Laila Robinsas FBI Agent Deakins
Laila Robins's most recent television credits include season two of TNT's Murder in the First and Showtime's critically acclaimed Homeland. She has appeared on ABC's Quantico; the HBO pilot The Money, opposite Brendan Gleeson; CBS's Person of Interest and Blue Bloods; Damages, Too Big to Fail, Bored to Death, God in America, In Treatment, The Sopranos, and Law & Order. She was the series lead in Gabriel's Fire opposite James Earl Jones.
Robins's film credits include Eye in the Sky, Side Effects, Blumenthal, Concussion, Multiple Sarcasms, The Good Shepherd, An Innocent Man, Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael, True Crime and Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
Robins appeared on Broadway in Heartbreak House, as well as the Tony Award®-nominated play Frozen, The Herbal Bed and The Real Thing. Off-Broadway credits include the quartet of Richard Nelson plays performed in repertory at The Public to rave reviews: Regular Singing, Sorry, Sweet & Sad, That Hopey Changey Thing, The Lady From Dubuque, Anthony and Cleopatra, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sore Throats, Tiny Alice, Mrs. Klein and The Merchant of Venice. Most recently, Robins was seen starring in the Guthrie Theater production of The Lion in Winter; the George Street Playhouse's production of The Second Mrs. Wilson, where she received rave reviews; and The Chinese Room at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.