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Mylène Dinh-Robic

Born: 17 April 1979 (40 years old)
Gender: Female

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Mylène Dinh-Robic is a Canadian actress best known for her starring role as Olivia Fawcett in the science fiction television series The Listener, from 2009-2012.

Dinh-Robic was born and grew up in Montreal and began her career on stage with the independent Queen Mary Theatre, namely in their productions of Pygmalion, Lady Windemere's Fan, and Noises Off.

While in Vancouver, she performed in The Beaumont Studio's One Act Play Festival in Different and more recently produced and starred in a production of author Alan's Bowne controversial Beirut.

Dinh-Robic's screen debut was a guest starring role in an episode of DaVinci's Inquest in 2003. Other credits now include Smallville, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate Atlantis, The Border and Toute la Vérité.

She was a series regular on DaVinci's City Hall, starring opposite Nicholas Campbell as city handler Rita Mah and reprised the role in the CBC movie The Quality of Life.

She was directed by Ross Weber in the Vancouver feature film Mount Pleasant and by Spencer Maybee in the indie short L'oiseau Mort and worked opposite Ashley Judd in Sandra Nettlebeck's feature film Helen, with Listener co-star Lauren Lee Smith.

Dinh-Robic graduated with Distinction from Concordia University's Communications Studies program, studied acting with Gilles Plouffe at Montreal's John Strasberg Ateliers and furthered her technique with Nancy Sivak at Vancouver's Lyric School of Acting.

She continued her studies with Ben Ratner and Warren Robertson.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Officer #1

Molly

Olive Maher

Canadian Daughter

Anika

Kimmy

Detective Sergeant Claudette Mackenzie

Olivia Fawcett

Olivia Fawcett

Olivia Fawcett

Roommate

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