Appeared (as "Eddie Carbone") in "A View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller
on Broadway, 1965.
1 Biographical Movie |
1 Print Biography |
9 Interviews |
10 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
Robert Duval | Robert S. Duvall
5' 9½" (1.77 m)
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I don't think he was that great. He was good, but there was Brando, and there was founding member Steven Hill in the Actor's Studio, those were the two guys. James Dean came in third. Dean was talented, obviously. But he died at a good time. [on James Dean
Was roommates and good friends with Dustin Hoffman
and Gene Hackman
while all were struggling stage actors in New York before any of them struck it big. Among the three, Hoffman and Duvall were known for their ways with the women, and Duvall and Hackman were known for their short fuses, which led to numerous bar fights. The three often bonded over elaborate practical jokes.
Often plays characters who have suffered some trauma in their life