Robin McLeavy is an actress best known for her work on AMC’s hit Western series HELL ON WHEELS. On the show she played the character of Eva, who was based on a real woman who was captured by Native Americans and given a chin tattoo to mark her as one of their own. On the show Eva starts as a prostitute who then forms a relationship with Elam, a freed slave, played by Common. By the end of the series Eva is running a brothel, and although relatively wealthy and independent, she eventually realizes that her true home is out in the wild with her horse, who she names Maat Kwissa Atev, meaning FREE SPIRIT in Mohave.
Originally from Australia, Robin trained at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, and one of her career highlights has been performing at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in a production of A Streetcar Named Desire starring as Stella opposite Cate Blanchett as Blanche and Joel Edgerton as Stanley, and directed by the legendary Liv Ullmann.
Robin lives in Los Angeles, and is currently writing and producing a feature film about her late friend and Aussie rock’n’roll icon, Chrissy Amphlett of the DIVINYLS.