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Robbie Kay – All Body Measurements

Robbie Kay Body Measurements

Biography - A Short Wiki

Robbie Kay has a hot body! All measurements are covered here!

Actor whose film and television credits include 2007’s Fugitive Pieces and the 2008’s Pinocchio. He played Peter Pan in 11 episodes of the series Once Upon a Time. He played Tommy Clark in the NBC series Heroes Reborn.

After seeing a recruitment flyer for child actors, he earned a speaking role in The Illusionist. Unfortunately, his scene was cut from the final version. He appeared early in his career in Hannibal Rising and My Boy Jack.

He played a young boy dying of cancer in the 2010 film Ways To Live Forever, which stars Ben Chaplin and Emilia Fox.

He spent his childhood in England, Belgium, and the Czech Republic. His father Ivan grew up in Peterborough and his mother Stephanie lived in Newcastle upon Tyne.

He and actor Josh Dallas both appeared in the ABC series Once Upon a Time.

Body Measurements Table

Here is the body measurement information of Robbie Kay. Check out all known statistics in the table below!

Height171 cm, 5′7″ (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

When ‘Breaking Bad’ was on, I would have loved to have been a part of that.

Robbie Kay

To be honest, Peter Pan was one of those fairy tales that I sort of related to, and I think that’s the case with a lot of kids.

Robbie Kay

To portray an iconic character has been brilliant in itself, and to be able to do that on a show like ‘Once Upon a Time’ enhances that because the show puts a spin on characters and makes them very different and puts core values that are very different that aren’t in the original fairy tales a lot of people relate to.

Robbie Kay

To be honest, Peter Pan was one of those fairy tales that I sort of related to, and I think that’s the case with a lot of kids. The whole idea of escapism really resonates with a lot of kids.

Robbie Kay

There are a lot of similarities with film and TV, but also a lot of differences, especially in the way they film stuff.

Robbie Kay

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