Currently recurring as Billy Ross in HBO's limited series
Mare of Easttown.
Robbie is from Texas. Born in Houston and raised in Dallas, he is therefore and obviously...a Cowboys fan for life. He currently lives in New York City, and has for several years been taking his time in trying to decide which teams he ultimately will root for. There's many to choose from. (UPDATE: He's pretty sure he's a Mets fan, still unsure about Knicks or Nets. Never a Giant or Jet fan.)
Robbie has appeared on television shows such as
Mare of Easttown, Preacher, Prodigal Son, When They See Us, The Blacklist, Orange is the New Black, Nurse Jackie, Limitless, Elementary, Chicago Justice, Person of Interest, Gotham, Unforgettable, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. He has also worked on two pilots, NBC's drama Shades of Blue and HBO's The Deuce. He made his feature film debut opposite Jason Bateman in The Family Fang and also appeared in the feature film Freeheld opposite Julianne Moore and Elliot Page. He played a supporting lead in Lindsey Copeland's feature film Hedgehog opposite Madeline Brewer. He recently starred in PORNO which premiered at SXSW and the indie Fugitive Dreams opposite April Matthis, which premiered at Fantasia Festival and is still making rounds in the festival circuit.
Robbie has performed as an actor all over the country. His work has been seen in regional theaters such as the Long Wharf Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Hangar Theatre and the Vermont Stage Company. In New York City he has performed at the Pearl Theatre Company, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, New Victory Theatre, New Ohio Theatre, New York Classical Theatre, at the New York Musical Theatre Festival, Theatre Askew and the American Globe. He has also participated in many developmental projects including ones with Yale Rep/A.R.T, The Signature Theatre, The LARK, 2G at the New Ohio, and Sara Farringtons' FoxyFilms.
(Though this was all written in the third person, it should be noted that Robbie did write it all himself)
Film & Tv Work
Photos by Thomas Brunot