Kenneth Robertson (born 1947) is a Scottish born actor who has worked extensively in Theatre, Film and Television as an actor and as a Theatre Director. His work includes London's West End, Royal Shakespeare Company, Cheek by Jowl and the Japanese Ensemble Red Buddha Theatre. He has also worked in Touring productions, Rep. and and has taught and directed plays at East 15 Acting School, Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama, The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts and The Guildford School of Acting as well as The Arts University Bournemouth. His films have included Nighthawks, Nighthawks11, Flash Gordon, Tess and The Machines for the Suppression of Time. TV includes The Kremlin Farewell, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? Underbelly, Poroit, The Fred Karno Tour, Emmerdale, The Bill. He is a qualified teacher of Art and Drama and has an MA in Performance from London University.