Mylène Dinh-Robic

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Mylène Dinh-Robic
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Dinh-Robic in 2012
Born (1979-04-17) April 17, 1979 (age 34)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present

Mylène Dinh-Robic (born April 17, 1979) is a Canadian actress.

Life and career[edit]

Mylène was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. Her mother is Vietnamese and her father is Québécois. The first time she ever set foot on a stage was at age 13 in a high school production of Shaw's Pygmalion. She fell in love with acting and trained in Montreal with actor and mentor Gilles Plouffe and later in Vancouver with Nancy Sivak, Benjamin Ratner and Warren Robertson. Dinh-Robic's first TV gig was a guest starring spot on CBC Television's Da Vinci's Inquest in 2003. Other television credits now include The Border, Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, Battlestar Galactica, Bullet in the Face and work in her native French on Radio Canada's La galère, and upcoming new shows Série noire, Nouvelle adresse and Les jeunes loups (TVA). She was a series regular on CBC's Da Vinci's City Hall as political aide Rita Mah opposite actor Nicholas Campbell and portrayed Doctor Olivia Fawcett for 3 seasons of the CTV Television Network and Fox International Channels' supernatural drama The Listener. She is presently working on Sphère Média's new police drama 19-2 in Montreal, Bravo's highly anticipated English adaptation of the acclaimed original French language series now in its second season on Télévision de Radio-Canada.

She performed opposite Ashley Judd in Sandra Nettelbeck's haunting film Helen and opposite Maxim Gaudette, Laurent Lucas and Benoît Gouin in Lac Mystère, Bon Cop, Bad Cop director Erik Canuel's latest French feature film.

Mylène also performed all voice and motion capture work in the creation of Liza Snow, one of the main characters in Ubisoft Montreal's award winning 2012 video game Far Cry 3.

In July 2011, she was back on stage with friend, writer and fellow actor Noah Davis in Toronto. They performed his original script and play 'Point no Point', Chainsaw Theatre's inaugural stage production directed by David Tompa at The Tarragon Theatre. Mylène continues to train in Montreal with Gilles Plouffe, John Strasberg and Ben Ratner.

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