Robbie was made a UK UNICEF Ambassador in 2000.
At the beginning of June 1997, Rob checked himself into Clouds House Drink and Drugs Rehabilitation Clinic in Salisbury, Wilstshire to undego treatment for his addiction to alcohol and drugs.
Robbie Williams will be fined $117 for smoking at his concert in Brisbane, Australia, but he won't have to pay up because The leader of Australia's Queensland state will personally stump up the cash, arguing that Williams was a guest of the state who had brought a lot of business into Queensland and it was a low-level offence.
Robbie is planning to spend a staggering $1.5 million on an indoor soccer pitch, so he can play the game in private with pals.
Not only did Robbie Williams win worst album in 2003 at the NME Awards, he also won worst single for Feel and worst villian. This was the second time he was named worst villian (the first was 2001). Sadly these were not the first awards he had won. He also won Dickhead of the Year in 2000. He then won the 2007 NME Award for the worst album of the year, Rudebox.
Robbie Williams was about to be dropped by the Record Company in 1997 because all of his hits so far hadn't gone well on the charts. They decided to give him one last chance with his single 'Angels'. Lucky for Robbie this last chance payed off.
Robbie's song "Advertising Space" was written about the late and great Elvis Presley.
Musical Discography: Rudebox (2006), 17 tracks, including bonus UK track.
Robbie Williams cancelled some of his European shows in his Close Encounter Tour because of stress and over working.
Robbie joined Take That! when he was just 16. He was a member for 5 years. He left the band when he was 21.
Musical Discography: The Ego Has Landed (1999), 12 tracks.
Robbie is competing in Soccer Aid to raise money for children.
Robbie Williams appeared as a guest star on the a mexican night show called "Otro Rollo", there he was interviewed and song some songs.
Robbie has signed up to be the face of clothes range Gio-Goi.
Robbie entered the Guinness Book of World Records by selling more than 1.6 million tickets in just one day.
He has supported the Port Vale soccer club from childhood.
On November 23, 2005, Robbie bought a personalized $14.4 million luxury yacht to escape the limelight.
Robbie is such a huge fan of The X Factor that the producers send him tapes of the show.
Robbie's father's name is Peter, his mother's name is Janet and his sister's name is Sally.
As of 2006, Robbie is 6'1" (185.42 cm) tall.
Take That! won Best British Single at the Brit Awards for "Could It Be Magic" (1993), "Pray" (1994) and "Back For Good" (1996).
Robbie won Best British Single at the Brit Awards for "Angels" (1999), "She's The One" (2000) and "Rock DJ" (2001).
Robbie won Best Male Artist at the Brit Awards in 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005.
On the 10th Febuary 2005, Robbie won best song of the past 25 years for his ballad "Angels" at the Brit Awards, beating other anthems such as "We Are The Champions" by Queen.
Robbie has released 5 music DVD's including The Robbie Williams Show (2003), What We Did Last Summer (2004) and Tripping (2005).
Musical discovery: Intensive Care (2005), 12 tracks
Musical discovery: Escapology (2003), 14 tracks
Musical discovery: Swing When You're Winning (2001), 15 tracks
Musical discovery: Sing When You're Winning (2000), 12 tracks
Musical discovery: I've Been Expecting You (1998), 13 tracks
Musical discovery: Life Thru a Lens (1997), 11 tracks
Robbie: (on the re-formed band Take That) I'm really proud. I love their new album The Circus too - I haven't stopped listening to it. I'd love to be in the band again but I've got some unfinished business of my own to do first.
Robbie: (revealing the extent of his drug paranoia earlier in his life when he was just 16) When I got home American footballs were coming out of the TV. So I decided to go downstairs and stab myself. Mum came out of her room and said, 'What are you doing?'; I said 'I'm just going downstairs to stab myself - do you want a cup of tea?'
Robbie: I'm not here to be entertained tonight, they are. The most important thing to me is that they're going to go home really happy and inspired. That's what my job is.
Robbie: I've never seen anything like this in my life... and I don't think Britain will see anything like this for a long time to come.
Robbie: I don't want people to feel self-conscious at my shows... I think that's why they've encouraged to lose your cool and be a part of it.
Robbie: They should expect that every night I turn up and get on stage. They should know I'm doing my best. I want them to know that it's not easy as I make it look. I want them to know that, yeah, it's really scary - thanks for coming...
Robbie: The bits I really enjoyed about the first Robbie Williams tour was where I'd just talk to the audience and be irreverent and funny and honest and sentimental.
Robbie: I want you to remember something for me. This is Robbie Williams. I'm a singer. I'm a songwriter. I'm a born Entertainer.
Robbie: I couldn't live without my music, man. Or me mum.
Robbie: I live alone, and it's good. I stick on a video, watch telly. I am a bit lonely sometimes, but I laugh at my own jokes and dance around by myself when I'm making something to eat. I'd like to do a bit more reading maybe. I've tried, but somehow I just can't get into that book thing yet.
Robbie: I feel like I'm always having to justify why I haven't kept in touch with anyone from the old days in Stoke-on-Trent, but I'm like that with anybody. I don't let anybody in. I just rely on myself.
Robbie: I don't have anything that I treasure at all. They're just things. I tend to buy an awful lot of stuff, like clothes and things. But I wouldn't be bothered if my house burns down tomorrow.
Robbie: As a 29-year-old, the only thing that I can possibly think is that if I'm still performing at 50, it's because I'll have had disastrous marriages and I have to pay for them.
Robbie: An awful lot of gay pop stars pretend to be straight. I'm going to start a movement of straight pop stars pretending to be gay.