18 Facts About Robin Windsor


Robin Windsor was born on 15 September 1979 and is a British professional Latin and Ballroom dancer, best known for his appearances in the BBC television series Strictly Come Dancing.


Robin Windsor attended Clifford Road Primary and Copleston High School.


Robin Windsor has been dancing since he was three, when his parents took him to the Ipswich School of Dancing.


At age 15, Robin Windsor moved to London to pursue his career as a dancer.


Robin Windsor lived in London with his partner Davide Cini, to whom he had announced his engagement on 21 August 2013.


In January 2013 Robin Windsor was on the cover of Gay Times and again in 2014 with Marcus Collins.


Robin Windsor competed successfully in the juvenile and junior ballroom dancer categories.


From 2003 to summer 2010, Robin Windsor was part of the cast of Burn the Floor, one of the leading ballroom-based shows in the world.


From Broadway Robin Windsor's abilities took him to Dancing with the Stars Australia and So You Think You Can Dance in Holland.


Robin Windsor was asked to assist in the choreography for the Australian version of So You Think You Can Dance.


In 2012 Robin Windsor starred in Dance To The Music Tour along with his professional partner Kristina Rihanoff, fellow Pro Dancer from Strictly Come Dancing Artem Chigvintsev and Kara Tointon who won the Strictly Glitter Ball in 2010.


In 2013 from 6 March to 30 June 2013 Robin Windsor returned to headline Burn the Floor along with his professional partner Kristina Rihanoff, a hugely successful run in the heart of London's West End at the Shaftesbury Theatre.


Together with fellow SCD dancer Artem Chigvintsev, Robin Windsor posed for the Cosmopolitan December 2010 Centerfold Raising Awareness for Male Cancer.


In September 2010, Robin Windsor joined the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing as one of the three new male professional dancers.


On 17 December 2010, Robin Windsor won the Grand Piano Pro Challenge on Strictly Come Dancing's sister programme It Takes Two with 3548 points in front of Brendan Cole and Natalie Lowe.


Dobson therefore rehearsed and danced the Cha Cha Cha and the Swingathon with Brendan Cole Robin Windsor won this year's Children in need special and was partnered with BBC Breakfast's Susanna Reid.


Robin Windsor enjoyed his most successful series of Strictly to date in 2012 when he reached the semi-final dancing with actress Lisa Riley.


In June 2013, Robin Windsor confirmed his return as one of the male professional dancers for the eleventh series of the show.