Robbie is an Australian actor working across stage, film and television and most recently appeared in Jersey Boys for NCL & Ddoger Theatricals. 


He performed and co-created the cabaret The Worst Little Warehouse in London which after a successful workshop Above The Arts Theatre in London's West End, the production was previewed at The MC Showroom in Melbourne. It then embarked on a critically acclaimed tour including Edinburgh Festival Fringe for Assembly, receiving nominations for Best Musical and Best Cabaret and went on to win Best Cabaret at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival. The show played the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival before touring London and the UK.


Whist in the UK, he originated the role of Dick in Ewalt & Walker's musical Bromance at a workshop season in Henley and again in October 2018 at The Other Palace, London. This hilarious show follows the comic misadventures of a group of friends after one fateful St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago. 

In 2019 Robbie joined Thoroughly Modern Millie for The Production Company at Arts Centre Melbourne and featured as synthesiser enthusiast and electronic music aficionado in John's Safran's Jew Detective: Sarcasm Is Not A Crime for his 2019 Adelaide Tour. For the 2019 Melbourne Fringe, Robbie was cast as Maverick in the Australian Premiere of Top Gun The Musical (Chapel Off Chapel). In John Godber's On The Piste, Robbie performed the role of Tony, the sexually charged French ski-instructor at Studio Jack in Brockley.He also originated the role of Rudy Brown in Musical Of The Year at the Stockwell Playhouse. Robbie has also played the title roles in the pantomimes Jack & The Beanstalk with Dani Harmer (Shaw Theatre London) and Beauty & The Beast (Watford Palace Theatre). 

He has appeared in multiple short films, notably The Stroke written and directed by Morgane Polanski and produced by Incognita Films. The film went on to be selected for My French Film Festival and continues to be entered into film festivals throughout the world. In 2015, Robbie was cast as Ryan in Tallboy written and directed by Serah Nathan. The film was officially selected for the Reel Escape Short Film Festival, Noosa International Film Festival and the Wollongong Film Festival. Robbie's other film credits include roles in Man Of The Universe by the Teskey Brothers directed by Marie Pangaud, Fruity Tunes, Dennis Kilkenny in The Sheriff of Galway Bay, The Knowear Motel and Anyone.  

Commercially, Robbie has represented a host of leading brands including Hoegaarden, Skoda, QANTAS, Macquarie Bank and Jetstar and continues to be in demand as a voice actor. ​