Natalie Robb - Bikini Beach Photoshoot

Scottish actress

Natalie J. Robb is a Scottish actress born in Bellshill, Glasgow on 3 December 1974

Robb is best known for her roles in continuing dramas, initially playing Trish McDonald in Take the High Road before spending one season in the Sky One series Dream Team. She then spent three years in the BBC One daytime soap Doctors before leaving for her most high profile role of an undercover journalist posing as a police officer PC Andrea Dunbar in The Bill. Her character was based on the BBC's Secret Policeman, Mark Daly, who infiltrated Greater Manchester Police and exposed racism among officers. Robb named Daly as a huge influence on her, and says she was thrilled to meet him at BAFTAs, where he picked up a gong for his work. Robb appeared in EastEnders in July 2006 as Gemma Clewes, the mistress of Max Branning. Later that year she appeared in New Tricks. In March 2007, she appeared in a TV show called Kitchen with Eddie Izzard and in April played the part of museum curator Carla in Sea of Souls. In July 2008, she appeared in The Shepherd: Border Patrol with Jean Claude Van Damme, where she played Ramona Garcia, a no nonsense Captain of Border Patrol and love interest of Van Damme. In 2009, she played the part of a counsellor in BBC One drama Waterloo Road. Later in 2009, it was announced that Robb had joined the cast of Emmerdale as part of a new farming family, the Bartons. She plays mother-of-three Moira Barton, alongside James Thornton, Adam Thomas, Sophie Powles and Grace Cassidy. She made her Emmerdale debut on 17 July 2009.


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