Robyn Malcolm MC/Entertainer Profile


Actress, MC, Speaker

Robyn Malcolm is hot property in both New Zealand and Australia, best-known for her role as the iconic Cheryl West in the cult series Outrageous Fortune. Through the show she quickly became a massive hit with the public and has won virtually every award that is open to her – including the Qantas award for Best TV Actress. However, Robyn has been a success much longer than that, starring in film, TV and stage for over 20 years, all the while raising two kids! In 2019, Robyn was named a Member of The New Zealand Order of Merit for her services in TV and theatre.

Robyn is a politically active supporter of the Green Party, who advocates for the protection of the environment. As well as this, she is affiliated with and interested in a number of worthy causes such as breast cancer, family, business and social issues. She has proven to be a brilliant public speaker, whose vivacious energy can easily captivate an audience. Whether she’s acting, improvising, MCing or working as a keynote speaker, Robyn always aces it!




Auckland, New Zealand


After Dinner Speaker, Compere/MC, Judge, Keynote Speaker, Live Performance Host, Mimic & Impersonator, Panellist, Speech Writer


Alternative Medicine, Broadcasting, Community Work , Conservation / Environment, Current Affairs, Dance, Fashion, Film & Television, Food & Wine, Gardening, Health & Lifestyle, History, Intrepid Travel, Literature / Books, Music, Opera, Parenting, Poetry, Politics & Advocacy, Psychology, Satire, Social Services, Theatre, Theatresports, Travel

Speaking Topics

Lifestyle & Wellness, Politics & Advocacy

Social Links

Event Highlights

2023A High Tea at the Ascot, Invercargill Rock n Roll Club - Speaker

Testimonials (4)

Stacey Gibb | Mid/South Canterbury House of the Ye

Robyn was brilliant and the guests really enjoyed her as MC. She covered off on the important parts of the script but also added her own flavour throughout. Everyone thought she was great!

Mid & South Canterbury House Of The Year