Kimberly Anne McCullough is an American actress, television director and dancer. She is best known for her role as Robin Scorpio in the drama General Hospital, a role she debuted at age 7, playing the character from 1985 to 2001 with a 2004 streak. Then McCullough returned to the series. in 2005 as a doctor and left in 2012. She has appeared as a sporadic guest since July 2012. However, in August 2013, McCullough signed a contract to return to the show full-time. McCullough also played the character in an episode of the GH spinoff series Port Charles and in several episodes of All My Children. In the summer of 2007, again as Robin, she played one of the lead roles in GH's first spin-off, General Hospital: Night Shift. McCullough is also director of ABC, hiding other directors.
|Born||Kimberly Anne McCullough, March 5, 1978, Bellflower, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Actress, dancer, director|
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Actress best known for her tenure as Robin Scorpio on the soap opera General Hospital, joining the cast in 1985.
Her first on-screen appearance was at the age of seven months in a diaper commercial.
She had to audition for the General Hospital part of Robin Scorpio 12 times before finally getting it.
Her mother, a dance teacher, got her involved in acting, along with dancing and gymnastics. She has two pet dogs.
She reprised her character on one episode of the General Hospital spin-off show Port Charles, starring Erin Hershey.
- Winner of the Day Emmy Award for Best Young Actress in a Television Series
- Female television directors
- The winner of the Day Emmy Award
- The actresses are from California
Latest information about Kimberly McCullough updated on June 20 2021.