Date of Birth: January 12, 1985
Place of Birth: London, England
Addai Robinson in one sentence: Cynthia is a beautiful British actress who always knew she would become an actress. Now, she enjoys her work and her status.
All actors have their own unique path when it comes to the development of their training and careers.
Training is helpful, but no less important is living a well-rounded life full of different experiences.
I listen to music every day. It inspires me, fuels me.
The best decision I have made is to invest in myself.
My mother made me the person I am today.
If you want to be a successful actress then you need to work hard and be patient, surround yourself with people that keep you grounded.
Actors are no longer as tied down to the city they live in for work opportunities.
I have a special place in my heart for movie musicals, and for the longest time I wanted to be like Rita Morena or Natalie Wood in West Side Story.
I’m a huge lover of interior design. I’m a fan of being off the grid, whenever possible.
I am very curious and I have a constant desire to learn and be open to new things.
My first experience with the “craft” of acting was when I was a teenager. I was looking for something to do one summer and applied to a pre-college program at Carnegie Mellon University; after that I knew I wanted to go to college and pursue a degree in theater.
It is better to starve for something you’re hungry for.
I like to keep my privacy to myself.
I observe studiously everything around me.
I would never do something that I would later regret. It’s just a role, after all.
Her mother is from Ghana and her father is an American.
She graduated from NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Theate.
Her first television role was in 2002 in the television show The Education of Max Bickford.
This actress played in many television shows and films including: Law & Order: Trial by Jury, Justice, CSI: Miami, Entourage, CSI: NY, NCIS: Los Angeles, King & Maxwell, Texas Rising…
Always remember that true beauty comes from within.