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Overview (2)

Born in Lymington, Hampshire, England, UK
Height 5' 7½" (1.71 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Robbie Kay was born on September 13, 1995 in Lymington, Hampshire, England. He is an actor, known for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011), Fugitive Pieces (2007) and Ways to Live Forever (2010).

Trivia (8)

Robbie's first film was The Illusionist with Edward Norton. He played a 6-year-old boy but the scenes did not make the final cut. Robbie also played the younger version of Ralph Fiennes "Harry" in In Bruges. His scenes did not make it into the movie but can be seen in the deleted scenes section of the DVD.
Was living in Prague for two years when he was cast as Young Jakob in 'Fugitive Pieces.'.
Studied acting, singing and dancing for a year at England's Stagecoach Theatre School.
Houston, Texas : Living, working and attending school [November 2011]
Has two older sisters Camilla and Fiona.
Wasn't a fan of Once Upon a Time before he got cast as the role of Peter Pan.
Has a deathly fear of heights and roller-coasters.
Has a bloodshot eye as a result from a stick going into his eye when he was 5 years old. It burst a blood vessel, but hasn't affected his eyesight.

Personal Quotes (6)

Some people become so immersed an a show, they have an image that the actor is not too dissimilar, but fortunately I've never had that experience.
When 'Breaking Bad' was on, I would have loved to have been a part of that.
To be honest, Peter Pan was one of those fairy tales that I sort of related to, and I think that's the case with a lot of kids. The whole idea of escapism really resonates with a lot of kids.
To portray an iconic character has been brilliant in itself, and to be able to do that on a show like 'Once Upon a Time' enhances that because the show puts a spin on characters and makes them very different and puts core values that are very different that aren't in the original fairy tales a lot of people relate to.
The whole idea of escapism really resonates with a lot of kids.
There are a lot of similarities with film and TV, but also a lot of differences, especially in the way they film stuff.

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