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Ben Robson (born 4 February 1984; Age: 37 years) is a popular actor, model, television personality, media face, and social media star from the United Kingdom. He is famously known for his role as Craig Cody in ‘Animal Kingdom’ TV series. Let me tell you that he worked in the Vikings TV series. Ben was also called as a guest in the ‘Hollywood Today Live’ series and ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ series. Keep reading this article to know each detail about Ben Robson’s Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Girlfriend, Biography, Family, Lifestyle, Profession, net worth & trivia. A Violent Separation Aamya Deva Keroles Animal Kingdom Ben Robson California Christina Ochoa Cressida Bonas Dracula: The Dark Prince Dreams Play Apart Emily Deschanel Emma Holly Jones Emperor Everything Carries Me to You Jake Weary James Robson Janet Montgomery Kelly Wenham Los Angeles Luke Roberts Matthew Rhys Molly Gordon Newcastle upon Tyne Pearry Reginald Teo Richard Ashton Scott Speedman Shawn Hatosy Stella Adler Studio of Acting Stephanie Robson Stowe School The Boy The Goldilocks Effect Tony Robson United Kingdom United States University of the West of England Vikings.Viewers who first became acquainted with Ben Robson when he was wielding a sword on the historical series "Vikings" (History Channel, 2013-) may have assumed from his confident presence on screen that he had always planned to be an actor, but Robson actually found his start in acting comparatively late. Born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England in 1984, Robson had never participated in school plays, and attended University of West of England in Bristol to earn a degree in business. It wasn't until he was 25 years old that the inspiration to become an actor struck him quite suddenly. Despite it being difficult to explain to friends and family, Robson flew to L.A. to study at the Stella Adler Academy, where he learned his craft and eventually appeared in stage productions like "The Goldilocks Effect." He landed his first professional film role in the movie "Dracula: The Dark Prince" (2013), appearing alongside veteran actor Jon Voight. He would next appear in the horror film "The Boy" (2016) before joining the cast of "Vikings" as Kalf. After appearing on the series for its entire second season, he moved on to co-star on the crime drama series "Animal Kingdom" (TNT, 2016-).

Ben Robson: Sure. I think Craig has always struggled to try and find balance in his life, whether it was just his partying, his addiction, or whatever it might be. And so I think through the season, now we have the responsibility of his kid, Nick, and then trying to sort of ensure that he grows up in a better way than he believes he did through Smurf. So I think we just see this constant struggle and conflict within his sort of the demons with himself, plus just trying to create the best platform for his kid to grow up. And I think it's a constant challenge with the environment that he's a part of, day in, day out. Ben Robson: With every generation of parent to child as well, you always feel as you've been hard done by certain things and you would have done things differently. You try and correct the mistakes or do the things that you believe would have been right for you. And I'm sure with whatever Craig does for Nick, Nick will probably correct the very things that he believes should have been done differently, so it's really interesting. But it's definitely brought a lot of his cynicism down a bit, and I think you start to see a lot more thought behind his actions rather than just having this impulsive desire, just sort of for the moment. Now that he has someone that he has to look after and take care of, it really does change him; he sort of matures a little bit. And I think his tolerance, the stuff that he won't accept with regard to the family and people in general has changed his outlook, which I believe happens for most people when they have a baby. Ben Robson: That's kind of the great thing about the show: it's just it's so hard to predict anything that goes on. I think the unpredictability, the nature of everything that's gone on with the show is what's been one of its biggest strengths. The fact that we lost Ellen (Smurf) and we lost Scott (Baz), it's just hard to ever know what's lurking around the corner. Just when you start getting comfortable with any dynamic within the family, there's always something that comes out of nowhere and leads to pretty devastating consequences. It's kind of dangerous to feel comfortable with anything going on within it because anytime something can change because there are so many enemies lurking in the shadows of Oceanside, maybe even further afield. It's a lot more vulnerability now when you have another child within the family, and I think it takes a lot more protection and there's a definite place to hurt the family even more now, as it did with Lena and Baz. I think something very easily could happen with Craig, and Renn, and Nick and it's just another member of the family that could potentially be a target for a willing enemy. (Source: bleedingcool.com)

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Christina is a Spanish actress and has worked in many movies such as Cats Dancing on Jupiter, A Million Little Things, Animal Kingdom, and many others. Apart from this, Robson was also rumored of dating actress Cressida Bonas but later it came to know that nothing romantic is going on between the two. Well, Ben is not a married man. He is doing an incredible role in the ‘Animal Kingdom’ TV series. Ben is working as Craig Cody since 2016 and has worked in 60 episodes. His other co-actors are Shawn Hatosy, Molly Gordon, Jake Weary, Scott Speedman, Aamya Deva Keroles, Christina Ochoa, Emily Deschanel, and others. Apart from this, he has also appeared in A Violent Separation, Emperor, The Boy, and others movies. A Violent Separation Aamya Deva Keroles Animal Kingdom Ben Robson California Christina Ochoa Cressida Bonas Dracula: The Dark Prince Dreams Play Apart Emily Deschanel Emma Holly Jones Emperor Everything Carries Me to You Jake Weary James Robson Janet Montgomery Kelly Wenham Los Angeles Luke Roberts Matthew Rhys Molly Gordon Newcastle upon Tyne Pearry Reginald Teo Richard Ashton Scott Speedman Shawn Hatosy Stella Adler Studio of Acting Stephanie Robson Stowe School The Boy The Goldilocks Effect Tony Robson United Kingdom United States University of the West of England Vikings .

Viewers who first became acquainted with Ben Robson when he was wielding a sword on the historical series "Vikings" (History Channel, 2013-) may have assumed from his confident presence on screen that he had always planned to be an actor, but Robson actually found his start in acting comparatively late. Born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England in 1984, Robson had never participated in school plays, and attended University of West of England in Bristol to earn a degree in business. It wasn't until he was 25 years old that the inspiration to become an actor struck him quite suddenly. Despite it being difficult to explain to friends and family, Robson flew to L.A. to study at the Stella Adler Academy, where he learned his craft and eventually appeared in stage productions like "The Goldilocks Effect." He landed his first professional film role in the movie "Dracula: The Dark Prince" (2013), appearing alongside veteran actor Jon Voight. He would next appear in the horror film "The Boy" (2016) before joining the cast of "Vikings" as Kalf. After appearing on the series for its entire second season, he moved on to co-star on the crime drama series "Animal Kingdom" (TNT, 2016-). Animal Kingdom, the movie, was one of my favorite films, and when I heard it was becoming a series I was interested. What I needed to move forward for TV adaptations… she instills a loyalty with her sons; in TV you can explore the character dynamics of the characters more than films… seeing the dynamics of the relationship unfold and shot in California was a great current day place due to proximity to Mexico. Lately, there seems to be a never-ending influx of British actors into the Hollywood spotlight. There was Idris Elba, the Charlie Hunnam the scene, with both having their unique appeal to the fairer sex. The term heartthrob is being tossed around when it comes to British actors, as of late, and they just keep coming. The latest British actor to stake their claim to the hearts of American women is Ben Robson, 32. He established a name for himself in his star role in the show History’s Vikings, and now he has moved into the bad boy role in the new series, Animal Kingdom. (Source: tvovermind.com)

 

 

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