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Robert has been mastering the art of performance for decades, establishing himself as a quintessential professional in both film and theater. His commitment to the craft runs deep, with his recent stage role as "Michael" in Berkeley Repertory Theatre's For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday earning accolades for its seamless execution, praised by playwright Sarah Ruhl and Artistic Director Tony Taccone.

Adding to his diverse repertoire, Robert recently portrayed a sadistic bounty hunter in the dark western Righteous Blood and captivated audiences as "Crazy Tony" in Under a Black Cloud, showcasing his versatility and depth in complex characters.

Robert's memorable performance as "Francis" in the hit musical La Cage Aux Folles at the San Francisco Playhouse, alongside his original role of "George" in The Speakeasy, demonstrates his broad range and creative acumen. His collaborative work on Home is Where and Stories from the ‘Loin with the American Conservatory Theater's Stage Coach further highlights his innovative spirit.

His filmography is extensive, featuring significant roles in short films such as Alone, Red, and Rhapsody on Rails, and in major feature films like Godzilla and Alien: Resurrection.

A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Robert also earned a Master of Arts in Humanities with a thesis on Tennessee Williams. While his love for the Bay Area is profound, his talent and ambition drive him to embrace opportunities far and wide.

Described as "an artist of extraordinary vulnerability and depth of soul," Robert continues to leave a lasting impact on the acting world with his deep commitment and mesmerizing performances.

– “Robert is an artist of extraordinary vulnerability and depth of soul.”

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2010 - present
2010 - present
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