Robin was born in June, the 19th of 1972.
Born on the south side of Chicago, Illinois, Robin attended a Catholic High School at Saint Ignatius College Preparatory.
She went on to study acting at the Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts, spending her summers performing in such plays as Bus Stop and Agnes of God.
At the age of eighteen, Robin moved to Los Angeles, where she began finding work on various television shows like Law & Order, Life Goes On, Dream On and a recurring role on Class of '69.
Robin made her screen debut in the 1992 Brendan Fraser comedy Encino Man (1992). She had her first lead role in the teen ensemble film Empire Records (1995), playing a suicidal record store employee who announces her presence in the film by walking into the store and shaving her head.
Her first starring role came in 1996's The Craft, opposite Neve Campbell and Fairuza Balk. Focusing on a group of misfit teens, Robin played Sarah, the vulnerable newcomer to the coven of teenage witches. Since this film, she has landed a great number of starring and co-starring roles in films like Julian Po (1997), End of Days (1999), Supernova (2000) and Vertical Limit (2000).
She also found work in independent films such as Niagara Niagara which earned her the Venice Film Festival's Volpi Cup for Best Actress. In addition, Robin continues to make appearances on television, especially telefilms like Rescuers: Story of Courage: Two Families and Naked City: Justice with a Bullet.
She is married to Bob Grosse.
Has anyone maybe some Photos from her red carpet appearances???????
thanks for starting this thread susan superstar!
her face is like and innocent girls
looks, didnt know shes a model too!
...bring me watter...water for my mind...