Ted Robbins

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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Brother of TV impressionist Kate Robbins, who played Bernie the computerised image on the ill-fated [[The National Lottery Big Ticket]] and Amy Robbins, best known for playing Dr. Weatherill in ''The Royal'' (on which Ted once played a patient - though he and Amy never appeared on screen together. An opportunity missed there, surely?)
== Trivia ==
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Brother of TV impressionist Kate Robbins, who played Bernie the computerised image on the ill-fated [[The National Lottery Big Ticket]] and Amy Robbins, best known for playing Dr. Weatherill in ''The Royal'' (on which Ted once played a patient - though he and Amy never appeared on screen together. An opportunity missed there, surely?)
 
He was at one time the warm-up man to that laugh-a-minute gagathon that is [[Mastermind]].
He was at one time the warm-up man to that laugh-a-minute gagathon that is [[Mastermind]].
He's also an actor and has had parts in several TV dramas, such as "Mersey Beat" and "The Street", as well as a film, namely "Calendar Girls". In addition, he's been an actor on at least one edition of the BBC2 kids' series 'Prank Patrol', helping to set up the prank.
He's also an actor and has had parts in several TV dramas, such as "Mersey Beat" and "The Street", as well as a film, namely "Calendar Girls". In addition, he's been an actor on at least one edition of the BBC2 kids' series 'Prank Patrol', helping to set up the prank.
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[[Category:People|Robbins, Ted]]
[[Category:People|Robbins, Ted]]

Current revision as of 13:36, 30 September 2020

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Biography

Brother of TV impressionist Kate Robbins, who played Bernie the computerised image on the ill-fated The National Lottery Big Ticket and Amy Robbins, best known for playing Dr. Weatherill in The Royal (on which Ted once played a patient - though he and Amy never appeared on screen together. An opportunity missed there, surely?)

Trivia

He was at one time the warm-up man to that laugh-a-minute gagathon that is Mastermind.

He's also an actor and has had parts in several TV dramas, such as "Mersey Beat" and "The Street", as well as a film, namely "Calendar Girls". In addition, he's been an actor on at least one edition of the BBC2 kids' series 'Prank Patrol', helping to set up the prank.

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