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Robyn Cruze

Robyn Cruze is an actress, known for Country Life (1994), Home and Away (1988) and Sweat (1996). See full bio »

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Known For

Country Life
Country Life Violet
(1994)
Home and Away
Home and Away Sales Assistant 1 / Tracey
(1994-1995)
Sweat
Sweat Shelley
(1996)
Big Sky
Big Sky Shay McWilliam
(1997-1999)

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 1997-1999 Big Sky (TV Series)
Shay McWilliam
- Ultimate Commitments (1999) ... Shay McWilliam
- Missing in Action (1999) ... Shay McWilliam
- Desperate Measures (1999) ... Shay McWilliam
- Secrets and Lies (1999) ... Shay McWilliam
- The Heart of the Matter (1999) ... Shay McWilliam
 1996 Sweat (TV Series)
Shelley
- Episode #1.26 (1996) ... Shelley
- Episode #1.24 (1996) ... Shelley
 1994-1995 Home and Away (TV Series)
Tracey / Sales Assistant 1
- Episode #1.1833 (1995) ... Tracey
- Episode #1.1486 (1994) ... Sales Assistant 1
 1994 Country Life
Violet
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Wrote and perfomed "Stomach Ache" (synopsis: A child's death is like a stomach ache that never goes away.' A mother's kaleidoscopic journey through worlds both real and imaginary to seek closure) Directed by Alan Dunnett. 18 - 24 August 2002 (preview 15) at the Visiting Arts Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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