“Robyn Kemp is a startling new talent, with a movie star’s beauty and an opera star’s voice.” - The Kennebec Journal

Robyn Kemp is a Park City-based actress, singer, and songwriter with a penchant for backcountry skiing, mountain biking, and grand pianos. 

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Robyn travelled to the East coast to earn her BFA in Musical Theater from The Boston Conservatory.  After graduation, Robyn relocated to New York City and worked regularly in music, film, and theater.  Her performances earned praise from many publications, including The New York Times and Variety. 

As a singer and songwriter, Robyn has captivated audiences from Boston’s Symphony Hall, to the Mormon Tabernacle, to thousands at outdoor festivals. She has released two full-length albums of original music and tours nationally.

Robyn’s most recent projects include principal roles in My Christmas Love (Hallmark movie) and The Freemason (with Sean Astin), commercials for Homie, Check City, Touch Germblock, a Seatbelt PSA, and voiceover for The Foundation for a Better Life. 

Favorite Projects: 

Film and TV: Boardwalk Empire (HBO), My Christmas Love (Hallmark), The Freemason (Feature Film starring Sean Astin), Code of Honor (Feature film starring Steven Seagal), Beautiful Beast (Feature Film), and Swing Vote (award-winning short). 

NYC Theatre: Bookends at The York Theatre (also the premiere at New Jersey Rep), Transport at The Irish Arts Center, and Miranda in The Tempest. Other favorite roles include Sheila in Hair, Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore, Julia in The Rivals, and Johanna in Sweeney Todd.