Mylène Dinh-Robic
Rita Mah

MYLÈNE DINH-ROBIC made her screen debut guest starring in an episode of Da Vinci's Inquest in 2003. The primarily theatre-trained actress had just moved to Vancouver to strengthen and further develop her on-screen technique when she landed the plum role. Her other television credits include The 4400, Young Blades, and Tru Calling.

Born in St. Jerome, Quebec, Dinh-Robic grew up in Montreal where her love of the stage led her to roles in a slate of plays at Montreal's Queen Mary Theatre such as Lend Me a Tenor, Noises Off, Lady Windemere's Fan, Ring Around the Moon, Charlie's Aunt and Pygmalion. More recently, she performed in Vancouver's Screaming Weenie Productions' The Well of Horniness and Metro Theatre's Cards on the Table.

Dinh-Robic graduated with Distinction from Concordia University's Communications Studies program and studied acting with Gilles Plouffe of Montreal's Strasberg Workshop. She continues to hone her craft at the Lyric School of Acting with Nancy Sivak.