|Date of Birth||1 September 1954, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Robin Lee Hoopes|
Mini Bio (1)
Cute, spunky, and personable brunette actress Robbie Lee was born on September 1, 1954 in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. Her mother, Georgia Lee, was an actress while her father, Ralph Lee, was a character actor who later became a preacher and founder of the Valley Presbyterian Church. Robbie's godparents were famous cowboy star Roy Rogers and his wife, Dale Evans. Lee made her film debut as an infant in one of her mother Georgia's movies. Following graduation from Monroe High School in 1972, Robbie started modeling and appeared in many print ads and TV commercials. She achieved her greatest enduring cult cinema popularity with her fiery portrayal of tough and fearsome all-female gang leader "Lace" in Jack Hill's delightfully trashy Switchblade Sisters (1975) (aka "The Jezebels"). Lee was likewise memorable as Angie Dickinson's adorable, but dim-witted daughter "Polly" in the equally enjoyable Depression-era drive-in exploitation romp Big Bad Mama (1974). Robbie made guest appearances on episodes of the TV series Police Woman (1974) and The Six Million Dollar Man (1974). In the 80s, Lee became a successful voice actress; she provided numerous character voices for the animated children's television shows Rainbow Brite (1984), Q*bert (1982), The Get Along Gang (1984) (Robbie was inducted into the Voice-over Hall of Fame for her vocal work as "Zipper Cat" on this particular program), and Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw (1988). Robbie now lives on a ranch in Southern California with her husband, Michael.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders
|Michael||(19 January 2002 - present)|