Robin D. Stanton was born in Jakarta, Indonesia. As a kid, Robin attended Catholic schools and developed a keen interest in sciences - particularly in mathematics. After graduating high school, he hesitated about going to college and decided to go to Europe. He picked the city of Cologne in Germany and flew there to study German. His stay had to end up being a short one, as Robin then joined his family in America. He enrolled at one of the state universities of California in Los Angeles, majoring in Business, and graduated magna cum laude. Following his commencement, however, he felt his enthusiasm was elsewhere. When he came across Playhouse West in Hollywood, CA, he discovered his true passion for the craft of acting. Robin spent six months at Playhouse West studying Meisner's technique. He subsequently came across the famed film director / screenwriter Martin Donovan, who would introduce him to Stanislavsky's method a la Chekhov.
Tom in "Drug Addiction," directed by Marcos Jason Valdovinos;
Protester in "Welcome Home, Soldier" at Playhouse West, Hollywood, CA.
Foreign languages (fluent in German and competent in Spanish).