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Biography

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Overview (2)

Birth NameRobert R. Rabiah
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Robert Rabiah was nominated for Best Actor alongside Geoffrey Rush, Hugo Weaving, Sam Neill and David Wenham at the 2012 Australian Film Institute/Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards and 2011 Inside Film Awards.

Robert Rabiah has also won Best Actor (Monaco Charity Film Festival) Best Writer at the Australian Writer's Guild (Monte Miller Award) and Best Writer at the National Literary Awards (Fellowship of Australian Writers)

Robert Rabiah's other notable distinctions include a top 5 Award at the first Spaamart (Screen Producers Association of Australia Film Market) a Spark Award given by the Australian Film Commission and a nomination for Best Actor in an ensemble at the annual Australian Equity Ensemble Awards (the only actor-voted awards in Australia) for his performance in Safe Harbour, which went on to win for Best TV Movie/Mini-Series at the International Emmy Awards.

Robert Rabiah's passion for film was inspired by growing up across the road from a cinema and he was mentored early in his career by Dominic Minghella (brother of the late Anthony Minghella) Robin Swicord (Writer "Practical Magic" & "Memoirs of a Geisha") and legendary Australian icons Linda Aronson and Bud Tingwell.

Robert Rabiah has also branched out into music and had a number 28 hit on the Australian dance charts in the 90's with pop outfit RMR. Their song was released by Standard Records, Australia.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Select Actors Management [au]

Trade Mark (1)

In most of his films a tattoo of gold boxing gloves are covered up. They mark his Golden Gloves Boxing Championship win at the age of 18.

Trivia (1)

Nominated for Best Actor alongside Geoffrey Rush, Hugo Weaving, Sam Neill and David Wenham at the 2012 AFI/AACTA Academy Awards and 2011 If Awards.

Personal Quotes (5)

When you say no a lot as an actor, you are going to go broke.
One of the greatest responsibilities as an artist is to create some kind of healing within your work.
[about his co-star Anthony LaPaglia in Below (2019)] I remember watching him as a kid in a TV movie called Frank Nitti: The Enforcer back in 1988 and you couldn't take your eyes off him - such a formidable screen persona.
There is a real market for stories with a diverse tapestry of color, race, gender, class. We need more of them, both here and abroad.
My hope is that Safe Harbour will enjoy the success that Ali's Wedding has received and I have no doubt it will. There was such a great vibe on both sets, a lot of love went into making both productions and my feeling is that will translate to an audience.

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