Robin Windsor Cause of Death And Obituary

A professional dancer, Robin Windsor, has died at the age of 44. He was a former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer. He joined the BBC competition in 2010 and participated in four series until 2013. Due to a slipped disc, he was paralyzed for four days, and then he was ultimately forced to step down.

He eventually made a remarkable return for what would become the show’s first-ever same-sex dance, which he performed alongside Aljaz Skorjanec in 2014.

Windsor’s celebrity partners during his time on the show included Patsy Kensit, former Anita Dobson (EastEnders star), Lisa Riley, and Dragon’s Deborah Meaden. His highest placing came with actor Riley when the pair finished fifth in 2012.

He has performed well with DJ Sara Cox, This Morning’s Alison Hammond, as well as Susanna Reid for a large number of Strictly Christmas specials. 

His death was first announced by the dance company he helped found, Burn the Floor (BTF), who said the dancer had “tragically passed away.” Burn the Floor is one of the leading ballroom-based shows in the world. Robin has danced for 20 years with BTF, including Broadway, the West End, and all the crazy adventures they did together.

BTF has also appreciated Robin’s talent, attitude, energy, and personality, which helped BTF create its reputation.

Robin’s fellow ex-Strictly professional, James Jordan, also paid tribute to the figure and called him his “old friend.” He also said that during his time with Strictly, Robin has also performed with his fellow professional, Kristina Rihanoff, with whom he continued his partnership with Burn the Floor. Jordan also mentioned that Robin had been suffering from a slipped disc while he was dancing, and the long-term issue ended up with permanent nerve damage, and he came to a chair.

About his life    

Robbin was born in Ipswich and then moved to London at the age of 15 to pursue his career in dancing. He used to describe himself as “the real-life Billy Elliot” who specialized in ballroom and Latin and went on to compete at the highest level globally. With considerable success, he has also represented England in numerous world championships.

He also appeared on stage for the Moulin Rouge tribute show Come What May. Sisco Entertainment, which represented Windsor in various areas of theatre and corporate entertainment, described his work as “an embodiment of passion, grace and sheer talent. His extraordinary ability to express emotion through movement captivated audiences, leaving them spellbound with every step.

As well as dancing, Windsor was known for his charity work, raising awareness for male cancer and LGBTQ+ equality. He also took part in the Greater Manchester Police’s campaign against domestic violence and, in 2013, hosted an auction raising money for HIV charities.

Windsor was previously in relationships with Davide Cini and Marcus Collins, the latter of whom featured on the ITV reality competition The X Factor in 2011, mentored by Gary Barlow. The couple appeared on the cover of Gay Times together in 2014.

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