Except for the occasional commercial advertisement, Robia is now retired from acting and is focusing her attention on full-time Christian counseling and evangelism.
When Robia was 16 she made her first music video, Debbie Gibson's "Shake Your Love".
Robia plays a singer in the Capcom Playstation game "Fox Hunt". Also, while working with Prince, she and fellow dancer Lori Werner ("Diamond" to Robia's "Pearl") wrote and recorded a never-released song called "51 Hours", with Prince producing and providing back-up vocals; Robia raps most of her lyrics.
Robia spoke Italian in a red sports car for a Mitsubisi commercial.
Robia's favourite books are The Bible and everything written by Kenneth Hagin.
Some of Robia's favorite movies are The Joy Luck Club, Braveheart, The Princess Bride, Whale Rider, Shakespeare in Love and Moulin Rouge!
Robia's favorite food is steak.
Robia has starred in over 30 music videos.
In 1994 Robia appeared in the independent feature "The Pros & Cons of Breathing", and in 1997 she appeared in "Spawn".
Robia is 5'6" (1.68 m) tall.
Robia is currently writing a book entitled "The Key To Free: How To Unleash Your Full Potential Using Biblical Principles".
Robia is a born-again Christian.
From the beginning, Robia was only supposed to appear in one episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but her character, and the chemistry between her and co-star Anthony Stewart Head was so evident that she remained on the show for two seasons.
Robia: I had kind of a gypsy childhood. I traveled all around the country. I grew up everywhere. I lived in Aspen, CO. I lived in Maryland. I lived in a bunch of the [Florida] Keys, and then I lived in Connecticut, right before I moved out here with my dad, when I was fourteen.
Robia (On her role as Buffy's Jenny Calendar): Jenny is such a great role. It's wonderful to play a character who is smart, sexy and funny. Really good writing is so rare and Buffy just gets it all right. It's the kind of role I've dreamed of since I started my career.
Robia: C'mon. Gimme a break. I'm a girl. I don't follow any sports at all.
Robia: I started working professionally at 16 and was blessed to have a great career. I was travelling around the world and working with amazing people when I was far too young to really appreciate it! Working with Prince was the icing on the cake. I realized that I had achieved most of what there was to achieve as a dancer and wanted to leave dance at the top of my game. Acting seemed like the next logical step for someone who had little singing talent.
Robia: I was driving home from their [Robia's parents] house, and I decided to talk to God. "Ok God," I said. "You know I believe in You, but I don't get the whole Jesus/born again Christian thing. If Jesus really is the way, then you need to show me. If you make it clear to me in a way that I can relate to and understand, then I'll check it out." As I was praying this, I noticed that my car was suddenly in the middle of a gang of Hells Angels on their bikes. Leather clad bikers were in front of me and a few on each side. I thought how ironic it was to be praying to God and have all those Hells Angels around me. Well, I looked a little closer at the guys in front of me and they all had crosses on the back of their helmets and crosses on the back of their jackets. Above the cross on each leather jacket were the words "We Ride For Jesus." I couldn't help but laugh. The prayer was barely out of my mouth, and moments later, I was surrounded by Jesus bikers.