Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson was conceived May 13, 1986 in London, England, to Richard Pattinson, a vehicle seller bringing in vintage autos, and Clare Pattinson (née Charlton), who filled in as a booker at a model office. He experienced childhood in Barnes, southwest London with two more seasoned sisters and went to Tower House School until the age of 12, and after that The Harrodian School. He found his affection for music well before acting and began learning the guitar and piano at four years old. He turned into a major cinephile for adoration for auteur film in his initial teenagers and liked to watch films as opposed to getting his work done. In his late adolescents and mid twenties, he used to perform solo acoustic guitar gigs at open mic evenings in bars and bars around London where he sung his very own composed melodies.
Considering turning into an artist or going to college to contemplate discourse composing, he never pondered seeking after an acting profession and his show educator in school even prompted him not to join the dramatization club since she figured he wasn’t made for the imaginative subjects. However, as a youngster, he joined the nearby novice theater club after his dad persuaded him to go to in light of the fact that he was very timid. At age 15 and following two years of working behind the stage, he tried out for the play ‘Folks and Dolls’ and he got his first job as a Cuban artist without any lines. He got the lead part in the following play ‘Our Town’, was spotted by a headhunter who was sitting in the group of spectators and he started searching for expert jobs.