|Ryan Robbins (Charlie Connor)|
Actor Name: Ryan Robbins
Character Name: Charlie Connor
Character Bio: Charlie Connor is one of Samuel Anders' resistance fighters. He is present at the meeting with Sharon Agathon at Breeders Canyon and later takes part in the attack on the New Caprica Detention Center. He lost his seven year old son Kevin during the temple raids on New Caprica and, back on the Galactica, is part of a tribunal authorized by Tom Zarek to sentence and execute collaborators.
He's currently serving drinks in Joe's Bar.
Actor Bio: Ryan Robbins was born on November 26 in Victoria BC, Canada. He attended arts oriented schools where he wrote, produced, directed and starred in high-school productions; having his first taste of Shakespeare at the age of twelve. After high-school, Ryan began his professional career as a circus performer and he helped form an experimental band, Hellenkeller. One stage with his band one night he was discovered by a local filmmaker, launching his career into the world of film and television.
A character actor, Ryan is constantly reinventing himself; aspiring to keep each character fresh and unique. He guest starred in reoccurring roles on Blade, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate: Atlantis, The Collector and played the lead in the series Alice I Think. Ryan can also be seen in the independent films The Cabin Movie and When Jessie was Born (a multiple award winner) as the lead. His other credits include Supernatural, Smallville, Catwoman, Walking Tall, The Days, Kingdom Hospital, The Bug (winner of three Leo Awards) and both Steven Spielberg’s Taken and Into the West. He currently works on the webvideo project Sanctuary and has several upcoming movies.
Ryan is married to actress Rebecca Reichert and they have one daughter.
IMDB Link: Ryan Robbins
Official (Fan) Website: Ryan Robbins Fans
Trivia: Ryan Robbins initially guest starred as the Armistice Station Officer the Mini Series, but since he was so unrecognisable because of his make up, he was asked for the part of Charlie Connor in Season 3.
What he's doing now: Currently starring on SciFi Channel's Battlestar Galactica and the webvideo project Sanctuary. He also always stars in numerous independent short and feature movies.
Interviews: Ryan Robbins GALACTICA.TV interview