Robin-John Gibb (RJ) has dual citizenship in the USA and UK. He was educated at: Ashfold School in Dorton, New College in Oxford in UK, Cushman School and Gulliver Academy in USA.
RJ has a life-long love of film and theatre. He first studied drama at Gulliver Academy, then subsequently enrolled in courses at RADA for both Classical and Contemporary Drama in the UK, and at The London Academy of Media, Film and TV. He also enrolled in a screenwriting course at the NFTS in Beaconsfield.
He has been studying drama with Andy Hinds, ex-RADA teacher and leading director and acting teacher in Ireland, currently artistic director of Classic Stage Ireland.
RJ is also a composer. He formed a band: The High Rollers, performing in Miami. In the UK he was asked to provide music for a series of films on Irish History by Blue Egg Productions. The first of these, Blind Eye was released in 2008. RJ has been asked to act in the others, as well as continuing to compose the music. RJ also composed music for "Blood-Type - The Search", a Vampire series currently in development, co-writing, producing and performing the song Instant Love with his father Robin Gibb. In the taster for the series, RJ plays Belisar, a Vampire Lord.
He is associate producer on the feature film Road To Nowhere (The film was nominated for a Golden Lion at this year's 67th Venice Film Festival at which the director Monty Hellman received a Special Lion Award.)
RJ has co-written, produced, and starred in a short film called "Anaemia". He has also composed the music for Anaemia.
When not pursuing music and acting, he is usually absorbed in his other passions, theoretical physics and quantum mechanics.
Robin-John has a particular facility in accents and has mastered several different colloquial accents of the USA and UK.