Nancy Robertson

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Nancy Robertson

Born

Vancouver, B.C., Canada

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Female
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Biography

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Nancy Robertson has lived in Vancouver all her life. When not working in television or movies, she likes to relax by performing with the Vancouver Theatresports Improv League.

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Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Nancy, along with the rest of her Corner Gas co-stars, was nominated for a 2007 Gemini Award in the category of "Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series for the episode "Gopher It".

    • Nancy won a BC dramafest award for "Best Supporting Actress" for her part in Standing on my Knees.

    • Robertson studied drama all through high school and attended the Breck Academy, as well as The Vancouver Arts Club Theatre Program, and various workshops in Los Angeles.

    • Nancy used to get kicked out of her school library because she put on plays for her classmates' amusement.

    • Nancy's height is 5'1" (1.55 m).

    • Nancy, along with the rest of her Corner Gas co-stars, was nominated for a 2006 Gemini Award in the category of "Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series."

    • Nancy Robertson, along with the rest of the Corner Gas cast, appeared in a comedy benefit held in O'Hanlan's Pub in Regina, Saskatchewan on August 25, 2006. The night of comedy was held to support the Rachel Davis Foundation, a charity started by Corner Gas co-star, Janet Wright.

    • Nancy married her Corner Gas co-star, Brent Butt, on November 19, 2005; the cast of Corner Gas attended the wedding.

  • Quotes

    • Nancy Robertson (On Corner Gas): It's a nice half hour show that happens to be funny. It's a comfortable half-hour show that's funny. Just a comedic half-hour show.

    • Nancy Robertson (On being part of the Vancouver TheatreSports): I do it periodically. It's a good thing for an actor to do because it keeps you on your toes and you're so used to improvising that when you go into an audition and they go, "That's great. Can we try something different?" you're not, "Oh my God! But I prepared two days for this!" You can switch it up and actually thrive on it. It's a great tool. So acting in the day; TV, film or whatever. Then on the weekends go and do some improv.

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