Who is Robin Poage, Doug Walker’s wife?

Robin Poage was born in Lombard, Illinois USA, on 6 November 1983 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she holds American nationality. She is an actress and a TV personality, but perhaps best known for being the wife of the American comedian Doug Walker.

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Early life and education

Robin was raised in Lombard alongside her older sister, by their mother who was a theatre actress, and their father who was a taxi driver. Her sister has become a nurse and is working at a hospital in Lombard.

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Robin had a rather normal childhood, with some of her main interests during her teenage years being dancing and dreaming about becoming a famous model one day. To fill her spare time with activities, Robin played badminton, and practiced her acting skills with her high school’s drama club, while she also occasionally played soccer with her male friends. She matriculated in 2001, and then enrolled at Greenville College from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology in 2006. She continued her education, attending Aurora University from which she graduated with a Master’s degree in social work in 2009.

Career as an actress and other jobs

In 2010, Robin voiced the G.P..S character in an episode of the short comedy series “Ask That Guy with the Glasses”, created by her husband who also starred in it, and in 2012 she voiced G.P.S. in another episode. She has received special thanks for eight episodes of her husband’s comedy talk show “Nostalgia Critic”, as well as for her husband’s three and a half hour long action adventure comedy movie “To Boldly Flee”.

In 2006 after obtaining her Bachelor’s degree, Robin became the Jr. High Director of the River Glen Presbyterian Church, where she stayed for nearly three years before joining the Krejci Academy at Little Friends, serving as their one-to-one classroom aide.

In May 2010, she became the quest program intern at Warrenville Youth and Family Services, teaching education classes for at-risk students, then in September 2011 became a therapist and family support worker intern at The Branch Family Institute – she simultaneously worked as a sales associate at Bath and Body Works.

She joined Talbots I in July 2012, where she stayed for a year as a sales associate, before in August 2013 joining Memory Training Centers of America as their clinician. From August 2015 to November 2016, she served as the Outreach Support Specialist at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet, and as of December 2016, has been working as an adoption support and preservation therapist at Metropolitan family services.

Love life and marriage with Doug

Robin and Doug Walker met at a charity event in 2009, and Doug asked her out on a date a month later after they met again at another charity event. They dated and worked together on Doug’s videos for around three years, before marrying on 15 June 2012 in a private ceremony, attended by only a couple of their closest friends and family. Robin and Doug have agreed not to rush having children as they both want to focus on their careers, while some people believe that they aren’t interested in having children at all.

Doug Walker

Robin hasn’t talked about any other men she might have dated before meeting Doug, but it’s widely believed that she was in a long-term relationship with a man whom she met while attending Greenville College, and that they dated for three years before splitting for unknown reasons.

As of August 2020, Robin is married and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Robin doesn’t like social media networks, believing that these have only proven to have a bad effect on people – this is the reason why she isn’t active on the internet.

She likes to work with children in her spare time, and has volunteered at hospitals, foster homes and at animal shelters as well, as she is a huge lover of animals.

Travelling is one of her main hobbies, and she combines this with her passion for tasting various cuisines – she has been all around the US as well as to many European countries, including Hungary which is her favorite country because she likes spicy Hungarian food.

Late at night, Robin likes to watch comedy movies with her husband, and some of their favorite actors and actresses are Jim Carrey, Chris Rock and Julia Roberts, and some of their favorite movies are “Bruce Almighty”, “Liar Liar” and “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective – When Nature Calls”.

Age and height

Robin’s age is 36. She has brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 160lbs (72kgs).

As of August 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $1 million, while her husband’s net worth is reputedly over $6 million.

Who is Doug Walker?

Doug Walker was born on 17 November 1981 in Naples, Italy as his father was in the US Navy and was stationed there at the time of his birth – his zodiac sign is Scorpio and he holds American nationality.

Doug moved more than 10 times during his childhood, and became interested in movies at a very early age, as he started to dislike having to find new friends every time his family moved – he found comfort in his TV, and decided to become an actor one day; he was a member of his high school’s drama club. Upon matriculation in 1999, he enrolled at Northern Illinois University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.

He launched his first YouTube channel – “Nostalgia Critic” – in 2007, then on 10 July 2014 launched his current channel, “Channel Awesome” – there are over 1.2 million people currently subscribed to it, while the channel counts nearly 900 million views of all Doug’s videos combined. Doug is best known for his comedy review series “Nostalgia Critic”, which he launched on 3 July 2007 – his first episode was reviewing the movie “Transformers”, but many of the episodes he uploaded in 2007 were removed by YouTube due to copyright infringement. On 10 August 2008, he launched another series – “The Search for the Nostalgia Chick” – to find himself a female co-host, and Lindsay Ellis won the ‘competition’.

Some of the other series Doug has created are “Atop the Fourth Wall”, “The Angry Joe Show” and “Todd in the Shadows”. On 6 January 2011, he received the Mashable Award for Entrepreneur of the Year.

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