• Robert Frazer

    1891 - 1944

    Robert Frazer (1891 - 1944)

    Actor.  Dashing leading man of silent films.  He made his screen debut in 1912 and first won note in the title role of “Robin Hood” (1912),  a three-reel saga that still survives today.  Frazer subsequently played rugged heroes in adventure films and was cast as a romantic lead opposite some of the silent era’s top […]

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  • Robert Frost

    1874 - 1963

    Robert Frost (1874 - 1963)

    Robert Frost Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California, to journalist William Prescott Frost, Jr., and Isabelle Moodie. His mother was of Scottish descent, and his father descended from Nicholas Frost of Tiverton, Devon, England, who had sailed to New Hampshire in 1634 on the Wolfrana.  Frost’s father was a teacher and later an […]

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  • Robert Fuest

    1927 - 2012

    Robert Fuest (1927 - 2012)

    Born in London, Robert Fuest served a period of time in post-war Germany with the Royal Air Force in National Service air-lifting coal over the Berlin Wall, after which he attended Wimbledon and Hornsey Schools of Art. For a time he lectured at Southampton College of Art. Fuest also spent time as a drummer in […]

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  • Robert Fulton

    1765 - 1815

    Robert Fulton (1765 - 1815)

    Inventor, Artist. While not the inventor of the steamboat, he was very instrumental in constructing a steamboat named the “Clermont”,and parlaying it into a commercial success with the first permanent commercial route in history on the Hudson River. Chancellor Robert R. Livingston backed the venture with his financial and political influence.  He was born near […]

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  • Robert G. Edwards

    1925 - 2013

    Robert G. Edwards (1925 - 2013)

    Edwards was born in Batley, Yorkshire, and attended The Henry Box School in Witney. After finishing Manchester Central High School on Whitworth Street in central Manchester, he served in the British Army, and then completed his undergraduate studies in biology at the Bangor University. He studied at the Institute of Animal Genetics and Embryology at […]

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  • Robert Gadouas

    1927 - 1969

    Robert Gadouas (1927 - 1969)

    French-Canadian actor. He appeared in the films, “Correlieu” (1959), “Of Sport And Men” (1959) and in the television series, “La Pension Velder” (1958-1960). (bio by: K)

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  • Robert Gaillard

    1868 - 1941

    Robert Gaillard (1868 - 1941)

    Actor, Director, Writer. He appeared in over 150 films from 1900s to 1920s. His most notable appearance was as ‘King Ferdinand’ in “Columbus”(1923). He died of acute lobar pneumonia. (bio by: MC)

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  • Robert Garcia

    1933 - 2017

    Robert Garcia (1933 - 2017)

    Robert Garcia was born in Bronx, New York of parents born in Puerto Rico. His father was born in Coamo and had worked in the Central Aguirre sugar mill on the island’s south coast; his mother was born and raised in Ponce. They had migrated to New York City from the island in the 1920s; […]

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  • Robert Gerald Mondavi

    1913 - 2008

    Robert Gerald Mondavi (1913 - 2008)

    Vintner. An icon in the wine industry, after helping his family build a successful winery in California, formerly the Charles Krug vineyard, he was ousted by his brother in 1965. The following year at age 52 he established his own vineyard and brand, Robert Mondavi Winery, in the Napa Valley town of Oakville with the […]

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  • Robert Gerringer

    1926 - 1989

    Robert Gerringer (1926 - 1989)

    Actor. He was a character actor perhaps best known for the role of Dr. Dave Woodard on the TV soap opera “Dark Shadows”. His other TV credits include “The Defenders”, “The Guiding Light”, “Texas”, “Spenser: For Hire” and “The Edge of Night”. For feature film, he appeared in “A Lonely Way to Die” (1968), “The […]

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  • Robert Ginty

    1948 - 2009

    Robert Ginty (1948 - 2009)

