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Robin Duke


B: March 13, 1954 in St.Catharines, Ontario

Robin Duke went to high school with Catherine O’Hara and is best known for her work on the comedy series SCTV and for her three years at Saturday Night Live. In addition to her screen work she enjoys writing humorous ‘slice of life’ essays for various national publications including Today’s Parent, Homemaker’s Magazine, National Post, and Canadian Living. Duke has received an Emmy nomination for her writing on SNL and a Gemini nomination for her role as Grace on North of 60. For her work writing and performing on SCTV, she received an Earle Grey Award and a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame. She is a Professor in the School of Creative and Performing Arts at Humber College.

Features & TV Movies:
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Running (1979)

The Last Polka (TV-1984)
Club Paradise (1986)
Blue Monkey (1987)

There Goes the Neighbourhood (1992)
Motorama (1992)
Only You (1992)
Groundhog Day (1993)
Hostage for a Day (TV-1994)
I Love Trouble (1994)
Stuart Saves His Family (1995)
Multiplicity (1996)
Blind Men (TV-1998)
The Artist Specials: Degas and the Dancer (TV-1999)

Virtual Mom (TV-2000)
Quints (TV-2000)
The Sandy Bottom Orchestra (TV-2000)
Getting Along Famously (TV-2005)

Long Story Short (TV-2011)
I, Martin Short, Goes Home (TV-2012)
Portrait of a Serial Monogamist (2014)
Rocky Road (TV-2014)

TV Series – Cast:
Second City / SCTV (1976 – 1983)
Saturday Night Live (1981-1984)
The New Show (1984)

George and Martha (voice, 1999)

Atomic Betty (voice, 2004)
Getting Along Famously (2006)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
King of Kensington (1977)

Maniac Mansion (1990, 1991)
Boston Common (1996, 1997)
North of 60 (1996, 1997)
The Outer Limits (1998)

Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse (voice, 2000)
Bob and Margaret (voice, 2001)
Monk (2002)
Train 48 (2005)
The Jane Show (2006)

The Ron James Show (2011)
Comedy Bar (2012)
Man Seeking Woman (2015)

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