Jamie Robinson

Assistant Professor, Theatre 

Headshot of Assistant Professor Jamie Robinson.

Jamie is an assistant professor of Acting and Directing in the York University Theatre Department. He has been a Toronto based professional artist since 1997 as an actor, director, producer, teacher and writer. Recent director credits include: Spanish Golden Age Period Study (George Brown Theatre), Copy That (Tarragon Theatre), Scotian Journey (Black Theatre Workshop), 365 Days/365 Plays (U of T Mississauga), She Stoops to Conquer and Romeo & Juliet (Guild Festival Theatre, also as Artistic Director). Select Theatre acting credits include: Four seasons with the Stratford Festival of Canada, Much Ado About Nothing and Measure for Measure (Canadian Stage in High Park), Risky Phil (Young People’s Theatre. Dora Award Winner, Outstanding Performance), Gas Girls (New Harlem Productions. Dora Award Nomination), Title role in Richard III (Metachroma Theatre. META Award nomination), Comedy of Errors (Western Canada Theatre/Theatre Aquarius), Cake and The Rochdale Project (Theatre Passe Muraille), Medea (Mirvish/MTC),Escape From Happiness (Factory Theatre). Film/TV acting credits include: Hudson & Rex (Rogers), Private Eyes (Global), In Contempt (BET), Falling Water (Universal), Conviction (ABC), The Expanse (SyFy), Saving Hope (CTV), Murdoch Mysteries (Shaftesbury), The Rick Mercer Report (CBC), Celeste in the City (ABC), and a recurring role in Condor (AT&T). Additionally, Jamie has taught acting for U of T Mississauga, George Brown College and The Armstrong Acting Studio. jamierobinson.ca