|Date of Birth:||1981 June 19|
|Age:||37 years old|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
Robin McLeavy is an Australian Helen Hayes Award-winning actress. She is well known for playing as Lola Stone in the critically acclaimed horror movie, The Loved Ones. Similarly, Robin McLeavy is also famous for her films, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Backtrack.
Robin's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million and that comes from her acting and sponsorship, and endorsement deals.
Her movie Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Hell on Wheels also helped her to collect more income. As, she is still active in the field, no doubt, her net worth will get higher in coming days.
Talking about her personal life, she is unmarried yet. In the past, she was in a relationship with Australian actor, Joel Edgerton. The two began dating in 2009, but after dating a year, they parted.
Robin McLeavy has kept her personal life out of the spotlight. But in 2016, she surprised her fans while she shared her baby bump photo on her Instagram account.
Thus, it proves that she is not a single. Moreover, she recently welcomed her first child, a baby boy. She often shares her partner and son's photo on her social media account.
Robin McLeavy was born on 19th June 1981 in Sydney, Australia. Growing up in Sydney, she was interested in acting since her childhood. Robin McLeavy graduated from National Institute of Dramatic in 2004. The information regarding her parents and siblings are not available on social sites.
Robin McLeavy started her acting in 2005, playing the role of Kellie in the martial arts film Undisputed II: Last Man Standing. After one year later, she played the role of Jacq in the film, 48 Shades.
Later in 2007, Robin McLeavy featured in Australian observational documentary series, The Code. Moreover, she also appeared as Honey in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf for Belvoir Theatre Company in 2007. In which she got a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the Sydney Theatre Awards.
With her incredible acting skills, Robin McLeavy grabbed the role Lola "Princess" Stone in the horror movie, The Loved Ones in 2009. It was one of the best achievements of her acting career. For her remarkable acting performance, she got nominated for the Fangoria Chainsaw Award.
Additionally, McLeavy played the role of Stella Kowalski in the Sydney Theatre Company production of A Streetcar Named Desire in 2009. Also, McLeavy won the American Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Performer.
During Australians In Film's 2011 function
McLeavy also appeared in the American dark fantasy action horror film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, which was released 2012. Afterwards, Robin McLeavy featured in sketch comedy series, The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting.
On the set of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
From 2011 to 2016, Robin McLeavy starred in the American Western television series, Hell on Wheels.
Recently, Robin McLeavy has appeared in the TV series, Hell on Wheels. She played the role of Indian abductee survivor Eva. The series ended in 2016, and since then she has not talked about her current and upcoming work.