Glenn Robbins in character at Kath & Kimderella film premiere, August 2012
|Born||Glenn Maxwell Robbins
30 December 1957
|Occupation||Comedian, writer, actor|
Glenn Maxwell Robbins (born 30 December 1957) is an Australian comedian, writer and actor.
Robbins began his acting career in 1984, appearing in two episodes of Prisoner, and in 1985 Robbins appeared on the sketch show The Eleventh Hour. He shot to fame in 1988 when he starred in another sketch show, The Comedy Company, in which one of his characters, 'Uncle Arthur', became very popular. In 1991 he joined the team of Fast Forward for two seasons. Other sketch in which he has appeared include Full Frontal (1993), Jimeoin (1994–95) and Something Stupid (1998).
In 2006 Robbins appeared in two episodes of Channel 10s Thank God You're Here. Robbins is executive producer of the Network 10 sketch comedy show The Ronnie Johns Half Hour. In 2008 Robbins launched a new game show on Channel 7, entitled Out of the Question. In 2011 he was the guest on the fourth episode of the comedy program, The Joy of Sets on Channel 9.
In 2001 Robbins played the role of Pete O'May in the award-winning Australian film Lantana. In 2006 he co-starred with Mick Molloy in the comedy feature BoyTown as an eighties' pop-star called 'Benny G.' making an ill-advised comeback. In 2011 he appeared in the comedy Scumbus.
Robbins has been nominated at the Logies several times. He was nominated for Most Popular Actor in 2003 and 2004 for his role in Kath & Kim and again nominated in 2005 for his role in the telemovie Da Kath and Kim Code.
- Glenn Robbins biodata
- AFC – Searchable Film Database
- – Channel 7 presents 'Out of the Question'
- Knox, David (24 December 2013). "Renewed: Upper Middle Bogan". TV Tonight. TV Tonight. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
- Robbins, Glenn (8 December 2013). Glenn Robbins segment. Interview with Grubby and Dee Dee. The Weekend Break. 3AW. Melbourne.
- Glenn Robbins at the Internet Movie Database
- Working Dog Australian television and film production company website
- Russell Coight's Celebrity Challenge satirical site