Leo Award-winning Kristen Robek is a Canadian dancer, director, and actor best known for her work in the 2005 medical emergency docudrama 14 Hours. Her other notable works include My Sweet Audrina, Tempbot, A Girl’s best friend, Faces in the Crowd, and so on.
Kirsten was born on 9th January 1975 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada under the birth sign Capricorn. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. Being a very private person, Kirsten has not disclosed any information regarding her parents, childhood, siblings, and family.
She graduated from York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with a BFA degree. Robek also enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, California.
Talking about her personal life, Kirsten is a married woman. She is happily married to actor Stephen Holmes.
The couple first met on the set of Stargate SG-1 and eventually started dating. The couple has been married for quite a long time although the exact marriage date is unavailable.
As mentioned above, Kirsten lives a low-key life and never really opens up about her private life. There is no information regarding her past affairs, boyfriend, or children.
As of 2019, Kirsten is worth around $1 million. The main source of her income is her acting career, however, her endorsements, advertisements deal, and sponsorship also add to her fortune.
As per sources, the average salary of an actor ranges from $50,313 to $60,000 annually. All in all, we can assume that Robek is also paid near or above the average rate.
She, initially, started her career as a dancer and later moved to acting. She has worked across USA and Canada in movies, TV shows, and theatre. As of 2019, Kirsten appeared in one episode of Critters: A New Binge where she played the role of Veronica. Her notable film works include Rufus 2, The Edge of Seventeen, Timeless, Murder, She Baked: A Deadly Recipe, The Magicians, and several more.