Born in England, Rob trained as a Mechanical Engineer for Historic Formula 1. Inspired by the comedic talents of David Jason, Fowler at the age of 25, decided to pursue a career as an actor, starting out in various adaptations of Shakespeare plays at the Key Theatre, followed by the UK touring production of The Buddy Holly Story during which was asked to join the cast of the German production of Starlight Express in the roles of Caboose and Rusty/Greaseball.

Rob’s subsequent German stage appearances include Rum Tum Tugger in Cats, Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Berger in Hair, Death in Elizabeth, Jamie in The Last Five Years, Corny Collins in Hairspray, Galileo in We Will Rock You, the title role in Frank Wildhorn's Dracula, Joe in the Latin Pop Opera Carmen Cubana and most recently Dan Goodman in Next to Normal.

Fowler has not only made a name for himself in both regional and national theatres throughout Europe, he has also performed as a solo artist in numerous arenas across Germany. His repertoire combines Rock, Pop & Jazz.

As a composer, lyricist and frontman of the rock band Morton in 2006, Fowler released his first album Pillowtalk enjoying heavy rotation radio airplay with singles Sorry, Irish Girl, Stop Crying Your Heart Out.

In 2008 Fowler returned to acting, this time in front of the camera in the Austrian romantic TV comedy series Ex.

In 2012 Fowler (as a wish from his son) decided to take part in the ProSieben/Sat1 Casting-Show The Voice of Germany reaching the semi-finals, where he presented his original song "The Hurt."

Together with Beat4Feet Fowler co-wrote the official EHF Champions League 2014 song "Do It Like Us."

Prior to Fowler's participation with The Voice of Germany 2012, Rob was part of the 2008 original cast of Richard O'Briens European touring production of The Rocky Horror Show Reloaded portraying the leading role of the eccentric Dr. Frank’n’Furter, in which Fowler achieved an abundance of new fans and followers.

Fowler is currently working on an original musical The Boy Next Door. Book by playwright and Olivier award winner Stephen Clark, co/writer and direction Steven Dexter & musical supervision by Matt Smith.

Work with Jim SteinmanEdit