Wade Robson Biography – Wade Robson Wiki
Wade Robson born Wade Jeremy William Robson, is an Australian dancer, agent, musician, and choreographer. He was born on September 17, 1982 in Brisbane, Australia.
He began performing as a dancer at the age of five. Age nine, Robson moved to the United States with his mother and sisters. Michael Jackson assisted them in the move and recruited Robson to appear in three music videos: “Black or White,” “Jam,” and “Heal the World.”
He was the host and executive producer for The Wade Robson Project which aired on MTV in 2003. In 2007, he joined the Fox television dance series So You Think You Can Dance as both a judge and choreographer. He also directed music videos and world tours for numerous music artists such as NSYNC and Britney Spears.
Wade and his wife Amanda Robson with the assistance of Hawai’i Community Foundation, created the Robson Family Fund, a charitable fund dedicated to supporting the healing and prevention of child abuse.
Wade Robson Age
He was born on September 17, 1982 in Brisbane, Australia.
Wade Robson Wife – Wade Robson Married
Wade Robson is married. He has been married to former fashion designer, Amanda Rodriguez since 2005. They tied the knot on August 13, 2005. The pair have one son, Koa Robson.
Amanda Rodriguez is an actress, known for The Richmond Family Massacre (2009), The Strip (2002) and So You Think You Can Dance (2005). She has been married to Wade Robson since August 2005.
Wade Robson Children
Robson and his wife Amanda Rodriguez have one child, a son named Koa Dennis Takeo Robson, who was born on November 10, 2010.
Wade Robson Family
Wade was born to Dennis Robson (father) and Joy Robson (mother). Wade’s dad, Dennis, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and committed suicide in 2002. He has a sister Chantal Robson, who is also a choreographer.
Wade Robson Siblings – Wade Robson Brother
Wade has a brother Shane Robson and a sister Chantal Robson. Wade and his siblings were raised in a middle-class suburb of Brisbane, Australia.
Wade Robson Height
He stands at a height of 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m).
Wade Robson Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2.0 million.
Wade Robson Nationality
He is of Australian nationality.
Wade Robson and Michael Jackson
Robson claims he was molested at Neverland Ranch by Michael Jackson when he was seven. He says the abuse went on for seven years, and alleges two Jackson firms were used to lure kids.
His lawyer Vince Finaldi said guests were ferried to the ranch in limos, given plane tickets and had food and accommodation paid for.
Robson denied he was abused in the King of Pop’s 2005 molestation trial but is now suing the firms in California.
Robson claims that Michael Jackson ran the most sophisticated child abuse operation the world has ever known.
He previously filed a lawsuit against Jackson’s estate in 2016 asking for $1.62 billion in damages.
Leaving Neverland Documentary
The documentary Leaving Neverland aired on HBO in two parts on March 3 and 4. In the documentary, Wade Robson and James Safechuck recount their relationships with Michael Jackson and accuse him of sexually abusing them when they were children.
In the documentary, Robson recounts becoming interested in dance when he was five years old and first saw Jackson’s “Thriller” video.
Wade Robson Film – What Movie did Wade Robson Direct
According to The Los Angeles Times, Robson was planning to direct the movie Step Up 4 in 2011, but had what he now refers to as “a nervous breakdown.” Robson told The LA Times: “Dance and film all got painted black for me, because it was all so connected with Michael. So yeah, I quit all of it and I tried to bury it all alive and I swore I’d never dance or make music or make films ever again. I threw a smoke bomb and moved to Hawaii. ‘Agents, managers, don’t call me. I’m done.”
Wade Robson Gay
Robson said in an interview, “I was very confused early on, wondering, am I gay? I felt a lot of sexual attraction to women, but I always had that question. Then, later, I was trying to prove my heterosexuality to myself. I was very promiscuous, trying to make sure that I was ‘normal’.”