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Louise Robey
Birthday: 14 March 1960

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Louise Robey. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@spybee.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Louise Ann Robey was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1960, the daughter of an Air Force Major and a London stage actress. Robey was educated in schools throughout Europe, and learned a number of languages while also developing her talents in dance, music and painting. At age 15, she studied dance at the London Royal Academy of Ballet, then returned to Canada hoping to pursue a career in music and dance. In 1979, while sunbathing on the French Riviera, Robey was spotted by the famed photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue, who photographed her and got her a 12-page spread in "Vogue Paris" that same year. Those pictures launched Robey on a successful modeling career. Robey moved to America during the early 1980s and formed a band in New York under the name "Louise and the Creeps." They broke up before they recorded anything, but Robey persevered. In 1984, Robey landed a recording contract on the Silver Blue Label. Her debut album, "Robey" was released; it contained 8 tracks, including one which became the album's first single, the wildly popular hit "One Night In Bangkok." This song reached #5 on the Billboard Dance Chart in late 1984, but from the way it was played on radio stations all over America, it seemed more popular than that, with its great beat, and lyrics of a far-off land, and risqué nights. Other singles followed. Beautiful Robey was a natural for TV, and in 1987 she landed her signature role of Micki Foster in "Friday the 13th: The Series" which ran for 3 seasons and 72 episodes. Robey was out of the spotlight for 1991 but returned in 1992 with the erotic thriller _Play Nice (1992)_ (qv). In 1994, Robey married Charles Francis Topham de Vere Beauclerk, Lord of Burford (Burford is a small town near Oxford in the United Kingdom). Robey's marriage to the Earl has made her Countess of Burford. They have one son, James. Their marriage ended in early 2001, and the two share custody of their son. Robey toured the UK briefly in the summer of 2000 with I.E. Soul. In January 2001, Robey began recording with producer Mark Harwood at Spring Vale Studios in Suffolk, UK. Robey also has her own rock band Fourman Fubar, and is involved in a dance music project titled "A Guy Called Dready." Robey is still fondly remembered for "Friday the 13th: The Series," which is being rerun in syndication. Robey got where she is today by hard work, though her fans might say the results are nothing short of magical.

Biography courtesy of the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com).


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Play Nice (1992)
Ann Dusenberry ] 
Money Pit, The (1986)
Raw Deal (1986)
Kathryn Harrold ] 

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