TV extra to Big Screen

Geordie Robinson

After graduating from BDC in 2006, Geordie was accepted into The Actors Centre Australia’s full-time Journey program before graduating in 2008. He has performed on stage at the Belvoir Street Theatre, Surry Hills in Sydney.

Geordie began in the Australian television, film and theatre industry taking on roles in Green Cyc’s production of The Taming of the Shrew, as well as staring as Laertes in the Q Theatre production of Hamlet, Sydney. In 2011, he was cast in the Australian premier of the play, The Birthday Boys, at The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).

In 2012 Geordie was cast in the television series, Underbelly Badness as Craig “Schiz” Bottin, Drug Cook and Decker’s associate. In 2014 Robinson acted opposite Rebecca Gibney in the TV series Winter. His previous guest roles included the Australian medical drama All Saints and the pilot Could Gone Pro, along with a small role in the Australian film A Few Best Men. He also appeared in the Australian short film, The Pear and the upcoming American drama series, Girls Like Magic, directed by Mad Men actor, Kit Williamson. He also appeared in the Australian movie Teenage Kicks in 2016 as Trent.

Moving overseas in 2017, Geordie appeared in the lead role of Blackrock by Nick Enright in the Australian Theatre Company in Los Angeles. He is a member of SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) and as such has appeared in the 2018 movie The Debt Collector as Tim.