Robbie Amell started his stint with acting as early as six years old with his sister. He was passionate about acting and while in his teens he began landing roles in theatre at Lawrence Park Stage in famous plays like Picasso at the Lapin Agile, The Importance of Being Earnest and Louis and Dave amongst others. After his stint with theatre, he was ready to make and leave his mark in the field of acting.
His dreams finally came true when he was chosen over others to act in the film Cheaper by the Dozen 2. He portrayed the part of Daniel Murtaugh. The film had heavy stars such as Bonnie Hunt, Steve Martin, Tom Welling, Hilary Duff, and of course Carmen Electra and Eugene Levy of whom he was the son in the film. His upcoming films are When We First Met and The Babysitter.
Like most of the Canadians, Robbie loved playing Hockey when he was a child. He also took break dancing and Muay Thai lessons. He was serious to take Hockey as a profession but then after passing the first audition for a role, he dropped his idea of playing Hockey. He is a huge supporter of Toronto Maple Leafs ice hockey team. After shifting his base to Los Angeles, he has started supporting Los Angeles Kings.