Co-starred in several unsold pilots for a proposed NBC dramatic series called "The Robert Taylor Show" about a troubleshooting executive in the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. The pilots were revisions of the 1962 effort starring William Bendix
called "330 Independence S.W."
2 Interviews |
4 Articles |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
Roberto Loggia | Robertson Loggia
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Did You Know?
[on being 100% natural in every film to the point where he's always himself] Which is boring to the audience and boring to me. In the old days, I used to prepare, run around the block, do push-ups, psych it up, all that. When I say conceptual, I mean that I read the script, and it's ingested. There was a book, by Arthur Koestler
, called "The Art of Creation". One of his examples was that Handel [
In an interview on Pat Sajak Weekend
(2003), he talked about when he first expressed an interest in acting while in his early twenties. Initially, he was reluctant to tell his father what he wanted to do with his life and, when he finally confessed, his father was less than happy with his son's career choice. But the man had blessed his son by simply telling Robert he had to go with how he felt ...
Distinctive raspy voice