Robin McLeavy, an Australian actress turned professional in 2005 and marked her TV recognition with the 2006 film 48 Shades. Throughout her career journey of over 15 years, McLevay grabbed wide fame & fortune with her notable on-screen works, including as Eva in Hell on Wheels (2011-16) and films such as The Loved Ones (2009) and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012).
What Is Robin McLeavy's Age and Height?
Born on June 19, 1981, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Robin is 39 years old in November 2020. She holds an Australian nationality. McLeavy stands 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) tall.
Fond of acting since her childhood, Robin McLeavy attended the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and graduated in 2004.
Acting Debut- Career In TV, Films, and Theaters
Following a year of graduation, the Australian actress made her on-screen acting debut in 2005 as a guest cast in Last Man Standing (2005). In 2006, she portrayed Jacq in the comedy film 48 Shades alongside Richard Wilson and Emma Lung that fetched her notable fan attention.
Robin then earned the role of Lola "Princess" Stone in the 2009 horror film The Loved Ones starring Victoria Thaine, Xavier Samuel & Jessica McNamee. The movie released at Toronto International Film Festival won an Audience Choice Award.
Between 2009 & 2010, McLeavy got career stints in many theaters productions:
- A Streetcar Named Desire (a Sydney Theatre Company production)- Opposite Cate Blanchett and Joel Edgerton
- Holding the Man
- Measure for Measure
- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Breakthrough From 'Hell on Wheels'
In 2011, she was cast as Eva Oakes in the American/Canadian Western TV series Hell on Wheels. Her character Eva with a distinctive blue chin tattoo is loosely based on Olive Oatman, the first white woman with a Native tattoo by the Mohave on record.
Notably, the actress played Nancy Lincoln in dark fantasy action-horror Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012). The film featuring Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper, and Anthony Mackie, collected $116.4 million in the box-office over the budget of $69-$99.5 million.
Her most recent film appearance was in Backtrack (2015). Having worked in the mini-series The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting (2013), Robin McLeavy's further TV works include Wu Assassins (2019) and Homeland (2020).
Who Is Robin McLeavy's Husband? Any Children?
McLeavy is a happily married woman. Currently, she lives with her husband and a daughter in Los Angeles. An avid user of Instagram and Twitter, Robin often shares adorable posts with her family on social media.
Reportedly, Robin and her husband Yvan Duban married on June 22, 2016; in mid-2020, the actress shared a throwback of their wedding on the occasion of the 4th anniversary. However, they are yet to explain how their relationship began.
As for a fact, the duo was already pregnant before their marriage and welcomed daughter Ru on November 24, 2016. Often Robin McLeavy posts birthday celebration of her daughter on Instagram.
Net Worth In 2020
Online sources estimate that Robin McLeavy has a net worth of $300,000 as of November 2020. No doubt that the Australian actress gathered most of her fortune through her acting career. Thanks to her role as Eva in Hell on Wheels along with film credits in The Loved Ones and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
On average, the payroll of an actor in Australia is $32.93 per hour. With upcoming on-screen works in the future, her net worth is likely to raise up.