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Mylène Dinh-Robic's Hairstyles On The Listener - Sleek, Shiny & Healthy

Beautiful brunette actress Mylène Dinh-Robic who was recently seen on NBC's "The Listener" was born and raised in Montréal, Canada.  The multi-talented actress speaks French, English and Spanish which should come in very handy for future roles.

Note: Sadly NBC decided to cancel the show at the end of the series due to low ratings.

Although her part was relatively small compared to some of the other stars of the show, she rocked the segments she appeared in and her tresses always looked silky, shiny and healthy.

(Image of Mylene Dinh-Robic as Olivia -- NBC Photo: Steve Wilkie - All Rights Reserved).

Mylène's Hairstyles

Since she played a doctor on The Listener her hair was coiffed appropriately.  Afterall, you wouldn't expect to see a doctor wearing a sophisticated hairstyle while working on patients who might be expelling body fluids all over the place.

Real female doctors might wear their hair pulled up and out of the way in a cute but practical twist or bun like the female docs on Grey's Anatomy or ER.

Although Mylène did wear her hair down for drinks with her ex after hospital duty, when she was on the floor, her hair was either worn pinned up on in a sleek ponytail worn out of the way.

The color of Mylène's hair was a deep Mahogany brown base with hints of rich Burgandy or Merlot swirled through to give glossy shine and shimmer.

(Image of Mylene Dinh-Robic as Olivia -- NBC Photo: Steve Wilkie - All Rights Reserved).

Mylène's hair, whether worn down or up, was always bone straight with lots of flow and movement.  If I had to sum up her hair I would say it looked soft, sexy, healthy and well-maintained.

She showcased her exotic beauty by wearing her hair cascading off her face on either side from a center part and no fringe.  The sides and crown area had lots of lush volume and movement.

More About Mylene Dinh-Robic

Mylène graduated with Distinction from Concordia University's Communications Studies program, studied acting with Gilles Plouffe at Montreal's John Strasberg Ateliers and furthered her technique with Nancy Sivak at Vancouver's Lyric School of Acting.

She began her acting career on stage with the independent Queen Mary Theatre, namely in their productions of Pygmalion, Lady Windermere's Fan, and Noises Off.

(THE LISTENER -- Pictured: (l-r) Lisa Marcos as Charlie, Craig Olejnik as Toby, Ennis Esmer as Oz, Mylene Dinh-Robic as Olivia -- NBC Photo: Steve Wilkie - All Rights Reserved).

While in Vancouver, she performed in The Beaumont Studio's One Act Play Festival in Different and more recently produced and starred in a production of author Alan's Bowne controversial Beirut.

Acting Credits

Her television debut came as a guest starring role in an episode of Da Vinci's Inquest in 2003. Other acting credits now include Smallville, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate Atlantis and The 4400.

She was a series regular on DaVinci's City Hall, starring opposite Nicholas Campbell as city handler Rita Mah and reprised the role in the CBC movie The Quality of Life.

Mylène was directed by Ross Weber in the Vancouver feature film Mount Pleasant and by Spencer Maybee in the indie short L'oiseau Mort.

More About "The Listener" on NBC

As Dr. Olivia Fawcett, Mylène played the ex-girlfriend of Toby Logan in The Listener.

The drama series only lasted for one season and was recently canceled after low ratings. Basically the show got off to a rocky start in the ratings. The two-hour premiere brought in 5.32 million viewers and just a 1.4/4 rating/share of the 18-49 demographic.

For related blogs/articles on The Listener refer to:

Curly Haired Lisa Marcos Showcases Hair & Beauty On NBC’s The Listener

Telepath Listens At NBC For Summer Of 2009

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