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Born 26 February 1977 in Nova Sofala, Mozambique, Robin (or just 'Some Guy' as he likes to be called) was flown to Jefferson City, Montana, USA at the age of five after incredible intelligence and prowess were detected. He trained with the FBI until his graduation from Quantico at the age of ten when the then Chief described him simply as "a prodigy."
But America seemed too limiting, and so after moving to England in 1988 Robin become a member of Her Majesty's Secret Service amongst profound public interest and controversy. After a powerful speech to the Commonwealth Robin was begged by Parliament to lead the nation, a position he declined on "moral grounds."
His contribution to the world of science has included the introduction of waste-free nuclear-generated power whilst only thirteen years of age. This area of study was left unfinished however, after Robin described it "as boring as my arse." His notes and theories were poorly completed by the GEC.
The artistic aspect of Robin's life has been both fruitful and influential. Following a stirring performance as Joe in What The Hell Is This? (a work penned by Robin one half-term) Sir John Gielgud claimed "...this boy is one hot mamma. I am humbled." The New York Herald's literary critic WJ Walther described Robin's works as "...outstanding. This guy could thrash the pants off Fitzgerald, eat Orwell for breakfast and probably punch Conrad's face in before leaving the apartment of a morning."
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