Roger attended the same school with Who bandmates, Pete Townsend and John Entwistle.
Roger has three children: Rosie, Wilow, and Jaime with Heather Taylor.
Roger and Swedish model Elisabeth Aronsson have a son named Mathias who was born in 1967.
Roger was ranked #53 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.
Roger can play the flute, harmonica, tambourine, and guitar. Occasionally, he performed guitar with The Who.
Roger is 5' 7" tall.
Roger has appeared in stage productions of The Wizard of Oz and A Christmas Carol.
Roger's trademark is swinging the microphone by the chord during a concert performance.
Roger has made 60 television appearances as himself.
Roger has appeared in a film as himself 63 times.
Roger has been the lead singer of the rock band, The Who, since 1959. The band was called The Detours at that time.
Roger has appeared in 38 major motion pictures.
Roger has produced 4 films.
Roger married Heather Taylor on July 19, 1971.
Roger was married to Jacqueline "Jackie" Rickman from 1964 to 1968 and they have one child.
Roger has released 8 solo albums during his career.
Roger dropped out of school and was a sheet metal worker while he was working on his career in the music industry.
Roger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with the other members of The Who, in 1990.
Roger Daltrey: I don't have any illusions anymore. The illusion that rock 'n' roll could change anything - I don't believe that. I've changed. Who would have ever thought that I'd end up saying that I want to be an all-around entertainer? But that's what I want to be.
Roger Daltrey: You know, I was a school rebel. Whatever they said do, I didn't do. I was totally anti-everything. I was a right bastard, a right hard nut. I just totally closed the doors to ever wanting to know what they had to teach me. Rock & roll was the only thing I wanted to get into.
Roger Daltrey (On The Who's performance at Woodstock): It was the worst gig we ever played.
Roger Daltrey: Of course, chicks keep popping up. When you're in a hotel, a pretty young lady makes life bearable.