Steven Robertson is a Actor British born on 1 january 1977
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Steven Robertson (born 1 January 1977) is a Scottish theatre, film and television actor best known for his role as a young man with cerebral palsy in Inside I'm Dancing and for playing Dominic Rook in the popular BBC Three comedy-drama series Being Human. He has had roles in numerous television programs including Luther and The Bletchley Circle. He also played Constable Sandy Wilson on the TV adaptation of Ann Cleeves's Shetland, filmed near where Robertson was born and brought up. Robertson has won an Ian Charleson Award for his role in Chekhov's The Seagull. He battled and overcame severe dyslexia as a child and went on to be named Fife College's Student of the Year.
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Robertson grew up in the small village of Vidlin in the Shetland Islands with his two sisters. Before pursuing an acting career, he worked as an odd-job man in his village. Growing up, he was close to the Shetland poet Rhoda Bulter. He stated that she was the trigger for him pursuing a career in performing by telling him old Shetland tales. Roberston was the first Shetlander to be accepted into the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Whilst there he met his girlfriend, actress Charlotte Allam. He is also a member of Aya Theatre and has starred in their adaptation of George Orwell's Burmese Days as Flory. He currently lives in Hertfordshire.
Vidlin Primary School
Brae High School
Anderson High School, Lerwick
Orkney College - Studying Agriculture
Fife College (Drama), Kirkcaldy (named Student of the Year)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London