Mar. 22nd, 1966
Wandsworth, London, England, UK
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A star in the UK from her four seasons on the award-winning police drama "The Bill", Samantha Robson recently completed her first US film _Year and a Day, A (2004)_ opposite Fairuza Balk, Sean Gullette and Joshua Leonard. She is also a series regular on the Cartoon Network's "Toonami."
Additionally, Samantha recently produced Tim Robbins's new controversial hit play "Embedded." After a successful Los Angeles premiere the play moved to the Public Theatre in New York for an extended and sold out run and has just returned from a successful run at the Riverside Studios in London, where she was also Assistant Director.
Samantha Robson is a classically trained actress who has worked extensively with the Royal Shakespeare Company and has appeared at the Royal National Theatre alongside world-renowned playwright Harold Pinter in a collection of his work.
Stage credits include Olivia in Twelfth Night (RSC), Mariana in Measure for Measure (RSC), Sovieg and Aase in Peer Gynt (RSC), Zillah in Cain (RSC), Burlington Bertie in Music Hall (RSC), Suzanna in A Brand From The Burning (RSC), Stella Kirby in Eden End (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Tamora in Titus Andronicus (Hornsey Theatre), Laurey in Oklahoma! (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre), Ismene and Eurydice in Antigone (Bristol Old Vic).
Other work includes The Trial of Sir Walter Raleigh with Michael York for the BBC, Breaking the Code and The Living Room for LA TheatreWorks, and a number one tour in England playing the lead of Cyrenne in Rattle Of A Simple Man, directed by Patrick Sandford.
In addition to "The Bill", her television credits include a starring turn in the BBC's "Murder in Mind," and work as a presenter on Channel 4's "The Big Breakfast."
Samantha is a member of Tim Robbins' Actors Gang and BAFTA LA.
- Attended the Guildhall School of Acting.
- She trained in Musical & Classical Theatre, and is an accomplished singer, who specializes in jazz.
- Was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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