Simon Webbe

Simon Solomon Webbe , was born in Moss Side, Mancheste, is an English singer-songwriter, rapper, actor and music manager. He is best known as a member of the British boy band Blue, forming in 2000 before splitting in 2005 and reforming in 2009, selling over 15 million records. Webbe released two solo studio albums in 2005 and 2006, sold over 700,000 records worldwide and had five UK Top 40 singles.

In film career, Simon Webbe co-starred in the romantic-comedy The Truth About Love, directed by John Hay. The film also featured Jennifer Love Hewitt, Dougray Scott and Jimi Mistry. His second acting project was a 2006 British gangster movie, Rollin' with the Nines. The film co-starred Vas Blackwood, Billy Murray, Robbie Gee and was directed by Julian Gilbey.

In 2007, he released a series of educational DVDs for children, entitled "Simon's Web". The six volumes endeavoured to teach children about the internet, its history and uses. In 2008, he participated in British reality television show, I'm a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here! Which he finished in fifth place

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Cast Credits

Tricked (2013)
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The Work Experience (2012)
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All Star Family Fortunes (2006)
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Celebrity MasterChef (2006)
Guest starring as Simon Webbe
I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (2002)
Starring as Simon Webbe (17 episodes)
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (2002)
Guest starring as Blue (2 episodes)
Loose Women (1999)
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The Frank Skinner Show (1995)
Guest starring as Simon Webbe