Robin Miller joined the cast of "General Hospital" as Lydia Karenin in July of 2003.
Growing up in rural Ohio as the oldest of three girls, J. Robin is the only sister with the acting bug. J. Robin knew from the young age of 5 that she wanted to be an actress. She would take fairy tales and adapt them into plays and recruit the neighborhood kids to star in them. At the age of nine, she took her first acting class. As she approached high school graduation, J. Robin began to consider the practicality of pursuing an acting career, and began Ohio University as a broadcast journalism major. Ironically, it was her mother who encouraged her to follow her dream of becoming an actor, and J. Robin soon switched majors and graduated with a degree in film and television production with a minor in theatre. While in college, J. Robin came to Los Angeles where she did production internships and studied acting at The Groundlings and at UCLA. Upon graduating in 1995, J. Robin made the move to Los Angeles to pursue a professional acting career. Her first professional acting job came in 1996, in a guest-starring role on the hit ABC television series "Roseanne."
Several guest-starring roles followed, which include "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "That 70s Show," "Charmed," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Just Shoot Me," to name a few. She also had a recurring role on "Beverly Hills, 90210."
When she is not working, J. Robin can be found teaching young children at the acting school she founded, inventing new allergy-free recipes, watching sports with friends or hiking on local mountains with her dog.