About Jason Orange
July 10, 1970
|Place of Birth||:||Wythenshawe, Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK|
|Also Known As||:||Jay, Take That|
|Imdb Profile||:||IMDB Profile|
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.