Born on June 29, 1977 in London, England, actress Zuleikha Robinson had the unique advantage of being English, Scottish, Indian, Burmese, Iranian and Malaysian, allowing her to play a wide array of ethnic characters. She developed a thirst for acting when she was 15, later moving to Los Angeles, CA to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She made her feature debut in Mike Figgis' "Timecode" (2000), an experimental film that employed a four-way split screen to tell concurrent real-time stories centered on the Los Angeles film industry. Robinson made a brief appearance in "Timecode," playing the unfortunate assistant to a temperamental director (Richard Edson) trying to finish his film. She landed her first regular series role on "The Lone Gunmen" (Fox, 2000-01), a short-lived spin-off of "The X-Files" (Fox, 1993-2002) that featured the three socially inept hackers Langly (Dean Haglund), Byers (Bruce Harwood) and Frohike (Tom Braidwood). Robinson played the brilliant and beautiful Yves Adele Harlow - an anagram for Lee Harvey Oswald - the chief competition for information leading to investigations of shadowy government and corporate conspiracies.