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Robson, Sandy 1973- (Sandy Wayne Robson)

Robson, Sandy 1973- (Sandy Wayne Robson)


Born November 6, 1973, in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.


Manager—Trisko Talent Management, 939 Richards St., Vancouver V6B 3B6 Canada.




Alliance of Canadian Cinema Television and Radio Artist.


Film Appearances:

(As Sandy Wayne Robson) Lenny, The Impossible Elephant (also known as The Incredible Elephant), Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series:

Dude, About a Girl, Global and The N, 2007-2008.

Also appeared as host, Trash to Treasure.

Television Appearances; Movies:

(As Sandy Wayne Robson) Sailor, "A Friend of Dorothy's," Common Ground, Showtime, 2000.

(As Sandy Wayne Robson) Harry, 'Twas the Night, Disney Channel, 2001.

Leiku's husband, Out of the Ashes, Showtime, 2003.

(As Sandy Wayne Robson) Firefighter, The Cheetah Girls, Disney Channel, 2003.

(As Sandy Wayne Robson) Jungle Jim Hunter, Crazy Canucks, CTV, 2004.

Dots Miller, The Winning Season, TNT, 2004.

Thomas, Cow Belles, Disney Channel, 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Justin, "Into Thin Air," Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, PAX, 2004.

Major Paul Cahan, "Losing Isn't Everything," Kevin Hill, UPN, 2005.

Ken, "No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn: Part 2," Instant Star, CTV, 2006.

Logan, "Lights, Camera … Homicidio," Psych, USA Network, 2008.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in Full Committed.

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