Laila Robins is an actress from the United States, known for her work in stage, film and television. She has had a long career in acting, spanning over 30 years. She has acted in more than 30 films including Planes, Trains and Automobiles. She has also had roles in more than 30 TV shows including Law and Order, The Sopranos, The Good Wife, and Homeland..Image Credit: Zimbio.com
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Born on March 14th, 1959 in St. Paul, Minnesota to a Latvian American couple, Laila Robins has three sisters. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire and went on to obtain her Master of Fine Arts from the Yale School of Drama. Her long term partner since 2000 is the actor Robert Cuccioli, with whom she acted in Macbeth at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Laila Robins’ first stage appearance was as Annie in the 1985 Plymouth Theatre production The Real Thing. Her other theatre appearances include the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Heartbreak House (2006), Robins’ Frozen by Bryony Lavery (2004), The Herbal Bed by Peter Whelan (1998), The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard (1985),.Sore Throats by Howard Brenton, The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Mrs. Klein by Nicholas Wright, Burnt Piano by Justin Fleming, The Film Society by Jon Robin Baitz, the Fiftieth Anniversary production of A Streetcar Named Desire, the Guthrie Theater’s 2002 Antony and Cleopatra, Tiny Alice (2000), Macbeth, Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard.
Laila Robins’ contributions to theater have been recognized through several award nominations and wins. Some of the awards that Laila has won are the 2014 Drama Critics’ Circle Award for The Apple Family Plays: Scenes From Life In The Country, 2012 Drama Desk Outstanding Ensemble Award for Sweet and Sad, 2012 Richard Seff Award for Edward Albee’s The Lady From Dubuque and the 1995 Joe A. Callaway Award for Merchant of Venice. She has also been nominated for the 2013 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Drama Desk Award for Sorry, 2012 Outstanding Actress in a Play Outer Critics Circle Award for Edward Albee’s The Lady From Dubuque and 2004 Outstanding Featured Actress Lucille Lortel Award for Frozen.
Laila Robins’ movie career is just as accomplished, with roles in Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987), Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael (1990), Live Nude Girls (1995), True Crime (1999), Searching for Paradise (2002), Jailbait (2004), The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (2008), Multiple Sarcasms (2010), Blumenthal (2013), She’s Lost Control (2014), Grey Lady (2015), Eye in the Sky (2015), Impossible Monsters (2017) and most recently The Rest of Us in 2018. Short films that Laila has acted in include The Loneliness of Animals (2001) and Valeria (2015).
Laila Robins first appeared on television in 1988, as Cindy Claussen on The Equalizer. Laila then had her first main role as Victoria Heller on Gabriel’s Fire from 1990 to 1991. Since then, she has had multiple television roles which include recurring roles as Tammy Meswick on In Treatment (2009), Priscilla Antrem on Bored to Death (2009 to 2010) and General Katherine Richards on Quantico (2016 to 2017). She has also had regular roles as Special Agent Deakins on Deception (2017), Martha Boyd on the critically acclaimed Showtime series Homeland (2014), and as Jamie Nelson on Murder in the First (2015).
Laila Robins has had an illustrious acting career spanning over 3 decades. The hard work has yielded her significant wealth.
In all, we estimate Laila Robins net worth in 2018 at Over 10 million.