Robyn Malcolm Movies and Career Information

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Mar 15, 1965

Robyn Malcolm (born 1965) is a New Zealand television and theatre actress. She has appeared in numerous New Zealand TV shows and has toured New Zealand with a number of theatre productions. Malcolm attended Ashburton College, and graduated from Toi Whakaari (New Zealand Drama School) in 1987. She won an International Actors Fellowship at the Globe Theatre in London for 2003. She is well known to New Zealanders from her role as Nurse Ellen Crozier in the television series Shortland Street. The role earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the 1998 TV Guide Television Awards. In 2002 she won another Best Actress nomination for her lead role in television feature, Clare, based on the cervical cancer experiment at National Women's Hospital which resulted in the Cartwright Inquiry. In 1999, Robyn Malcolm was one of the founding members of the New Zealand Actors' Company along with Tim Balme, Katie Wolfe and Simon Bennett. The company produced and toured a number of successful stage productions throughout New Zealand. Malcolm has acted in the feature films: Absent Without Leave directed by John Laing; The Last Tattoo directed by John Reid; Gaylene Preston's Perfect Strangers; and

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