Host of the series "Good News of 1938".
1 Biographical Movie |
5 Print Biographies |
5 Portrayals |
9 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
Lt. Robert Taylor U.S.N.R. | Lieut Robert Taylor USNR
5' 11½" (1.82 m)
Did You Know?
If I didn't need the money I make on TV, I tell myself I'd hunt and fish all the time. Ernest Hemingway and Gary Cooper got me interested in it years ago, and looking forward to hunting and fishing has often, in this business, kept me from going nuts.
After studying at Doane University, he followed his cello teacher to study at Pomona College, California, where he began acting and was encouraged to join MGM's acting school before signing a seven-year contract with the studio initially at $35 a week. This is said to have set the stage as being the lowest-paid major star in the history of Hollywood; he remained at MGM for twenty-four years.