Robin Kirwan is an actor from London who has appeared in over sixty independent films. These include the lead roles in Eggsistence, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, and the award winning Sci-Fi Darkwave.
He trained in London with the Impulse Company and Actors Temple, and was also part of a select group of actors who trained with The Meisner Center, at the Caribbean home of legendary US acting teacher Sanford Meisner.
Robin’s stage performances include The Alchemist, A Christmas Carol, Electra, The Father, Glengarry Glen Ross and Old Times. His theatre work has enabled him to perform at many respected London venues, such as the Courtyard Theatre, the Gatehouse, Theatre503, the Tristan Bates Theatre and the Young Vic.
On television, Robin played Israeli commando Amiram Levine in Munich: Mossad’s Revenge on Channel 4, and Jean Charles de Menezes, victim of an unlawful police shooting, in a reconstruction on Channel 5. He has also worked on a number of TV pilots.
Robin earned a graphic design degree from Middlesex University, one of the most prestigious design schools in the UK. He has played soccer semi-professionally, been a long-distance runner at county level, and in recent years has taken up scuba diving and surfing.
Robin divides his time between London and Berlin.
“My admiration for other actors made me become.”