Robyn also specialises in a Full Body Fire Burn Stunt (pictured).
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Being a scare-actor for the annual Halloween event is something she is inherently good at.
Robyn, who was a Puppet Ballerina Bungee at last year's HHN, beat 406 other scare-actors to win the Best Boo Scare-Actor award last year at RWS' The Oscares Night, a wrap-up party to thank performers for their contributions.
"This award shows that I have gained the trust from the directors, [and that] my skills are there. This award really means a lot to me," said Robyn.
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But working as a stuntwoman is not always easy.
"I will feel a little tired, because being on the harness requires me to have a lot of body control. But as the days go by, I become part of the harness and I become so used to it I don't even notice it's there," said Robyn, who is strapped to the harness for a maximum of 45 minutes each time.
Robyn (in harness) practising her acting with her trainer, Gemma Simcock (left).
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Training for the yearly Halloween event is a long and tiring process. Preparations began in April and her aerial works and acrobatics training started in July.
She added: "On weekends, we normally overrun the given [closing] time for the house. But this really makes me feel very happy, because I know we are doing a good job and people want to continue seeing us."
The highlight of Robyn's job? Being able to scream out her frustrations while scaring her audience.
Robyn's interest in stunts began at a young age.
"Since I was young, I've always idolised Jet Li and I used to watch all his movies. I was inspired by his work ethic and stunts in his movies, and I always wanted to be like him when I grew up," said Robyn, who earned her black belt in taekwondo five years ago.
A health science graduate, Robyn also keeps herself busy with a variety of extreme sports, such as muay thai, stunt driving and even weapon tactical training.
Robyn's journey in stunts began in 2013, when she stumbled upon the opportunity to travel to New Zealand to train to become a stuntwoman.
"I chanced upon New Zealand Stunt School owned by renowned Hollywood stunt actress Dayna Grant and her husband Dane Grant [both starred in action flick Mad Max: Fury Road], and their good friend, Tori Marsh, who also coached me in fight choreography and stunt specialties.
"I saw it as an opportunity [to chase my dream] and I jumped at it," said Robyn, who trained for two years in New Zealand.