Lara Robinson

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Lara Robinson
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Born (1998-01-01) 1 January 1998 (age 16)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation Actress, Singer, Student
Years active 2006-present

Lara Robinson is an Australian child actress who has appeared in films, television series, and theatre productions.

Career[edit]

Robinson has appeared in a remake of an 1978 Australian thriller Long Weekend starring Claudia Karvan as well as an American science fiction drama, Knowing, starring Nicolas Cage and Rose Byrne. She has also made guest television appearances on television series such as City Homicide and Elephant Princess. Robinson joined the cast of Winners & Losers in 2012 as student Tilly Young.[1]

She is also a musician and dancer.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2007 Work in Progress Girl Short film
2007 Long Weekend Girl in Car
2009 Knowing Abby Wayland / Young Lucinda
2009 Saved Grace Weston TV movie
2012 Catch Perfect Lucy Short film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 City Homicide Louise Patterson 2 episodes: "In the Hands of Giants: Part 1" and "In the Hands of Giants: Part 2"
2008 The Elephant Princess Gretel 1 episode: "Welcome to the Fairy Tale"
2011 Cloudstreet Young Rose Pickles 1 episode: "Part 1"
2012 Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Ruth 1 episode: "Murder on the Ballarat Train"
2012 Winners & Losers Tilly Young 5 episodes: "A Problem Shared", "The Right Time", "Footprints", "Eyes Wide Open"
2013–14 Upper Middle Bogan Edwina Bright Main role
2014 The Doctor Blake Mysteries Peggy Bowen Series 2, episode 2

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