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Robbie Williams

(1974-), Singer; member of Take That

Sitter in 4 portraits
Pop Singer. Born in Stoke-On-Trent, Williams became the youngest member of the band Take That at the age of sixteen, recording a string of number one singles such as Pray (1993) and Relight My Fire (1993). He left the band in 1995 to pursue a solo career, and since then has released more than nine albums. The single Angels, from his first album Life Thru A Lens, was released in December 1997 and spent ten months in the singles chart. It was named as the nation's favourite song of the last quarter century at the 2005 Brit Awards. Williams has won fifteen Brit awards, including four with Take That.

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Robbie Williams, by Trevor Ray Hart - NPG x87127

Robbie Williams

by Trevor Ray Hart
C-type colour print, 14 July 1996
NPG x87127

Robbie Williams, by Hamish Brown - NPG x87829

Robbie Williams

by Hamish Brown
bromide fibre print, 1998
NPG x87829

Robbie Williams, by Fergus Greer - NPG x128185

Robbie Williams

by Fergus Greer
C-type colour print, 2005
NPG x128185

'Take That' (Gary Barlow; Howard Donald; Jason Orange; Mark Owen; Robbie Williams), by Nadav Kander - NPG x134921

'Take That' (Gary Barlow; Howard Donald; Jason Orange; Mark Owen; Robbie Williams)

by Nadav Kander
archival pigment print, 2010
On display in Room 38A at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x134921


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