Robert Smith is a singer, songwriter and musician from England. He is also best known as the lead vocalist, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, primary composer and sole permanent member of the Cure, a rock band he co-founded in 1976.
|Real name||Robert Smith|
|date of birth||April 21, 1958|
|Age||65 years old|
|Birth place||Blackpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom|
|Height||5 feet 10 inches|
|Hair color||Dark brown|
|Netto value||25 million dollars|
Age and Early Life of Robert Smith
Robert Smith was born on 21 April 1959 in Blackpool, Lancashire, England, aged (59). He is the son of (father) Alex Smith and (mother) Rita Smith. Richard Smith, Margaret Smith and Janet Thompson are his three siblings. Since his family moved from place to place, he grew up in many places. He has British citizenship and is of mixed (Anglo-Irish) descent. Taurus is his astrological sign.
Regarding his education, he attended the Elementary School of St. He then went to Notre Dame High School. Smith also went to St. Wilfrid’s Comprehensive School. He finished high school in 1977.
Robert Smith Height and Weight
In terms of body measurements, Robert Smith is 5 feet 10 inches tall. He also weighs 80 kg. His hair is dark brown and his eyes are green.
Robert Smith Net Worth
How much is Robert Smith’s net worth? There is no information about his income and benefits. As of August 2023, his net worth is estimated at $25 million.
When it comes to his work, Robert Smith’s career began at the age of 14 when he joined the high school band ‘The Crawley Goat Band’ which also included his brother Richard, sister Janet and a few of his friends. In 1976 he formed the band Easy Cure’ with Laurence Tolhurst, Pearl Thompson and Michael Dempsey, with Smith as one of the composers and singers. With the departure of Pearl Thompson, the band was renamed ‘The Cure’ in 1978.
Similarly, the band released the songs ‘Killing an Arab’ and ’10:15 Saturday Night’ in 1978 and 1979. In fact, their first album, ‘Three Imaginary Boys’ was also released. He also embarked on a UK tour with Steve Severino of ‘Siouxsie and the Banshees’ in 1979 to promote their second album, ‘Join Hands’. Michael Dempsey left the band in 1980, and was joined by Simon Gallup, bass guitarist, and Matthieu Hartly, keyboardist. From July 1982 to February 1985, he was responsible for the entire recording process of ‘The Cure’. Similarly, in 1984, Smith released his solo album ‘The Top’, on which he performed all instruments except drums. He also recorded new albums with The Cure during the new decade. Among them are ‘Bloodflowers’ (2000), ‘The Cure’ (2004) and ‘4:13 Dream’ (2008).
Robert Smith Wife and Marriage
Who is Robert Smith’s wife? Robert Smith is the husband. In 1988, he married Mary Poole, whom he met in St. Wilfrid when he was 14 years old. He dedicated his song ‘Love Song’ to Mary as a wedding gift. They both decided not to have children.