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Gary Barlow 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: January 20, 1971 (age 50 years), Frodsham, United Kingdom
Spouse: Dawn Andrews (m. 2000)
Children: Daisy Barlow, Daniel Barlow, Emily Barlow
Music group: Take That
Celebrated NameGary Barlow
Birth NameGary Barlow
Place Of BirthFrodsham
Famous ForThe lead singer of the British pop group, Take That.
DaughterEmily and Daisy (Poppy was stillborn)
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight150 lbs (68 kg)
Hair ColorLight Brown
Source of Wealthentertainment industry (singing, songwriting, producing, acting)
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In 2000, Barlow married Dawn Andrews, who was a dancer on Take That’s 1995 Nobody Else Tour.
They have three children: Daniel (born 2000), Emily (born 2002), and Daisy (born 2009).
On 4 August 2012, he revealed that their daughter, Poppy, was stillborn.
He released a short statement reading, “Dawn and I are devastated to announce that we’ve lost our baby.
Our focus now is giving [Poppy] a beautiful funeral and loving our three children with all our hearts.
We’d ask at this painful time that our privacy be respected.”
Despite the loss of his daughter one week previously, Barlow performed at the London 2012 Olympic Games Closing Ceremony singing the hit “Rule the World”, which drew praise internationally for the strength and determination of Barlow to take to the stage so soon after his tragedy.
Owing to the bereavement, it was announced that Barlow would not attend the X Factor press launch.
In his autobiography My Take, Barlow revealed that he is a supporter of Liverpool FC, with their anthem “You’ll Never Walk Alone” being one of the first songs he learned to play on the piano.
He is also a supporter of the Warrington Wolves and the New York Knicks.
Barlow also mentioned in his autobiography that he was on the Edgware Road tube train that was one of the targets of the 7 July 2005 London bombings.
In 2009, Barlow named “Don’t Give Up”, the 1986 duet between Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush, as the song that had most inspired him.
He said, “I don’t think you can listen to this song without feeling inspired, it could save anybody. The lyrics are so inspirational.
Specifically I was having a very low moment in the 1990s and the song came on the radio.
There have only been a very few times when I’ve had to pull the car over to listen to a song; this was one of them.”
The lead singer of Take That from 1991 onwards, Gary Barlow has since embarked on a successful solo career, and has written many songs for other artists along the way.
He is back in 2020 with his brand new album Music Played By Humans, his first solo release since 2013.
Gary Barlow was born on January 20, 1971. He celebrated his 49th birthday in 2020.
He was born in Frodsham, Cheshire. He is the second son of father Colin (died 2009) and Marjorie (née Cowan).
In 2000, Gary married girlfriend Dawn Andrews, who was a dancer on Take That’s 1995 Nobody Else Tour.
They have three children together: Daniel (born 2000), Emily (born 2002), and Daisy (born 2009).
In August 2012, Gary announced that their daughter, Poppy, was stillborn. He stated: “Dawn and I are devastated to announce that we’ve lost our baby. Our focus now is giving [Poppy] a beautiful funeral and loving our three children with all our hearts.”
Gary Barlow is 5ft 7 ½ (171.5 cm).
He once said that he’d “love to be taller”.
In 1986, when Gary was 15 years old, he entered a Pebble Mill at One Christmas song competition with ‘Let’s Pray for Christmas’.
After reaching the semi-finals, he was invited to London’s West Heath Studios to record his song.
This inspired him to perform on the northern club circuit, singing cover versions and his own songs.
He was soon spotted by agent Nigel Martin-Smith, who wanted to use Gary as the frontman for a new boyband he was putting together.