Robert Naylor is a Canadian actor best known for his recurring role as Stevie Atkins on the supernatural television drama series Being Human, from 2012-2013.
Born in Quebec, Canada, Robert is fluent in English and French. He started taking theatre classes at the age of five which quickly turned into a true passion. Out on his first audition, he landed a role in an English TV commercial and has never turned back.
Since 2006, he has had a very active voice acting career in English original animation and dubbing (D.W., in the TV animated series Arthur; Leo in the original animation Nelly and Caesar).
He can also be heard in many French radio and TV (voice) commercials. On TV, he has appeared in Lance et compte: La revanche, Race to Mars, Voices (aka A Near Death Experience), Fakers and more.
At the age of 12, he landed his first lead role in the Quebec feature film 10½, the second feature film directed by Daniel Grou. He plays Tommy alongside veteran Quebec actor Claude Legault. The role earned him the Best Actor award at the 12th International Film Festival Bratislava (2010).
He got his first role in an American movie in 2010, playing Young Theseus in Immortals which is directed by Tarsem Singh. Starting in 2011, he was a series regular in the Radio Canada TV series 19-2 which is directed by Podz.
Robert has broad and varied interests. He demonstrates passion and total commitment in all he undertakes, whether in school, on the soccer field, in a hockey arena, on the ski slopes or when he is playing the drums, the bass and the electric guitar.
Additionally, Robert has always had a keen interest in History – in fact it was his favourite subject at school.