Bernadette Robinson is an Australian singer and actor. Robinson was born in Sydney and grew up in Melbourne where she attended the Victorian College of the Arts and was taught opera by Joan Hammond. She is best known for her ability to sing in the style of many well-known female singers. These skills was featured in the stage productions Songs for Nobodies and Pennsylvannia Avenue, written for her by Joanna Murray-Smith. Robinson was nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Play in 2012 for Songs for Nobodies.