Robin Kerr

Profile

Location

Auckland, New Zealand

Height

178 cm

Age Range

30–38

Ethnicity

European

Career Highlights

Master Of Theatre Arts and Master In Theatre Directing (NZ)
Christian Penny

The Hobbit
Feature Film
Role: Elros - Elf
Director: Peter Jackson

1953 // American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story
Television
Role: Lead DEA Agent
Director: Richard Lopez

The Making of the Mob 2: Chicago
Television
Role: Elliot Ness
Director: John Ealer

Home by Christmas
Feature Film
Role: Ted
Director: Gaylene Preston

Nancy Wake A Love Story
Television
Role: Paul Cole
Director: Mike Smith

Awards.

2004New Zealand Scholarship In Drama
2004Wellington High School - Excellence In Drama

Feature Film.

2011The HobbitElros - Elf (Support)3 Foot 7 Ltd/NZFC
Dir. Peter Jackson
2008Home by ChristmasTed (Support)Doublehead Films Ltd
Dir. Gaylene Preston

Television.

2016 American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story Lead DEA Agent (Guest)1953 Ltd
Dir. Richard Lopez
2015The Making of the Mob 2: Chicago Elliot Ness (Major Support)Steven David Entertainment, NY
Dir. John Ealer
2014How to Murder your WifeMedia Man Screentime NZ LTD
Dir. Ric Pellizzeri
2013Nancy Wake A Love StoryPaul Cole (Support)Gibson Group
Dir. Mike Smith
2010Paradise Cafe Series 2Tom (Lead)Gibson Group
Dir. Danny Mulheron

Theatre.

2008Shrew'd MarioAuckland Theatre Company
Dir. Margaret-Mary Hollins
2007Kissing BoneNorrisBovine University
Dir. David Lawrence
2007The Hunting Of The SharkDirectorPlayGround Collective
2006Antonio's RevengeAntonioThe Year Out Drama Company
Dir. Jason Morrell
2006PericlesAntiochusThe Year Out Drama Company
Dir. Matthew Warburton
2006The Sun, The Moon, The Wind and The RainVariousThe Year Out Drama Company
Dir. Deborah Moody
2006The TempestFerdinandThe Year Out Drama Company - Edinborough Fringe Festival, Scotland
Dir. Matthew Warburton
2006WoyzeckFranzThe Year Out Drama Company
Dir. Alexander Joseph

Training.

Master Of Theatre Arts and Master In Theatre Directing, NZ - 2008, Christian Penny
The Year Out Drama Company, UK - 2005, Deborah Moody
The Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand - 2004