Born in the Bronx & raised in Brooklyn; Faith discovered her passion for the arts early on when she joined ReelWorks Teen Filmmaking Program at the age of 16, creating two short films. This led her to work with the Maysles Company, under Al Maysles "The Godfather of Documentary" at the young age of 17.
Faith began performing in church when she was 5 years old, she remained a part of the church choir and dance group throughout her adolescence. She utilized her acting talents in her high school's productions of Nilaja Sun's "No Child" as Ms. Tam and in the role of Lucy Brown in the musical "The Threepenny Opera".
In 2013, Robinson made her writing debut with "AstroTurf" a Short-Film about her experience with supporting a Best Friend in a time of need. Faith Directed, Wrote and Starred in her second short film, which premiered at the BAM Theatre in Brooklyn.
Faith received her conservatory training in Manhattan, NY from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2015. It was here that she studied Meisner Technique, Voice and Speech, Movement, and Musical Theatre. Faith had the opportunity to tackle very nuanced characters; Canary in Suzan Lori-Parks' "Fucking A" and Marshael in "The Wake of Jamey Foster" written by Beth Henley.
Faith's work in the industry following her Acting training was mainly behind-the-scenes, as a Production Assistant on-set of projects like HBO's "Girls", Showtime's "The Affair", NBC's "Mr.Robot" and CBS's "Instinct" where she had the opportunity to use her skills as a writer and worked in the writer's room.
Lookout for Faith as Poppy in the New short film "kombucha" by melissa Pennartz, Premiering May21, 2018!