Greer Robson-Kirk

  • Actor
  • Voice
  • Height: 5' 2"/157cm
  • Location: Auckland
  • Ethnicity: NZ European
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Summary
Awards
Feature Film
Television
Skills
Characteristics

Summary

For well over 25 years, Greer Robson has been a well-known face in New Zealand, having made her TV debut at two years of age, and her film career kicking off at the age of nine, starring in the classic, Smash Palace with Bruno Lawrence.

Winner of the New Zealand Film and Television Awards ‘Best Female Dramatic Performance in Film’ at 16 years old, for her leading role in ’Starlight Hotel’, Greer went on to star in major films, The Scarecrow and Queen City Rocker.

Greer has starred in a number of TV series, including Shortland Street and Hercules, achieving a magnificent win with the successful series Celebrity Treasure Island. She was a celebrity dancer on the third series of Dancing With the Stars and recently co-hosted Wheel of Fortune with Jason Gunn during the final series. Greer has also guest hosted for the More FM Breakfast show on a number of occasions and provided commentary on the fourth series of Dancing With the Stars on Paul Holmes’ 1ZB breakfast show.

Beyond her film and television credits, Greer has achieved a double major - Bachelor of Law with Honours and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Auckland and gained several years of valuable experience as a lawyer in the corporate world, working in major law firms in both Auckland and Sydney.

Awards

1989 - Best Female Performance (Film) - Starlight Hotel - Listener Film & Television Awards

Feature Film

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
1987
Production (Role) Starlight Hotel (Kate)
Production Company / Director New Zealand Film Commission | Challenge Film Corp / Dir: Sam Pillsbury
Year
1986
Production (Role) Queen City Rocker (Ska's Sister)
Production Company / Director New Zealand Film Commission | Mirage Films / Dir: Bruce Morrison
Year
1982
Production (Role) Klynham Summer (Lynette )
Production Company / Director New Zealand National Film Unit / Dir: Sam Pillsbury
Year
1982
Production (Role) Smash Palace (Georgie Shaw)
Production Company / Director New Zealand Film Commission | Aardvark Films / Dir: Roger Donaldson

Television

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2010
Production (Role) Outrageous Fortune (Sophie)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures / Dir: Simon Bennett | Britta Johnstone
Year
2009
Production (Role) Wheel of Fortune (Co-Host)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
2007
Production (Role) Dancing with the Stars (NZ) (Contestant)
Production Company / Director MediaWorks TV
Year
2003
Production (Role) Celebrity Treasure Island (Celebrity Contestant)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
1996
Production (Role) Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (Sirene)
Production Company / Director Renaissance Pictures / Dir: Charlie Haskell | Bruce Campbell
Year
1992 - 1995
Production (Role) Shortland Street (Joanna Jordan | Core)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures
Year
1992
Production (Role) The Ray Bradbury Theater (Carol)
Production Company / Director Granada Television / Dir: John Laing
Year
1989
Production (Role) Night of the Red Hunter (Tay)
Production Company / Director Dir: David Copeland

For well over 25 years, Greer Robson has been a well-known face in New Zealand, having made her TV debut at two years of age, and her film career kicking off at the age of nine, starring in the classic, Smash Palace with Bruno Lawrence.

Winner of the New Zealand Film and Television Awards ‘Best Female Dramatic Performance in Film’ at 16 years old, for her leading role in ’Starlight Hotel’, Greer went on to star in major films, The Scarecrow and Queen City Rocker.

Greer has starred in a number of TV series, including Shortland Street and Hercules, achieving a magnificent win with the successful series Celebrity Treasure Island. She was a celebrity dancer on the third series of Dancing With the Stars and recently co-hosted Wheel of Fortune with Jason Gunn during the final series. Greer has also guest hosted for the More FM Breakfast show on a number of occasions and provided commentary on the fourth series of Dancing With the Stars on Paul Holmes’ 1ZB breakfast show.

Beyond her film and television credits, Greer has achieved a double major - Bachelor of Law with Honours and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Auckland and gained several years of valuable experience as a lawyer in the corporate world, working in major law firms in both Auckland and Sydney.

1989 - Best Female Performance (Film) - Starlight Hotel - Listener Film & Television Awards

Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
1987
Production (Role) Starlight Hotel (Kate)
Production Company / Director New Zealand Film Commission | Challenge Film Corp / Dir: Sam Pillsbury
Year
1986
Production (Role) Queen City Rocker (Ska's Sister)
Production Company / Director New Zealand Film Commission | Mirage Films / Dir: Bruce Morrison
Year
1982
Production (Role) Klynham Summer (Lynette )
Production Company / Director New Zealand National Film Unit / Dir: Sam Pillsbury
Year
1982
Production (Role) Smash Palace (Georgie Shaw)
Production Company / Director New Zealand Film Commission | Aardvark Films / Dir: Roger Donaldson
Year
Production (Role)
Production Company / Director
Year
2010
Production (Role) Outrageous Fortune (Sophie)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures / Dir: Simon Bennett | Britta Johnstone
Year
2009
Production (Role) Wheel of Fortune (Co-Host)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
2007
Production (Role) Dancing with the Stars (NZ) (Contestant)
Production Company / Director MediaWorks TV
Year
2003
Production (Role) Celebrity Treasure Island (Celebrity Contestant)
Production Company / Director Television New Zealand (TVNZ)
Year
1996
Production (Role) Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (Sirene)
Production Company / Director Renaissance Pictures / Dir: Charlie Haskell | Bruce Campbell
Year
1992 - 1995
Production (Role) Shortland Street (Joanna Jordan | Core)
Production Company / Director South Pacific Pictures
Year
1992
Production (Role) The Ray Bradbury Theater (Carol)
Production Company / Director Granada Television / Dir: John Laing
Year
1989
Production (Role) Night of the Red Hunter (Tay)
Production Company / Director Dir: David Copeland
Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)

New Zealand*

Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)

Ballet, Tap

Sports:
(* = highly skilled)

Horse-riding, Skiing

Height:
5' 2"/157cm
Eye Colour:
Blue
Hair Colour:
Dark Brown
Hair Length:
Long
Vocal Notes
Accents
Voice Character & Quality:

Assured, Engaging, Friendly, Relaxed, Sincere, Husky, Smooth

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)

New Zealand*

For well over 25 years, Greer Robson has been a well-known face in New Zealand, having made her TV debut at two years of age, and her film career kicking off at the age of nine, starring in the classic, Smash Palace with Bruno Lawrence.

Winner of the New Zealand Film and Television Awards ‘Best Female Dramatic Performance in Film’ at 16 years old, for her leading role in ’Starlight Hotel’, Greer went on to star in major films, The Scarecrow and Queen City Rocker.

Greer has starred in a number of TV series, including Shortland Street and Hercules, achieving a magnificent win with the successful series Celebrity Treasure Island. She was a celebrity dancer on the third series of Dancing With the Stars and recently co-hosted Wheel of Fortune with Jason Gunn during the final series. Greer has also guest hosted for the More FM Breakfast show on a number of occasions and provided commentary on the fourth series of Dancing With the Stars on Paul Holmes’ 1ZB breakfast show.

Beyond her film and television credits, Greer has achieved a double major - Bachelor of Law with Honours and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Auckland and gained several years of valuable experience as a lawyer in the corporate world, working in major law firms in both Auckland and Sydney.

1989 - Best Female Performance (Film) - Starlight Hotel - Listener Film & Television Awards