|Born Name||Cynthia Addai-Robinson|
|Birth Place||London, United Kingdon|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches|
|Age||34 years old|
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Cynthia Addai-Robinson is always excited when she grabs a new role because she loves to build a character from the ground up and challenge herself. She said that she is happy to intimidate herself as that is where growth comes from.
Robinson is always learning from her cast and improving herself which is why she is loved by directors in Hollywood. Let’s take a peek into the life of The Accountant hitmaker.
What Earned Cynthia Addai-Robinson Thousands of Dollars?
Cynthia Addai-Robinson has been a part of many notable series from which she has earned a decent amount of money. She has an estimated net worth of $500,000.
Like any other great actor, Cynthia started her career from the theatre. She graduated with an acting degree and started working in plays right after graduation. She got her first role on television in 2002 in an episode of The Education of Max Bickford.
After that, she hustled her way through Hollywood by making small appearances in TV shows until her big break came, but that opportunity was stolen when somebody else was chosen for the role. The Spartacus hitmaker was about to play the role of Melanie Barnett in The Game but was replaced by Tia Mowry.
Cynthia finally made her big debut in Colombiana where she appears alongside Zoe Saldana and Amandla Stenberg. This brought a lot of light on Cynthia which led to her casting in Spartacus which is one of the most expensive shows on TV with a production budget of $2 million per episode. Cynthia received an estimated amount of $20,000 per episode.
How The Accountant Changed Her Career?
Cynthia got an opportunity of a lifetime when she appeared on the 2016 movie The Accountant where she starred alongside great actors like JK Simmons and Ben Affleck. She said that the role helped her sharpen her acting skills and she got to learn from some great actors throughout the shooting of the movie. And plus she received a paycheck of $120,000 for the movie. The movie had a production budget of $44 million and grossed $155.2 million worldwide.
Appearing in Power
Cynthia joined the cast of Power in 2019 for its final season. Robinson played the character of Ramona Garrity, a mysterious character. She appears alongside 50 Cent, Tommy Egan, Joseph Sikora, La La Anthony in the series.
Blissful Romance with the Love of Her Life
The 34 years old Cynthia Addai-Robinson is in a relationship with Thomas Hefferon. The duo started dating in July of 2018 and their love has become really deep over the years.
Thomas keeps bombarding his followers with glimpses of her and her lover having a good time. He is a self-taught Irish Filmmaker.
Thomas Hefferon wished a Happy Valentine to Cynthia on his Instagram and said that every day is an adventure with her. He also said that he is pretty pumped up to spend the rest of his life with her. “Because every day is Valentine’s Day with you, I love you so much, cheers to many more” Cynthia replied.
It looks like they are going to take the walk down the aisle very soon. Well, that is good news for her fans who have been waiting to see the gorgeous actress in a marital relationship. Cynthia Addai-Robinson previously dated her Arrow co-actor, Manu Bennett.
Raised in an Interracial Family
The family moved to the States when she was 4. The Power-hitmaker attended and graduated from Montogomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland. She is also a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater.
Quick Facts: Cynthia Addai-Robinson
- Cynthia Addai-Robinson trained at the renowned Lee Strasberg Theater Institute.
- She loves to dance and is a proficient ballet dancer.
- The Spartacus hitmaker was trained by Navy SEALs and New Zealand Special Air Service during the shooting of Spartacus.
- She holds 35 acting credits to herself including Shooter and Arrow series.
- Cynthia loves listening to music and she listens to songs every day.
- Her mother is her biggest source of inspiration.
- She can talk some Spanish.
- Robinson believes Instagram is friendlier than Twitter.