Robin would love to star in Celebrity Poker Showdown.
Robin watches professional poker all the time on TV.
Robin received the 2005 Breakthrough of the Year Award from Hollywood Life Magazine.
Robin played Kate in the movie Reservations (2008), and Caden Cotard's daughter in the movie Synecdoche, New York (2008).
Robin had a decade-long stage career in New York.
Robin was nominated for Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel awards for her acclaimed turn in Richard Nelson's play Madame Melville.
Robin's Off-Broadway credits include A Place at the Table, Arms and the Man, Hamlet, Understudying Liev Schreiber, Goodnight, Children Everywhere, Pride's Crossing, and The Three Sisters.
Robin has appeared regionally at McCarter, Arena Stage, Long Wharf, New York Stage and Film, and the Berkshire Theatre Festival.
Robin bought a piano and a flat-screen television using her poker earnings.
Robin is obsessed with playing poker.
Robin received a Theatre Critics Circle Award for playing the role of Josie in the Broadway revival of A Moon for the Misbegotten.
Robin also worked as a receptionist.
Robin's hero is her 95-year-old grandfather, Harold Laufman, a retired surgeon and author.
Robin is of Jewish heritage.
Robin was nominated in 2004 for an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in the TV series Deadwood.
Robin graduated from Brandeis University in the class of 1991.
Robin: There's no bitchiness about anybody. There are people that come into the set when they're not called for work just because they want to hang around each other. Where else do you see that? That's the world we're talking about.
Robin: Just when you're comfortable is when the rug usually gets pulled out from under you.
Robin: (On wearing corsets) I had one experience of wearing the corset for a long shoot, and I felt like such a wuss. I was just miserable and I thought, 'God this is what (the other women in the cast) have to do all the time!'
Robin: I am the world's worst waitress.
Robin: (On her first nude scene) This was very hard on my soul. I wont lie to you," she says. And because Calamity Jane is "so homely, it's not only being naked, it's being naked in an incredibly unflattering light and being covered in filth. The first time you take your clothes off in front of a lover you want to look appealing, and it's the same thing if you're taking your clothes off in front of millions of people.