    Ginty was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Elsie M. (née O’Hara), a government worker, and Michael Joseph Ginty, a construction worker. Ginty was involved with music from an early age, playing with Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Carlos Santana and John Lee Hooker. He studied at Yale and trained at the Neighborhood Playhouse […]

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  • Robert Glen Coe

    1956 - 2000

    Robert Glen Coe (1956 - 2000)

    On September 1, 1979, Cary Ann Medlin and her stepbrother were riding their bicycles in the neighborhood near their home in Greenfield, Tennessee. Robert Coe pulled up next to them and began to talk to them, acting as if he knew Cary’s father and needed directions to his house. Cary got into Coe’s car to […]

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  • Robert Gottschalk

    1918 - 1982

    Robert Gottschalk (1918 - 1982)

    Film Entrepreneur and Founder of Panavision.  He was born in Chicago, Illinois where his father was an established architect who built a number of hotels there. He became interested in a film career and graduated with a degree in theater and arts from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota and moved to Los Angeles, California to […]

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  • Robert Gottschall

    1915 - 2005

    Robert Gottschall (1915 - 2005)

    Screen Actor. He acted under the name Robert Shaw beginning in the 1930s. His film career included roles in several films by John Ford, such as “The Grapes of Wrath,” “Young Mr. Lincoln” and “Tobacco Road.” He also appeared in the Ford directed military training film “Sex Hygiene.” Other credits include “The Great Profile,” which […]

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  • Robert Graham

    1938 - 2008

    Robert Graham (1938 - 2008)

    Sculptor. Working in bronze, he created many well known pieces that are installed in public spaces throughout the United States. His first major commission is perhaps his most famous: the “Olympic Gateway” at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum created to commemorate the 1984 Olympic Games. The piece was controversial at the time because it features […]

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  • Robert Gravel

    1944 - 1996

    Robert Gravel (1944 - 1996)

    Actor. He appeared in the films “Les Mots Magiques” (1998), “Pudding Chomeur” (1996), “Remue-Menage” (1996), “Erreur Sur La Personne” (1995), “Second Souffle” (1993), “In The Belly Of The Dragon” (1989), “The Paper Wedding” (1989), “Chattahoochee” (1989), “Blind Trust” (1986), “The Last Glacier” (1984), “Au Clair De La Lune” (1983), “Les Grands Enfants” (1980), “Bye, See […]

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  • Robert Greig

    1879 - 1958

    Robert Greig (1879 - 1958)

    Actor in 105 films from 1930 to 1949 including: “Merrily We Go To Hell,” “Peg o’ My Heart,” “Madame DuBarry,” “The Great Ziegfeld,” “The Adventures of Marco Polo,” “Sullivan’s Travels,” “The Picture of Dorian Gray,” “Forever Amber” and “Unfaithfully Yours.” (bio by: TLS)

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  • Robert Harbin

    1908 - 1978

    Robert Harbin (1908 - 1978)

    Robert Harbin (born Ned Williams 14 February 1908 Balfour, South Africa – 12 January 1978 Westminster, London, UK) was a British magician and author. He is noted as the inventor of a number of classic illusions, including the Zig Zag Girl. He also became an authority on origami. The young Ned Williams first got interested in […]

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  • Robert Harriot Barrat

    1889 - 1970

    Robert Harriot Barrat (1889 - 1970)

    Actor. Born in New York City, he started his career on the Broadway stage and debuted on the big screen during the silent film era in “Her Own Way” (1915), followed by “The Wonder Man” (1920). Featured as a character performer in over a hundred films, his credits include “The Kennel Murder Case” (1933), “Captain […]

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  • Robert Havell

    1793 - 1878

    Robert Havell (1793 - 1878)

    Artist. An engraver and painter, he engraved plates to John J. Audubon’s Birds of America. Painted and sketched in the New York area around the Hudson River. (bio by: Laurie)  Family links:  Spouse:  Amelia Jane Edington Havell (1807 – 1878)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Robert Hegyes

    1951 - 2012

    Robert Hegyes (1951 - 2012)

