An actress--best known for her role in Martin Scorsese's "Mean Streets" (1973)--turned independent producer, Robinson has worked primarily in partnership with Griffin Dunne, forming Triple Play Productions with him and Mark Metcalfe in 1977 and Double Play Productions, sans Metcalfe, in 1982. She enjoyed critical and commercial success with "After Hours" (1985), which reunited her with director Scorsese. Robinson is also active with Robert Redford's Sundance Institute.
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First film appearance in "Sisters"
TV movie acting debut, "A Brand New Life"
Formed Triple Play Productions with Griffin Dunne and Mark Metcalfe
First feature as producer, "Chilly Scenes of Winter" (released by UA as "Head Over Heels," with ending changed by studio; finally released with original title and ending in 1982)
Formed Double Play Productions with Dunne to produce "Baby It's You"