Mylène Dinh-Robic

A francophone of Vietnamese and Quebecois heritage, Mylène Dinh-Robic was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. An actress now for over fifteen years, she has worked on stage, on camera and in video games. She first played opposite actor Nicholas Campbell as Rita Mah, one of the main characters in the Vancouver produced television series Da Vinci's City Hall (CBC). Later, she worked in Toronto on 3 seasons of The listener (CTV) in the role of Dr. Olivia Fawcett. Mylène more recently performed in French in Radio-Canada’s Montreal shot Nouvelle Adresse and Série Noire. She now portrays Beatrice ‘Bear’ Hamelin, one of the main characters in Bravo Canada’s critically acclaimed English adaptation television show 19-2. Mylène resides in Montreal and holds a BA in Communications from Concordia University.