    Robert Hegyes who played Juan Epstein, the Sweathog voted Most Likely to Take a Life, on the 1970s sitcom “Welcome Back, Kotter,” died on Thursday in Edison, N.J. He was 60. The cause was cardiac arrest, a spokesman for John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Edison, where Mr. Hegyes was pronounced dead, told Reuters. Broadcast […]

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  • Robert Henri

    1865 - 1929

    Robert Henri (1865 - 1929)

    American Artist. He was a leading figure of the Ashcan School of American realism and an organizer of the group known as “The Eight,” a loose association of artists who protested the restrictive exhibition practices of the powerful, conservative National Academy of Design. (bio courtesy of: Wikipedia)  Family links:  Parents:  John Jackson Cozad (1830 – […]

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  • Robert Henry Lawrence

    1935 - 1967

    Robert Henry Lawrence (1935 - 1967)

    At the age of 16, he graduated in the top 10 percent from Englewood High School in Chicago. At the age of 20, he graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry. At Bradley, he distinguished himself as Cadet Commander in the Air Force ROTC and received the commission of Second Lieutenant in […]

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  • Robert Herman

    1914 - 1997

    Robert Herman (1914 - 1997)

    Born in the Bronx, New York City, Robert Herman graduated cum laude with special honors in physics from the City College of New York in 1935, and in 1940 was awarded master’s and doctoral degrees in physics from Princeton University in the area of molecular spectroscopy. As a graduate student, Herman already exhibited eclectic tendencies […]

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  • Robert Holmes

    1926 - 1986

    Robert Holmes (1926 - 1986)

    Robert Holmes found himself working almost exclusively in television drama after 1957. He began contributing episodes regularly to the adventure series Knight Errant before becoming that programme’s story editor in 1959. He wrote several episodes of another medical drama, Dr. Finlay’s Casebook, before in the early 1960s writing for a range of crime-related dramas: Dixon […]

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  • Robert Howell Brooks

    1937 - 2006

    Robert Howell Brooks (1937 - 2006)

    Entrepreneur. He is best known as the chairman of Hooters Restaurants, who began his successful climb by selling salad dressings and other products made by Naturally Fresh Foods, a company that he founded in 1967. He also was known for his charity,  giving $2 million to Coastal Carolina University to build it’s football stadium, now […]

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  • Robert Howell Brooks

    1937 - 2006

    Robert Howell Brooks (1937 - 2006)

    Entrepreneur. He is best known as the chairman of Hooters Restaurants, who began his successful climb by selling salad dressings and other products made by Naturally Fresh Foods, a company that he founded in 1967. He also was known for his charity,  giving $2 million to Coastal Carolina University to build it’s football stadium, now […]

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  • Robert Hughes

    1938 - 2012

    Robert Hughes (1938 - 2012)

    Hughes was born in Sydney, Australia, in 1938. His father and paternal grandfather were lawyers. Hughes’ father, Geoffrey Forrest Hughes, was a pilot in the First World War, with later careers as a solicitor and company director. He died from lung cancer when Robert was aged 12. His mother was Margaret Eyre Sealy, née Vidal. […]

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  • Robert I. Clarke

    1920 - 2005

    Robert I. Clarke (1920 - 2005)

    Actor. His acting roles ran the gamut from “The Man from Planet X” (1951) and “The Astounding She-Monster” (1957) to “Band of Angels” (1957) starring Clark Gable. Originally planned to go into the military but an asthma condition kept him out of service, he attended the University of Oklahoma and then the University of Wisconsin […]

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  • Robert Irsay

    1923 - 1997

    Robert Irsay (1923 - 1997)

    Businessman. He developed successful companies in the heating, ventilating, air conditioning, construction and development industries. On July 26, 1972, he traded the Los Angeles Rams NFL franchise, which he had recently acquired from the estate of the late Dan Reeves, for the Baltimore Colts. In 1984, he moved the Colts from Baltimore to Indianapolis.  Family […]

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