Spotlight Pin: 4618-3494-6302
Calum Robshaw is an Actor-Musician based in London.
A graduate of East 15 Acting School studying on the Cert HE One Year Course. Upon completion of his training, Calum then went on to travel to Italy where he studied Commedia del Arte with one of the world’s leading practitioners in Physical Comedy: Antonio Fava .He has since completed a 6 month Theatre in Education Tour of Italy, where he performed educational plays and facilitated English workshops to the children of Italy. This tour allowed him to perform in cities such as Rome, Milan, Verona and the Island of Capri.
Calum is an associate artist for Scram Collective, an emerging new Theatre Company consisting of Fourth Monkey alumnus.
Calum is represented by ABA Management.
“The audience’s darling, the UK diplomat Charlie (Calum Robshaw), is a frightening mix of public school blubbering champagne-guzzling man-child and Nigel Farage. Robshaw’s performance is hilarious, and further deepens the disgust as his atrocious policies are flippantly enforced. This well-pitched comic relief is a God-send in a show that occasionally veers on the monotonous or dense.”
Review for “The Ark” – Broadway Baby
“I was inspired by your delight in the text”
Andrew Norton, Mornings of April and May
“Very positive attitude, consistently working for and with the group”
Susan Tordoff, Censored
“Calum is one of the most delightful young performers I have had the pleasure of working with in over 20 years. He has journeyed extensively as a performer. I cannot recommend him more to you.”
Jonathan Goodwin, Head of part time learning at Arts Ed.
Calum shows an ability to go beyond what is expected to get the job done. He is very dedicated to getting the best out of himself and others. He is a natural leader and is able to think on his feet and respond in the moment. He shows great maturity and responsibility… He has a very positive outlook.”
Colin Farquharson, East 15
“Calum is excellent… giving a realistic and raw performance that keeps a tight hold on the audience’s attention right up to the final, heart-breaking scenes… It brings the character to life in a way that feels fresh and fascinating.”