentary Robson Greenu0027s Wild Swimming Adventure, a tour of swimming locales around the UK.
In 2010 Green had a major role in the television film Joe Maddisonu0027s War. Directed by Patrick Collerton, it presented a view of World War II through the eyes of shipyard workers and World War I veterans who served in the Home Guard during the Blitz.In July 2010, Green began filming the seventh series of BBC drama Waterloo Road appearing from May 2011 to July 2011.
In 2011, Green starred in the third series of the BBC Three show Being Human in which he played a werewolf named McNair.
In 2013 and 2015, Green starred in the fourth and fifth series of the war-drama series Strike Back, as Lt Colonel Philippe Locke, a former SAS operative.In October 2013, Green began presenting Tales from Northumberland with Robson Green on ITV, a factual series about his home county of Northumberland. A second series began airing in February 2015 and a third in February 2016.
Since 2014, he has portrayed Geordie Keating in the ITV drama series Grantchester, starring alongside James Norton and later Tom Brittney. A second series began in March 2016 and a third in April 2017.
In March 2016, during an appearance on The One Show, Green confirmed he would present a new series for ITV called Tales from the Coast with Robson Green, which began airing in January 2017. In April 2016, he presented a one-off documentary The Flying Scotsman with Robson Green. He also presented a one-off documentary Robson Crusoe: A Surprising Adventure and a six-part series called Robson Greenu0027s Coastal Lives, both for ITV.
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Robson Green was born on 18 December, 1964.
Robson Green is from Northumberland - England.
Robson Green is 58 year old.
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