Catherine "Kate" Robbins (born 21 August 1960; Liverpool, Lancashire) is an English actress, comedienne and singer.
Robbins is a first cousin once removed of Paul McCartney and older sister of Amy Robbins (her mother and McCartney were first cousins). Kate attended Wirral Grammar School for Girls and won the Drama Prizes each year, notably with her monologue "All this glitters is not gold". Her first released recording, in 1978, was of the song "Tomorrow", owned by McCartney's music publishing company, from the musical Annie. Robbins first came to prominence whilst representing United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980 as part of the group Prima Donna. They finished third.
The following year, Robbins joined the cast of the ITV soap opera Crossroads, playing the part of a pop singer who was recording a single in the fictional motel's basement recording studio. The song, More Than In Love, was released commercially in the UK (credited as Kate Robbins and Beyond) and gave Robbins a major hit single, reaching number 2 in the UK Top 75 Singles Chart . It was her only hit. The backing group Beyond had taken part in the UK's Song for Europe contest earlier in the year, losing to