|Name:||Robert Clarence Irwin|
|Birth Day:||December 1, 2003|
|Birth Place:||Buderim, Australia, Australia|
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Robert Irwin was born on 1 December 2003, the younger of two children and only son of Steve and Terri Irwin. His father died from a stingray injury to the heart while filming an underwater documentary when Robert was two years old. Robert is the grandson of naturalist and animal conservationist Bob Irwin. Robert and his older sister, Bindi, were homeschooled at Australia Zoo. He is a dual citizen of Australia (through his father and birth) and the United States (through his mother). His ancestry is English and abundance of Irish on his father's side.
During a public show on 2 January 2004 when Robert was one month old, Robert's father carried him in his arm while hand-feeding a chicken carcass to a 3.8-metre (12 ft 6 in) saltwater crocodile. Robert was close to the crocodile and the incident sparked comparisons in the press to Michael Jackson's dangling of his son, Prince Michael Jackson II, outside a German hotel window. The incident prompted the Queensland government to change its crocodile-handling laws, banning children and untrained adults from entering crocodile enclosures.
In 2009, Irwin had a cameo appearance in Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove. In 2012, Irwin appeared alongside his mother and sister in a TV series entitled Steve Irwin's Wildlife Warriors, which earned him a 2013 Logie Award nomination for Most Popular New Male Talent. In 2014 and 2015, Irwin co-hosted a TV series named Wild But True on Discovery Kids Channel. The show was later nominated for an International Emmy Kids Award in the factual category in 2016.
In 2013, Irwin released a series of books, titled Dinosaur Hunter, which he co-authored with Lachlan Creag and Jack Wells.
In 2015, he appeared as a guest on British wildlife series Ten Deadliest Snakes in the episode focused on Australia's venomous snakes. He guided presenter Nigel Marven in the billabong of Australia Zoo to look for a red-bellied black snake.
On 16 February 2017, Irwin made his late-night television debut when he appeared on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He presented an African dwarf crocodile, a screaming armadillo, a red-tailed boa, and a sloth to the host Jimmy Fallon. Irwin subsequently went back to appear on The Tonight Show on multiple occasions, showcasing a different selection of animals each time. As of April 2019, Irwin has appeared on the show eleven times. Irwin is also an avid photographer, and is also the leading photography contributor to the Australia Zoo Crikey magazine. He has also embarked upon many photography expeditions around the globe from the savannah of Africa to the mountains of New Zealand, the wilderness of Europe and everywhere in between.
On 6 April 2017, Robert Irwin was invested as a member and ambassador of Scouts Australia, formalising a partnership between the organisation and Australia Zoo. The aim of the partnership is to encourage Australia's young people to become involved with wilderness and conservation.
|#3||Steve Irwin||Father||$10 Million||N/A||44||Reality Star|
|#8||Terri Irwin||Mother||$10 Million||N/A||56||Reality Star|
|#9||Bindi Irwin||Sister||$3 Million||N/A||22||TV Show Host|
Currently, Robert Clarence Irwin is 17 years, 9 months and 22 days old. Robert Clarence Irwin will celebrate 18th birthday on a Wednesday 1st of December 2021. Below we countdown to Robert Clarence Irwin upcoming birthday.
Robert Irwin marks 16th birthday at Australia Zoo
Robert Irwin celebrated his 16th birthday at Australia Zoo on Sunday. The son of late Crocodile Hunter Steve welcomed a fans to the Sunshine Coast park as he marked the special milestone.
Robert Irwin turns 15 years old and celebrates by posing with snake
He's the son of the late wildlife warrior Steve Irwin.
Robert Irwin celebrates his 13th birthday
THERE was cake, crocodiles and dinosaurs galore at Australia Zoo to celebrate Robert Irwin's 13th birthday.