Birthday: 15-08-1970
Age: 48
Star sign: Virgo

Bob Golding also known as Robert John Bob Golding was born on 15th of August in the year 1970 in Cambridge in the United Kingdom is an actor in Hollywood. From the year 1986 to 1989, he has studied at North Hertfordshire College.

Bob Golding is a well-known actor, popular for his movies like Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon which was released in the year 2003, Tweenies in the year 1999. He has also worked in Children TV series named “Tweenies” and given his voices to Max and Milo. This show also won BAFTA in the year 2000 in the category of Best pre-school live action. He has also worked in “The Beeps” which was telecast on the channel named “ Five” in the year 2007 and 2008. He has also worked in “The Slammer” which was telecast on the channel named “CBBC” which is a BBC’s channel for children.

Other than this, he has also appeared in Watson & Oliver, Diddy TV and Dick and Dom's Diddy Movies. He has also appeared in comedy show of Peter Kay. In the year 2013, he gave his voice to “Thomas and Friends.” When we come to the stage, Golding appeared at the UK premiere of Wasp by Steve Martin, Eight Miles High, Only the Lonely, West End, and much more. Golding played “Eric Morecambe” in “Morecambe” which is a one-man show. On 7th of December in the year 2009, he has appeared on Royal Variety Performance held at Opera House Theater. Bob has also acted in many movies.

Some of these are Aladdin which was released in the year 2012, Cinderella in the year 2013, Jack and the Beanstalk in the year 2014, and much more. In August in the year 2010, Golding appeared as a guest presenter on Dave Gorman’s show named Absolute Radio for around five weeks because the regular presenter of the show named “Martin White” was busy in performing at “Edinburgh Festival Fringe.”

Golding has his rhythm and blues band named “The Guild of Thieves.” Apart from all this, Bob Golding has also won many Awards in his career. He has won Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Along with this, he has also won “WhatsOnStage” Award in the category of Best Solo Performance. He has won Laurence Oliver Award in the year 2010 for the one man show named “Morecambe” in which he played the role of “Eric Morecambe.” This show has won the award for Best Entertainment.