By the time Robyn Paris auditioned for The Room, filming had already begun. She saw an ad in Backstage and was the first to arrive at the open call, chatting with Wiseau before the other actresses showed up, which she thinks is what landed her the role.
Her first day on set, Wiseau handed her five pages and said, "We are shooting this in twenty minutes." It was the infamous "chocolate is the symbol of love" scene, and she wound up wearing the same clothes she had arrived in. Paris has nothing but fondness for the experience, which often made her cry with laughter, including during the film's premiere where she sat right behind Wiseau. "I thought it was the funniest thing I'd ever seen," she told The List, "there was so much at the premiere that I didn't know about because I was only in these specific scenes and I hadn't seen the whole movie."
Paris acted in a few more things following The Room, but she eventually went back to school at UCLA and got her MFA in screenwriting, which is her main focus now. In 2016, she reunited with her co-stars for a mockumentary she wrote and directed called The Room Actors: Where Are They Now. Paris has kept a sense of humor about the whole thing, telling Backstage, "People often ask me, 'Would you appear in The Room again if you had to do it all over?' My sincere answer is: Yes."