Chris Heath

Robbie Williams is a singer, songwriter and entertainer. Robbie started out in his teens as a member of the hugely popular Take That, before leaving to launch a solo career, and is now one of the best-selling artists of all time, with more than 75 million records sold. In 2010, he rejoined Take That for a short time to launch a new album, Progress, which became the second fastest-selling album in UK chart history. With a record 18 Brit awards, including the Outstanding Contribution to Music award and a Brit Icon award, Robbie has had a lasting affect on British pop culture, and has been crowned the No. 1 British solo artist of all time.

Chris Heath is a bestselling and award-winning author, writing the Pet Shop Boys' Literally, as well as Robbie Williams's previous biography, Feel. After starting out as contributor to the music magazine Smash Hits, Chris became a writer for Details, Rolling Stone, the Telegraph, the Sunday Times and, most recently, American GQ, interviewing politicians and celebrities to great acclaim. In 2013, he won a National Magazine Award for Reporting.