Robin Dunne was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and studied acting at The Etobicoke School of the Arts. Dunne found success early in his career with a varied selection of credits in numerous television projects and a handful of feature films.
Dunne's film career began in 1998 when he landed a role in the John Woo produced blockbuster "The Big Hit" opposite Mark Wahlberg, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Christina Applegate. His other feature film credits include "Jack and Jill vs The World" with Freddie Prinze Jr., "Borderline Normal," "The Skulls 2," "The Snow Walker," "Species 3," and he appeared opposite Ryan Reynolds in "Just Friends."
His most recent television work includes a starring role opposite Amanda Tapping in the SyFy Channel's series "Sanctuary," which ran for four seasons. Dunne has also had recurring roles on "Dawson's Creek" and "Dead Like Me" and he has guest starred on various shows including "CSI Miami," "NCIS," and "Defiance."
Dunne will be seen next in the feature film "Space Milkshake" (which he also produced), opposite Kristin Kreuk and Billy Boyd.