Robert has been a professional actor in film and theater for more than 27 years. He is a professional actor down to the marrow of his bones. He recently played “Michael” in Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday. Playwright Sarah Ruhl and Artistic Director Tony Taccone commented on his work, saying “great work….seemless.”
In the summer of 2017, he played “Francis” at San Francisco Playhouse’s award-winning blockbuster musical La Cage Aux Folles. Robert created the role of “George” in The Speakeasy. American Conservatory Theater’s Home is Where and Stories from the ‘Loin (both original works co-created with A.C.T.’s Stage Coach). Film work includes three shorts: Alone, Red and Rhapsody on Rails; and blockbuster movie features:
Godzilla and Alien: Resurrection.
He is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and recently completed his master’s thesis on Tennessee Williams, earning an M.A. in Humanities. He loves the Bay Area yet is willing to work anywhere.
– “Robert is an artist of extraordinary vulnerability and depth of soul.”