|Born||Samantha Louise Robinson
25 March 1981
Southport, Lancashire, England
On leaving College, Robinson went into work at Chichester Festival Theatre on Songs of the Western Man. She played Miranda in the Royal Exchange Theatres' production of The Tempest, alongside Pete Postlethwaite.
Further credits include; Untouchable (Bush Theatre), The Owl Service (Plymouth Theatre Royal), which she starred in with her then boyfriend Dominic Colenso, The Lemon Princess (West Yorkshire Playhouse), the British premier of The Laramie Project (Sound Theatre, Leicester Square), A Taste of Honey (Oldham Coliseum), The Three Musketeers (Bristol Old Vic & New Vic), The House Of Bernada Alba (Nuffield Theatre), Three Sisters On Hope Street (Hampstead Theatre), that was written by Tracy-Ann Oberman and Diane Samuels and directed by Lindsay Posner, Dead Heavy Fantastic (Liverpool Everyman), Hansel & Gretel (Corby Cube), The Phoenix Of Madrid (Bath Theatre Royal), directed by Laurence Boswell.
Most recently, Robinson was seen at the Lantern Theatre in Order by Martin Derbyshire, and a revival of Can't Stand Up For Falling Down by Richard Cameron, both directed by Ruth Carney. She is currently on tour with the Northern Broadsides theatre company with their show, The Grand Gesture.
Film and television
Robinson's television credits include: PC Natalie Cryer in Five Days (BBC), Laura in The Girls Who Came to Stay (Granada),; Anna in Shameless (Channel Four); June Mahy in Island at War (Granada), and Lucy in Final Demand (BBC), plus Holby City, Doctors and Casualty. He film credits includes: 'Sixty Six' (working title) and Jamaica Me Crazy (VBM Productions LTD).
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