29 June 1977 |
London, England, United Kingdom
Zuleikha Robinson (born 29 June 1977) is a British actress and singer. She was brought up in Thailand and Malaysia by a Burmese-Indian-Malay mother and an English father.  She is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. She is the sister of British field botanist Dr. Alastair Robinson.
Robinson gained attention on the 2001 series The Lone Gunmen, part of The X-Files franchise. She played Yves Adele Harlow, a mysterious thief who often aided (and sometimes hindered) the starring trio.
In 2006, she played a Bengali character called Moushumi Mazumdar in Mira Nair's acclaimed film The Namesake, based on the book of the same name. Robinson had a supporting role in the HBO series Rome, and played Eva Marquez, a NYPD detective, in the Fox television drama New Amsterdam.
Robinson joined the cast of Lost in 2009 during its fifth season, as recurring character Ilana, and was promoted to series regular for the sixth season. She was cast in the second season of Homeland in a recurring role as journalist and secret al-Qaeda operative Roya Hammad.
- The Lone Gunmen (2001), Yves Adele Harlow
- The X-Files (2002), Yves Adele Harlow/Lois Runce – Episode 9-15 "Jump The Shark"
- Rome (2007), Gaia
- New Amsterdam (2008), Det. Eva Marquez
- Lost (2009–10), Ilana Verdansky
- Homeland (2012), Roya Hammad
- The Mentalist (2013), Dr. Sonia Kidd – Episode 5-14 "Red in Tooth and Claw"
- Covert Affairs (2013), Bianca Manning - Episode 4.09 "Hang Wire"
- Once Upon A Time In Wonderland (2013), Sorceress Amara
- Intelligence (2014), Amelia
- Timecode (2000), Lester Moore's assistant
- Slash (2002), Suzie
- The Merchant of Venice (2004), Jessica
- Hidalgo (2004), Jazira
- The Namesake (2007), Moushumi Mazumdar
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- Sengupta, Reshmi (30 May 2005). "Living up to her namesake...". The Telegraph (Kolkata). Retrieved 6 May 2009.
- Evening Standard Magazine (11 Dec 2009)
- Mitovich, Matt (4 September 2008). "Lost Gives New Amsterdam Star New Role". TV Guide. Retrieved 22 December 2008.
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