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Robert Peter Williams (born 13 February 1974) is an English singer, songwriter and actor.
1993 - TT - Best British Single - Could it be Magic 1994 - TT - Best British Single and Video - Pray 1996 - TT - Best British Single - Back for Good 1999 - Best British Male, Single & Video - Angels 2000 - Best British Single and Video - She's the One 2001 - Best British Male, Single & Video - Rock DJ 2002 - Best British Male 2003 - Best British Male 2005 - Best Single in past 25 years - Angles 2010 - Outstanding Contribution All relationship and family history information shown on Fame Chain has been compiled from data in the public domain.
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Williams was born in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. His parents, Janet (née Farrell) and Peter Williams (also known as Pete Conway), ran a pub called the Red Lion in Burslem, before his father became the licensee at the Port Vale FC Social Club; this led to Williams' lifelong affinity for the team.
Although the majority of the band's material was written and performed by Gary Barlow, Williams did perform lead vocals on their first Top Ten hit "Could It Be Magic", "I Found Heaven", and "Everything Changes".
However, he had conflicts with Martin-Smith over the restrictive rules for Take That members, and he began drinking more alcohol and dabbling in cocaine.
Both Orange and Barlow confronted Martin-Smith about the internal conflict, because they did not want him dropping out while touring and before any possible future touring of America, which never took place.
During one of the last rehearsals before the tour commenced, the group confronted Williams about his attitude and stated they wanted to do the tour without him.