Robin Duke is best known for her work on the comedy series SCTV and for her three years at Saturday Night Live. She has appeared in many films, most notably Harold Ramis’ films: Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, Multiplicity with Michael Keaton, Stuart Smalley Saves His Family, and Club Paradise with Robin Williams. She had a lead role opposite George Wendt in John Candy’s made-for-TV directorial debut, Hostage for a Day.
Robin enjoys writing humorous ‘slice of life’ essays for various national publications including Today’s Parent, Homemaker’s Magazine, National Post and Canadian Living.
She has received an Emmy nomination for her writing on SNL and a Gemini nomination for her role as Grace on North of 60. For her work writing and performing on SCTV, she has received an Earle Grey Award and a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame. She is currently a professor at the School of Creative and Performing Arts at Humber College in their Comedy Program.