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Robin McLeavy
Robin McLeavy
Personal details
Date of birth: June 19, 1981 (1981-06-19) (age 36)
Birth place: Sydney, Australia
Years active: 2005 - present
Hell on Wheels
Character: Eva
Season: 1, 2, 3
First episode: "A New Birth of Freedom"
Last episode: "Cholera"
Credits: 24
Robin McLeavy, born June 19, 1981 (1981-06-19) (age 36) in Sydney, Australia, is an actress. She had a recurring guest starring role in the first season as Eva. Robin became a starring cast member in the second season. She has also appeared in the films 48 Shades (2006), The Loved Ones (2009), After the Credits (2010) and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012).

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

She graduated from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 2004.

CareerEdit

She made her screen acting debut in 2005 on the series Last Man Standing. She played Kellie in the fourth episode. In 2006 she played Jacq in the film 48 Shades.

In 2007 she played Sarah in the short film The Other Half. She also appeared as Honey in " Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" directed by Benedict Andrews for Belvoir Theatre Company in 2007, for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Sydney Theatre Awards.

In 2009 she played Lola 'Princess' in the critically acclaimed Australian horror film The Loved Ones and had a guest role in the episode "Win Some, Lose Some" of the series All Saints playing Katherine Burnett. The Loved Ones was directed by Sean Byrne. It was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2009 and won the Audience Choice Award.

Also in 2009 McLeavy played the role of Stella Kowalski opposite Cate Blanchett and Joel Edgerton in the Sydney Theatre Company production of A Streetcar Named Desire. The production was directed by Liv Ullmann and toured to the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York. McLeavy received the American Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Performer.

McLeavy appeared in four encore seasons of Holding the Man, an award-winning play by Tommy Murphy.

She played Isabella in Benedict Andrew's production of Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare at the Belvoir Theatre, Sydney 5–25 July 2010.

In 2010 she played Lucy in the short film After the Credits. In 2011 she played Roman's Wife in the short film Roman's Ark.

She had a recurring guest starring role in the first season of Hell on Wheels as Eva. She appeared in eight of the seasons ten episodes.

After appearing in Hell on Wheels she went on to play Nancy Lincoln in the film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012).

CreditsEdit

Guest StarEdit

Season 1 credits
"Pilot" "Immoral Mathematics" "A New Birth of Freedom" "Jamais Je Ne T'oublierai" "Bread and Circuses"
"Pride, Pomp and Circumstance" "Revelations" "Derailed" "Timshel" "God of Chaos"
Season 2 credits
"Viva La Mexico" "Durant, Nebraska" "Slaughterhouse" "Scabs" "The Railroad Job"
"Purged Away with Blood" "The White Spirit" "The Lord's Day" "Blood Moon" "Blood Moon Rising"
Season 3 credits
"Big Bad Wolf" "Eminent Domain" "Range War" "The Game" "Searchers"
"One Less Mule" "Cholera" "It Happened in Boston" "Fathers and Sins" "Get Behind the Mule"

External links Edit

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