Andrew Robb is an actor, facilitator and filmmaker based in Melbourne, Australia. (note: written in the third person suggesting the employment of a highly paid biographer). View Andrew's latest showreel here.


Andrew produced the West End cult hit comedy The Vegemite Tales in London at Riverside Studios (2005) and then in London's West End (wow) at the Leicester Square Theatre (then The Venue, in 2006-07). He has also produced and appeared in a number of award winning short films including 'Cook Book' (2012). His first short documentary 'Tofu Man' has won a number of awards and was nominated for Best Documentary at the St Kilda Short Film Festival.

Andrew is a qualified trainer and facilitator. He has facilitated programmes for:
- a Major Australian Telco (new starter induction, 30-50 participants per day)
- a Big 4 Accounting firm (networking skills module, 100
participants per session)
- 2 x Major Australian banks (leadership coaching programmes, 12-15 
participants per day)
- a Judicial College (speaking skills and managing nerves programme, 10-15 judges and magistrates per session)

He has also facilitated countless "real-play" sessions for many different clients: framing up based on the models being practiced, roleplaying as an actor and then facilitating and debriefing for each participant.

Facilitation qualifications:
- Cert IV (TAE40110 - Training & Assessment)
- Accredited lead facilitator for a major Australian Bank leadship coaching programme.

Andrew has been acting since 1997. Clearly loving a life of mostly rejection, he still does it. His most recent credits include the TV miniseries MOLLY and the Australian feature film CONCEALED. Other credits include:

  • EastEnders, BBC Television

  • The Vegemite Tales (two London West End seasons)

  • The Basil Brush Show, (CBBC Television)

  • Commercials for VW Golf, Discovery Real Time, Channel 4 Dispatches

  • Radio appearances include BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Reading, plays for the BBC World Service, Ned Sherrin's Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4), Simon Mayo Show (BBC Radio 4), Jo Goode (BBC Radio London).

  • Training videos for United Nations, KPMG

  • Online Presenter for,

  • Roleplay actor working for a large number of corporate and medical organisations in London, New York, Munich, Rome, Geneva, Frankfurt, Brussels, right across Australia, and most recently, Manila.

  • training as an astronaut for the first manned misison to Jupiter (no, not really).

Andrew Robb
Andrew Robb captured in a spontaneous moment after a recent court appearance where he was found not guilty of the charge of Impersonating A Person In A Business Suit.



Mostly real actual reviews from real actual people:

"Andrew William Robb excelled in the lead role... a real triumph"
- Epoch Times, for The Ides of March

"an impressively real performance"
- TimeOut, for The Ides of March

"Andrew William Robb exhibits monumental tenderness"
- The Stage for The Vegemite Tales

"The cast is led by the excellent Andrew William Robb as Sam"
- Rogues & Vagabonds for The Vegemite Tales

"Andrew William Robb is delightful as Sam"
- IndieLondon for The Vegemite Tales

"Of note is Andrew William Robb who excels as Sam, the father figure of the ensemble"
- Covent Garden Review for The Vegemite Tales

Andrew Robb's portrayal of the colour blue was quite simply azure.
- Dulux Colour Swatch user



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