- Birthday:June 21, 1953
- Birth Place:Sendai, Japan
- Height:5' 7" (1.7 m)
- Biography:Robyn Douglass is an American actress and model who was born on June 21, 1953 in Sendai, Japan . The oldest of two brothers and a sister, Robyn grew up in San Francisco the daughter of an Army pediatrician father and a mother who was a psychologist. She spent twelve years at an all-girl Catholic School, an experience she blames for her initial typecasting in "goody two-shoes roles." She began acting while attending the Catholic school in Mountain View, California. Enrolling at the University of California at San Francisco as a pre-Vet major, she quit in her final year to pursue her first love -- acting. She studied her craft at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre before moving to Chicago. The young actress spent four years doing commercials while studying with Del Close at Second City and Lou Conte at the Hubbard Street Dance Theatre. Robyn's first big break in her career came when she was discovered by director Peter Yates in her hometown of Chicago and cast as Dennis Christopher's heart-throb -- the very nice college coed in the critically-acclaimed film, Breaking Away (1979). She was since appeared on Galactica 1980 (1980), Trapper John, M.D. (1979) and the pilot for Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (1980). Douglass has also appeared in several ABC-TV movies of the week, including The Clone Master (1978), The Girls in the Office (1979) and Golden Gate (1981).
Movies - Robyn Douglass
|The Lonely Guy (1984)||2 clip(s)||USA|