|Birth name||Christian Franz Klusáček|
|Born||13 March 1944|
|Died||2 July 2017(aged 73)|
Chris Roberts (born Christian Franz Klusáček; 13 March 1944 – 2 July 2017) was a German schlager singer and actor. He was born in Munich-Schwabing and was married to the singer and actress Claudia Roberts; they often performed on stage together.
Roberts was most popular as a singer in Germany in the 1970s, he charted there with 24 songs between 1968 and 1980. He also acted in a number of films during that time. He represented Luxembourg as a part of a sextet in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 in which they sang "Children, Kinder, Enfants". They earned 37 points and came 13th place overall. The first two singles Baby's gone and Welchen Weg soll ich gehen (One more mountain to climb) were released with his artist name Chris Robert.
Chris Roberts died after suffering lung cancer. He was survived by his wife Claudia Roberts.
- 1970: When the Mad Aunts Are Coming
- 1970: Unsere Pauker gehen in die Luft
- 1970: Musik, Musik – da wackelt die Penne
- 1971: ...und sowas nennt sich Show
- 1971: ...und heute heißt es Show
- 1971: Aunt Trude from Buxtehude
- 1971: Rudi, Behave!
- 1971: The Reverend Turns a Blind Eye
- 1972: Don't Get Angry
- 1972: My Daughter, Your Daughter
- 1972: Always Trouble with the Reverend
- 1972: Von uns für Sie (TV series)
- 1973: Wenn jeder Tag ein Sonntag wär
- 1976: Jetzt geht die Party richtig los
- 1977: Plattenküche – Episode #1.7 (TV)
- 1979: Da kommt was auf uns zu
- 1983: Sunshine Reggae in Ibiza
- 1970: Goldene Europa
- 1971: Goldene Europa
- 1971: Bravo Otto – Gold
- 1972: Bravo Otto – Gold (begin of year)
- 1972: Bravo Otto – Silver (end of year)
- 1975: Goldene Europa
- 1981: Goldene Stimmgabel
- 1984: Goldene Stimmgabel
- 1985: Goldene Stimmgabel
- Profile, IMDb. Retrieved 9 July 2017.
- "Discografie 1966–1969". Michas-schlagerbox.de. Archived from the original on 25 February 2012. Retrieved 9 July 2017.
- "Archived copy: Goldene Europa". Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved 6 July 2009.
- "Archived copy: charts-weltweit". Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved 9 July 2017.
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