Born in London and former National Artistic Gymnastics Champion, Rob Winch started his entertainment career as an acrobat and aerialist, performing in "OVO" at the Millennium Dome. Over a 12-year performance career, Rob has experienced many different types of entertainment including, cruise ships, stunt shows, musical theatre, live events, television and film, including "Tarzan" at Disneyland Paris.
In 2005 he joined Cirque du Soleil for their new creation "The Beatles LOVE" which included other special events such as "The Tonight Show", "The 50th Annual Grammy Awards", "America’s Got Talent Finale" and Cirque’s "Worlds Away" 3D Movie. During this time, Rob co-founded his company Production Lab, which has become the parent company for two different entertainment production companies, BNTA, A British themed production company and also United Production Works, which currently produces shows for Knott’s Berry Farm in California.
In 2012 he retired from the stage and was asked to return to Disneyland Paris as Head Coach for "Tarzan". In 2014, he was also recruited as an acrobatic and stunt specialist to re-choreograph the acrobatic act in "The Festival of the Lion King" at Disney World, Florida, before joining Dragone’s "The House of Dancing Water" in 2015 as the Head of Coaching.