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Kathleen Robertson (8 July 1973-) is an actress who played Azkadellia, a girl turned into the new Wicked Witch in the Tin Man miniseries.


Early Life[]

Born on July 8, 1973, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is a multifaceted actress and producer whose career has spanned several decades. Emerging onto the Hollywood scene at a young age, Robertson's journey is one of versatility, dedication, and a continuous pursuit of excellence.

From a young age, Kathleen Robertson exhibited a natural affinity for performing. Her parents recognized her talent and encouraged her to pursue acting. At the age of ten, she landed her first acting role in the Canadian TV series "Maniac Mansion." This experience marked the beginning of her lifelong love affair with the world of entertainment. She further honed her skills by attending the prestigious acting school, Lyric School of Acting, in Toronto.


Robertson's breakout role came in the early 1990s when she joined the cast of the immensely popular television series "Beverly Hills, 90210." Portraying the character Clare Arnold, she captivated audiences with her charm and talent. Her stint on the show not only solidified her presence in the entertainment industry but also paved the way for more significant opportunities.

After her success on "Beverly Hills, 90210," Robertson continued to showcase her acting range in various roles. She seamlessly transitioned between television and film, taking on parts that ranged from comedy to drama. Her performances in projects like "Scary Movie 2" and "Tin Man" highlighted her versatility and ability to tackle diverse genres with ease.

Kathleen Robertson's ambitions extended beyond acting, leading her to explore the world of producing. Her dedication to storytelling prompted her to take on roles as both an actress and producer. One notable project she contributed to is the television series "Murder in the First," where she not only portrayed a lead character but also took on producing responsibilities. This step showcased her commitment to shaping narratives both in front of and behind the camera.

External links[]

Kathleen Robertson at IMDb.com