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After starting his career as a breakdancer in Manchester in the group Street Machine, Jason Orange rose to fame as a member of the boyband Take That. Take That experienced incredible success in the early 1990s before announcing their split in 1996, a year after the departure of Robbie Williams. Orange went on to pursue an acting career, including a role in Killer Net (1998) and a starring role in Gob (a limited run play in London). After moving on from acting, Orange returned to the spotlight in 2005 with the release of Take That: For The Record (2005), a documentary chronicling the rise and fall of Take That. After airing to rave reviews a few months later, Take That - minus Williams - announced that they were reforming for a greatest hits tour. Beyond this, the band then released three more albums and sold out tours with Orange. Orange then made the decision to leave the band in 2014.
July 10, 1970, Wythenshawe, Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK
1992 Take That & Party 1993 Take That: The Party - Live at WembleyHimself 1993 Take That Away!Himself 1995 Take That - Hometown: Live at Manchester G-Mex 1995 Take That: Nobody Else - The Movie 2005 Take That - Never Forget - The Ultimate CollectionHimself 2006 Take That: The Ultimate TourHimself 2006 An Audience with Take That: Live! 2006 Take That: For the Record 2008 Take That - Beautiful World Live 2009 Take That: Where Did It All Go Right ?Himself 2010 Take That: Look Back, Don't StareHimself 2010 Take That - The Circus LiveHimself 2011 Take That: Progress LiveHimself 2012 London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony: A Symphony of British MusicHimselfLimited to the 15 most popular items