Cindy Robbins Bio, Affair, Widow, Net Worth, Age, Nationality

(Actress, Producer, Writer)

Relationship Facts of Cindy Robbins

  • Cindy Robbins is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • Her sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Cindy Robbins is currently single. She was previously married to Robert Chenault from 1983 to 2009. The demise of Robert led her to live her single life.

Previously, she was married to Tommy Leonetti on November 27, 1965, in Beverly Hills. He was a New Jersey singer-songwriter.

They all moved to Sydney and lived there for the remainder of the 1960s and for most of the 1970s. Later, they returned to America in the late 1970s. Unfortunately, Tommy died in 1979.

She has a daughter named Kimberly Beck (actress) born in January 1956, in Glendale, California. However, her biological father is still unknown.

Who is Cindy Robbins?

Cindy Robbins is an American television actress and producer/writer. She is best known for her role in ‘I Was a Teenage Werewolf’ in 1957, ‘ABC Weekend Specials’ in 1977, and ‘This Earth Is Mine’ in 1977.

She is active in the film career since 1955.

Cindy Robbins: Age, Parents, Education, Ethnicity

She was born on January 5, 1937, in Hammond, Louisiana, USA. She is currently 83 years old. Her birth name is Cynthia Robichaux. Her father’s name is Louis Robinux but information about her mother is missing.

Robbins holds American citizenship but her ethnicity is unknown.

Talking about her education history, she has not disclosed any information about her college and institution’s names.

Cindy Robbins: Professional Life and Career

Cindy Robbins began acting on television from the episode ‘Moonfire’ in 1995 of the television series ‘Brave Eagle’. She appeared as a ballerina in the ‘Bullets and Ballet’ episode of ‘Tightrope!’. She also appeared as Carol Porter on the sitcom ‘The Tom Ewell Show’ from 1960 to 1961.

Cindy appeared in television in comedy shows like ‘Father Knows Best’, ‘The Adventure of Ozzie and Harriet’, ‘Leave It To Beaver’, and dramas like ‘Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse’, ‘Tightrope’, and ‘Dragnet’.

Her notable film roles include Pearl in ‘I Was a Teenage Werewolf’ in 1957, as Sylvia in ‘Dino’ in 1957, the bride in ‘Gunsight Ridge’ in 1957 and as Buz Dietrick in ‘This Earth is Mine’ in 1959.

Cindy Robbins is also the writer and producer of ‘BC Weekends Specials’, and a ‘CBS Schoolbreak Special’. She also wrote for the TV cartoon series ‘Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats’ in 1984.

Awards, Nominations

She was nominated for Golden Globe Award in the category Most Promising Newcomer-Female for ‘This Earth Is Mine’ in 1960, nominated for Daytime Emmy in the category Outstanding Writing in a Children’s Special for ‘ABC Weekend Specials’ in 1986, and nominated for Golden Laurel in the category Top Female New Personality in 1960.

Cindy Robbins: Net Worth, Salary

She has an estimated net worth of around $2.5 million which she has earned from her professional career. Cindy also owns over 2,647 units of Inc stock whose worth is over $498,797.

Cindy Robbins: Rumors and Controversy

The talented actress has not been involved in any type of rumors and controversies in her career to date.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Cindy Robbins has dark brown eyes and dark brown hair. Other information regarding her height, weight, body measurement, etc. are not available.

Social Media

Cindy does not seem to be active on social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.


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