Birthdate: June 26, 1993
Birthplace: The Bronx, New York City, New York
Antoinette Robertson is a rising actor, breaking through to feature films in 2022 after a decade of successful TV roles in such shows as Hart of Dixie (2013-2014), The Haves and the Have Nots (2014-2018), Atlanta (2016), Dear White People (2017-2021), and Diggstown (2021).
Robertson’s feature debut was in writer-director Ashley Miles’ drama, Bittersweets (2011), but it wasn’t until 2022 that Robertson landed her next feature role, the BET-released comedy, Block Party, with Margaret Avery, Charlyne Yi, Bill Cobbs, and John Amos. Antoinette Robertson continued in the comedy mode for her first starring role in a feature, The Blackening (2023), directed and produced by Tim Story and co-starring Sinqua Walls, Dewayne Perkins, Grace Byers, and Jay Pharoah.
Antoinette Robertson was born and raised in The Bronx by her immigrant parents from Jamaica. Robertson graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from New York University at Stony Brook. Robertson studied acting in a two-year program at the New York-based William Esper Acting Studio. Robertson’s height is 5’ 8”. Robertson is single.
Model: Antoinette Robertson’s first professional career was not as an actor but as a model. She soon learned that she earned more modeling jobs by curling her straight hair.