Mylène Dinh-Robic
Rita Mah

MYLÈNE DINH-ROBIC grew up in Montreal where her love of the stage led her to roles in a slate of plays with the Queen Mary Theatre company, including Noises Off, Lady Windermere's Fan and Pygmalion. She more recently performed in Vancouver at The Beaumont Studio's one act play festival in Different and in the Screaming Weenie Productions' The Well of Horniness. She remains committed to the stage and continues to train and work in live performance.

Dinh-Robic made her screen debut guest starring in an episode of DaVinci's Inquest in 2003. Other credits now include Battlestar Galactica, The 4400 and True Calling. She most recently was a series regular on DaVinci's City Hall, starring opposite Nicholas Campbell as city handler Rita Mah. She has also co-starred opposite Alexandra Holden and Paul Johansson in the Lifetime television movie A Trick of the Mind and can be seen opposite Anne Archer in the upcoming suspense thriller Judicial Indiscretion. She was directed by Ross Weber in the recently released Vancouver feature film Mount Pleasant and by Spencer Maybee in the indie short L'oiseau Mort.

Dinh-Robic graduated with distinction from Concordia University's Communications Studies program, studied acting with Gilles Plouffe at Montreal's John Strasberg Ateliers and furthered her technique with Nancy Sivak at Vancouver's Lyric School of Acting. She continues to hone her craft at Benjamin Ratner's Studio and Warren Robertson's Workshop.