Robin Kirwan is an actor from London working mainly in independent films. He has appeared in over fifty productions throughout Europe, including Eggsistence, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, and the acclaimed Sci-Fi Darkwave.
In Dragunov, his first film as writer/director, Robin plays a mercenary who is stranded in Afghanistan. The film has enjoyed much success, winning awards for ‘Best Short’ and ‘Best First Time Director’ at a number of international film festivals.
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 highly influential American acting teacher Sanford Meisner.
Robin earned a graphic design degree from Middlesex University, one of the most prestigious design schools in the world, and had a successful career in branding before becoming an actor.
English by birth, Robin holds an Irish passport and spends much of his time in Paris, Berlin and Zürich.
“My admiration for other actors made me want to become one.”