"Where would be the fun in that?"
Robin is clever, idealistic, arrogant but selfless, dryly humorous, heroic, undaunted by authority, sometimes outrageously bold but always principled. He continues his fight for justice in an England that is corrupted by greed, crippled by taxes and shattered by poverty.
Robin discovered that the Sheriff of Nottingham was hatching a devastating plot to kill the King of England on his return from the Holy Land, and the future of the country is at stake. Robin and the outlaws travelled to the Holy Land and saved the King but tragically lost Marian when she was murdered by Gisborne. Robin sets out to avenge her death.
Weapon: recurve bow, sword
Played by: Jonas Armstrong
Jonas' acting credits include The Ghost Squad, Teachers and Island at War.
Stage highlights include Rutherford and Son, The Skin of Our Teeth and Quartermaine's Terms.
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