A native of California, Robert returned home to Los Angeles and before long began to receive starring and co-starring roles in a lot of movies-of-the-week and episodic television shows. He was a standard on the ABC series “Joanie Loves Chachi” (1982) wherein he played “Bingo,” the drummer. He way too had a recurring role as Dabney Coleman’s goof-ball son-in-law on the NBC series, “Madman of the People” (1994). Some of his feature credits incorporate principal roles in The Aviator (1985), An American Carol (2008) and No Man’s Land (1987)– designed by Ron Howard and starring Charlie Sheen. He has also performed in earlier mentioned 150 television commercials.
Robert’s chameleon-like acting abilities incorporate afforded him the opportunity to play a quite diverse range of roles – from intense drama to wild comedy and everything in between. He is a master of accents – both foreign and domestic.
|Day of Birth||1-October-1952|
|Place of Birth||Santa Monica, California, USA|