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Robin Cousins Biography

Robin Cousins

Facts of Robin Cousins

Date of Birth: 1957 , August-17
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Height: 6 Feet
Name Beth Mowins
Birth Name Beth Mowins
Nick Name Beth
Father John Walsh
Mother Marc K. Wallack
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Syracuse, New York
Ethnicity White
Profession Announcer
Net Worth Unknown
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Body Measurements 36-26-36
Breast Size 34B
Waist size 26
Hip Size 36
Shoe Size 9.5
Weight in KG Unknown
Famous for Journalist
Married Unknown
Married to Erik Stevens
Children N/A
Divorce N/A
Working For Television
Face Color White
Education Lafayette College, Syracuse University
Online Presence Wiki, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
TV Show ESPN and CBS
Siblings Kelly Newman
Salary N/A
Awards Not Yet
Religion Christian
Boyfriend Erik Stevens

Quick Timeline of Robin Cousins

1957 Born in Bristol, England
1966 First stepped into the ice
1969 Won his first national title
1977 Ripped off his left knee
1980 Won 1980 Olympic champion
1980 Announced his retirement
1983 Formed his own ice skating performance company
2006 Appeared as the head judge in ITV's Dancing on Ice

Detail Timeline of Robin Cousins

August 17 , 1957

Born in Bristol, England

Six feet tall, Robin was born as Robin Cousins in Bristol, England, United Kingdom to Fred Cousins and Jo Cousins. He was raised in middle class family along with his brothers Fred and Martin. He is British and is of white ethnicity.

1966

First stepped into the ice

At the age of 9 when Robin was on holiday in Bournemouth, he stepped onto the ice at the Westover Road Ice Rink. He was completely fascinated by this experience and he urged his father to have a lesson on ice skating. 

1969

Won his first national title

After learning on ice for about two years, he took part in the national competition and won his first national title when he was just 12. Two years later, he won the Britain's junior championship and played his first international game that year.

1977

Ripped off his left knee

From 1971 to 1977, he appeared in several national and international championships. After being the national senior champion for the four consecutive years, he ripped off his left knee while he was in 1977 World Championships. That was a serious injury.

1980

Won 1980 Olympic champion

He also has a successful year in 1978. From 1978 to 1980, he became the World Champion for three different times. He became the gold medalist in the 1980 Winter Olympic Games. He also won the gold medal in the the 1980 European championship.

1980

Announced his retirement

After being the 1980 Olympic champion and the 1980 European champion, he announced his retirement as a competitive figure skater in 1980. Though he played as a competitive figure skater for short period of time, he has claimed several major awards and trophies in his life. 

1983

Formed his own ice skating performance company

After he announced his retirement from being a competitive figure skater, he began appearing in several shows and stages. In 1983, he founded the ice skating Performance Company and began touring all over the world.

2006

Appeared as the head judge in ITV's Dancing on Ice

Robin Cousins has appeared in several stage and game shows. Since 2006, he began appearing as the head judge in ITV’s Dancing on Ice. He is also known for his appearance in the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

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Robin Cousins has been defending his personal matters and it is completely unknown to the media. He was rumored to be a gay for a long time, which he revealed while in a candid interview with Daily Mail back in 2012. He revealed that he is a married man. He is married to a man whose identity is yet to be revealed in around 2007.

At the age of 9 when Robin Cousins was on holiday in Bournemouth, he stepped onto the ice at the Westover Road Ice Rink. He was completely fascinated by this experience and he urged his father to let him have a lesson on ice skating. After taking ice skating classes for two years, he then took part in the national competition and won his first national title when he was just 12.

In 1969, he won Britain's junior championship and played his first international game that year. Robin represented the United Kingdom for eight years as an amateur figure skater and also won the British National Senior Championships for four consecutive years (1997,78,79,80). He won both European Championships and the Winter Olympic Games held in Lake Placid, New York in 1980. 

The same year he reached the pinnacle of his amateur career by winning European Champions and the Winter Olympic Games, he became professional. He won the World Professional Men's Figure Skating Championship twice, in 1985 and in 1987, and became the World Professional singles medalist for four times (1986, 1990, 1991, 1992).

After he turned professional in 1980, he started appearing in several professional skating shows like Holiday on Ice and Ice Capades. In 1993 Robin formed his own skating performance company, which toured the world with professional ice shows Electric Ice and Ice Majesty. He has also appeared, produced, directed and choreographed several International TV-ice shows such as The Nutcracker: A Fantasy on Ice, Sleeping Beauty on Ice, The Wizard of Oz on Ice, Toy Story on Ice, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Starlight Express on Ice, Holiday on Ice, and the movie The Cutting Edge.

Robin has several sources of income, as a professional figure skater and his shows, however, the exact figure of his net worth is yet to be revealed.