Samantha Robson Biography
She attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, which is one of Europes leading conservatories. This institution gives aspiring musicians, actors, stage managers and theatre technicians an enriching environment to develop, hone and master their craft.
Samantha Robson is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The RSC is a world-known theatre ensemble, which focuses on the works of Shakespeare and other dramatists. She has appeared at the Royal National Theatre with playwright Harold Pinter in a collection of his work.
Her training and background in musical and classical theater is shown recently as she produced Tim Robbins new controversial hit play Embedded. It had a successful premiere at Los Angeles so they moved to the Public Theatre located in New York for extended play. It was also shown in London where Samantha Robson was also assistant director.
Samantha Robsons credits in stage include Olivia in Shakespeares Twelfth Night, Mariana in Measure for Measure, Sovieg and Aase in Peer Gynt, Zillah in Cain, Burlington Bertie in Music Hall, Suzanna in A Brand From the Burning, Stella Kirby in Eden End, Tamora in Titus Andronicus, Laurey in Oklahoma! and Ismene and Eurydice in Antigone.
The hot British actress starred on the award-winning police drama The Bill. The Bill is a long-running British television police procedural with its first broadcast on October 16, 1984. Samantha Robson played Vicky Hagen from 1998-2001.
The sexy Samantha Robson also appeared in Murder in Mind when she was asked to play the role of Tara Stevensby in 2002.
Samantha Robson co-starred alongside Fairuza Balk, Sean Gullette and Joshua Leonard in the film A Year and a Day in 2004 where she played Sophie. She has also appeared in Ridley Scotts Hollywood film A Good Year in 2006.
Samantha Robson is also a regular in Cartoon Networks Toonami. She is also a member of Tim Robbins Actors Gang and BAFTA LA. Samantha Robson proves that she is sizzling hot when she posed sexy for UKs Loaded Magazine October 2001 edition.