Robert Rinder Biography
Robert Rinder whose full name is Robert Michael Rinder is a British criminal barrister and television personality. In 2014, while still a practicing barrister, he began hosting the reality courtroom series, Judge Rinder. In 2019, he also began hosting the Channel 4 series The Rob Rinder Verdict.
Robert Rinder Age
Rinder is 43 years old as of 2021. He was born on 31 May 1978 in Westminster, London, England. He celebrates his birthday on 31st May every year.
Robert Rinder Height
Rinder stands at a height of 1.73 m.
Robert Rinder Family -Angela Cohen
Rinder was born to a Jewish family in London on May 31, 1978; his mother is Angela Cohen, chair of the 45 Aid Society. He grew up in the Southgate neighborhood of London.
Robert Rinder Father
His father drives a black cab. His mother owns and operates a publishing house. Rinder’s parents split up when he was a child.
Robert Rinder Brothers and Sisters
Details of his brothers and sisters are still under review.
Robert Rinder Wife
Rinder married barrister Seth Cumming in a civil ceremony on the Spanish island of Ibiza in 2013, which was officiated by Rinder’s friend, actor Benedict Cumberbatch. Because of his online Universal Life Church ministerial ordination, Cumberbatch was legally allowed to administer the ceremony, and Rinder was later one of three best men during Cumberbatch’s wedding to Sophie Hunter in 2015. Rinder and Cumming were believed to have split up in January 2018.
Robert Rinder Net Worth
Rinder has an estimated net worth of around $4million which he has earned through his career as a criminal barrister and television personality.
Robert Rinder Salary
Details of Rinder’s annual salary are still under review.
Robert Rinder Education
He went to Osidge Primary School, Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet, and the National Youth Theatre for his education. Rinder eventually gave up acting because Benedict Cumberbatch, a peer and later close friend, “was so amazing.” Rinder earned a first-class honours degree in politics and modern history from the University of Manchester.
Robert Rinder Career
Rinder graduated from the University of Manchester and began his pupillage at 2 Paper Buildings in 2001 when he was called to the bar. He then moved into 2 Hare Court as a renter. He went on to specialize in international fraud, money laundering, and other types of financial crime cases. He was involved in the prosecution of British military accused of manslaughter after the deaths of detainees in Iraq, as well as the defense of British servicemen accused of manslaughter after the murders of Leticia Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis in January 2003. He has been investigating and prosecuting allegations of bribery, corruption, and fraud in the British Overseas Territory of the Turks & Caicos Islands since 2010.
Robert Rinder Television
While rehearsing as an advocate, Rinder composed TV scripts in his extra time. After endeavoring to sell one, he met maker, Tom McLennan. He moved toward ITV with a proposition for a revamp of the 1970s program Crown Court, yet this was dismissed for a British form of Judge Judy, and McLennan offered Rinder the chance to front it. Starting around 2014, he has been the eponymous appointed authority in the truth court series Judge Rinder, where he has been alluded to as a British Judge Judy.
Not long after the program began, he scrutinized Judith Sheindlin, the appointed authority of Judge Judy, for making decisions dependent on her biases while guaranteeing that he applied the law genuinely and made “genuine legitimate decisions”. In spite of this, he demanded that it be explained on the program that he is a rehearsing criminal law lawyer and not a common court judge. Thusly, he wears his ordinary advocate’s court dress yet without the lawyer’s hairpiece. Rinder got acclaim for his interrogation capacities and sour remarks.
His court incorporates a hammer and banner of the United Kingdom, neither of which is utilized in British courts however is in plain view in American courts and broadcast court projects, and his show has been scrutinized as “The Jeremy Kyle Show set in a few cases court”. In 2015, Rinder delivered a book called Rinder Rules. In 2016, he introduced another series, Judge Rinder’s Crime Stories, with recreations of genuine wrongdoings. He additionally facilitated Raising the Bar on BBC Radio 5 Live, which he began with a conversation with previous Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge. In December 2017, Rinder re-dispatched Crown Court on ITV, recently named Judge Rinder’s Crown Court, with a two-section unique following a 30-year rest.
Strictly Come Dancing
From September 2016, Rinder contended in the fourteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, expressing that he was doing as such to make his grandma glad for him. Rinder was banded together with Ukrainian-conceived proficient artist Oksana Platero. Rinder was wiped out in week 11 subsequent to scoring 31 focuses moving a Samba to “Gracious, What a Night”. He finished the opposition in the fifth spot.
Robert Rinder Who Do You Think You Are
In an episode of Who Do, You Think You Are? broadcast on 13 August 2018, Rinder followed his Jewish family’s lamentable history and made new disclosures about his granddad, Morris Malenicky, an overcomer of both Schlieben and Theresienstadt’s inhumane imprisonments. In December 2018, Rinder facilitated Good Year Bad Year, an oddball unique on Channel 4 where Rinder talked about the effective highs and lows of 2018 alongside various big-name visitors. In 2019, he started facilitating the Channel 4 series The Rob Rinder Verdict. In July 2020, Rinder showed up on series 2 of Celebrity Gogglebox close by Susanna Reid.
Robert Rinder Radio
Rinder hosted a six-part series called Robert Rinder’s Classical Passions on Classic FM from July to August 2021. Rinder will be the new permanent host of Drivetime on talkRADIO and talkRADIO TV every Friday starting in October 2021.
Robert Rinder Writing
Rinder began writing a legal-based debate column in the tabloid The Sun in 2014, and in 2015, he published Rinder Rules. In 2017, Rinder started writing a column for the London Evening Standard.
Robert Rinder Charitable work
Rinder is a patron of Buttle UK, and as such, he has completed the London Marathon and launched The Italian Job 2018 at The NEC in Birmingham on November 10, 2017.