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Pete Doherty - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born March 12, 1979 - British musician and poet, member of various indie and punk bands.
His father, Peter John Doherty, was of Irish descent. Mother - Jacqueline (nee Michels) worked as a nurse and was a descendant of Jewish immigrants from Russia. In addition to him, his parents raised two daughters - Amy Joe and Emily. Catholic. Pete successfully studied at school, at the age of 16 he received a ticket to Russia as a prize for winning a poetry competition.
After leaving school, Pete Doherty moved to his grandmother in an apartment in London, where he felt he felt “meant”. In London, Pete got a job filling graves in Willesten Cemetery, although he spent most of his time not working, but reading letters, sitting on gravestones. Later, eighteen-year-old Pete Doherty would become famous on television, where he was interviewed by MTV on the day of the release of the Oasis album "Be Here Now". Pete Doherty entered Queen Mary University, but was expelled after his first year. After completing his first year, Pete moved into a London apartment with his friend Karl Barat, who was a classmate of Pete's older sister at Brunel University. Karl Barat and Pete Doherty formed the band, calling it The Strand, and then renaming it The Libertines.
In February 2005, he spent four nights in London's Pentonville prison on charges of robbery and extortion, until Rough Trade Records paid ? 150,000 in bail. All charges against him were later dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service due to lack of evidence. On October 18, 2010, he was summoned to court on charges of possession of cocaine. In March 2011, he was found guilty on this charge, posted insufficient bail until sentencing on 20 May. On May 20, he was sentenced to six months in prison for possession of cocaine during the investigation into the death of Robin Whitehead.