Making his theatrical debut in 1987 as Czar Nicholas in the musical Rasputin, Robbie Krupski endeared himself to a vast new audience. Robbie has performed at the opening ceremony of many a prestigious event including the World Cup Athletics in 1985, the Channel 7 and 10 Telethons in 1986, the opening of the Parramatta Stadium in 1987 and in our Bicentennial year the opening of the Victorian Tennis Center and Skills Olympics. He has made guest appearances on all the major television variety shows including the Don Lane, Mike Walsh and Midday Shows. Robbie was chosen to represent Australia at both the ABU Asian Pacific Popular Song Contest and the Sopot International Song Festival to a combined television audience in excess of one billion throughout 40 countries. Apart from his involvement with the Variety Club Concert at the Sydney Opera House in 1989, Carols by Candlelight in both 1985 and 1989, Robbie has also supported international acts such as Smokey, Hot Chocolate, Suzie Quatro, and Kool and the Gang.
(Note: All biographies from original Chess programme.)