After the completion of her school education, Grace Hogg-Robinson decided against enrolling in a college or university and instead focused on building her acting career.
To polish her acting skills, she studied at the Jackie Palmer Stage School in High Wycombe.
- Mother – Sarah Robinson
Grace Hogg-Robinson is represented by Jonathan Arun.
5 ft 2 in or 157.5 cm
45 kg or 99 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Petite figure
- Cute smile
In 2017, Grace Hogg-Robinson was cast in a TV commercial for Plan UK‘s ‘Brave Girls’ campaign.
Best Known For
- Being cast in the role of Beth Kennedy in the crime drama series, The Coroner.
- Being cast in the role of Hermione in the action war series, Troy: Fall of a City.
She made her theatrical film debut as Natalie in the 2018 movie, Two for Joy.
First TV Show
In 2014, Grace Hogg-Robinson made her first TV show appearance in the Eyes Closed episode of the crime drama TV series, Suspects. However, her role in the TV show wasn’t credited.
Her first credited TV show appearance came in 2014 in the Falling: Part One episode of the drama TV series, Casualty.
Grace Hogg-Robinson Facts
- She made her theatre debut with the lead role in the Paines Plough’s Broken Biscuits. She was later retained in the cast for the UK wide tour as well.
- In February 2018, she was cast in the role of Annie in the David Edgar’s adaptation of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. The play was held at Rose Theatre and Touring Consortium.
- Follow her on Twitter.
Featured Image by Grace Hogg-Robinson / Twitter