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Gee, Robbie 1970–

Gee, Robbie 1970–

(Robby Gee, Robert Gee)


Born March 24, 1970.

Career: Actor and writer. Toured with The Possee.


Film Appearances:

Ricky, G:MT Greenwich Mean Time (also known as G:mt), 1999.

Vincent, Snatch, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2000.

Dream, 2001.

Smallsy, Mike Bassett: England Manager, Entertainment Film Distributors, 2001.

Jel, South West 9, Fruit Salad Films, 2001.

Trojan, Mean Machine, Paramount Classics, 2001.

(As Robby Gee) Kahn, Underworld, Screen Gems, 2003.

Lewis Morton, Out of Reach, Screen Gems, 2004.

Ricky, Chromophobia, 2005.

Pushy, Rollin' With the Nines, Maiden Voyage Pictures, 2006.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Buena Vista, 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Tony Morris, The Manageress, Channel 4, 1989.

(As Robert Gee) Lee Graham, Desmond's, Channel 4, 1989.

Various roles, The Real McCoy, BBC, 1991.

Linton Alexander, Dream Team, Sky One, 2002.

Roly Crouch, The Crouches, BBC1, 2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Jason, Underbelly, BBC, 1992.

Frankie, Kommissarie Winter (also known as Dans med en angel, Komissario Winter, and Rop fran lang avstand), 2001.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Snowy, The Firm, BBC, 1988.

(As Robert Gee) Boss man, Little Richard, NBC, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Jon, "Diversion," Anna Lee, ITV, 1994.

DC Macnab, "Money Talks," Pie in the Sky, 1995.

Voice of Maxwell, "Walking on Water: Parts 1 & 2," The Vice, ITV, 2000.

Claude Henry, "Bad Habits," The Bill, ITV1, 2000.

Doug Stewart, "Inside Out," Holby City (also known as Holby), BBC, 2004.

Harry Travis, "Cursed House," Twisted Tales, Nine Network, 2005.

Also appeared as Martin, "Eric the Burger Chef," Days Like These, ITV; in Blouse & Skirt; Upfront; Armed and Dangerous.

Stage Appearances:

The Nutty Professionals, Theatre Royal Stratford East, London, 2004.

The Oddest Couple, Theatre Royal Stratford East, London, 2004.


Television Episodes:

The Real McCoy, BBC, 1991.

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