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Robert O'Neil is an actor, known for Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), Tyrant's Tower (1954) and Valentino (1977). See full bio »

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Known For

Tyrant's Tower
Tyrant's Tower Bob McCarthy
Valentino Newshound
Endless Night
Endless Night Broker


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 1983 Philip Marlowe, Private Eye (TV Series)
Desk clerk
- Nevada Gas (1983) ... Desk clerk
 1982 Nancy Astor (TV Mini-Series)
- The Longhornes of Virginia (1982) ... Dealer
 1980 Oppenheimer (TV Mini-Series)
G.A.C. Committee Member
- Episode #1.6 (1980) ... G.A.C. Committee Member
 1977 Valentino
 1977 Twilight's Last Gleaming
Briefing Officer
 1972/I Endless Night
 1969 Omnibus (TV Series documentary)
Bernie Ohls
- Raymond Chandler: Down These Mean Streets a Man Must Go (1969) ... Bernie Ohls (as Robert O'Neill)
 1968 Mogul (TV Series)
- Give Me the Simple Life (1968) ... Henderson
 1967 The Double Man
American Customer (uncredited)
 1966 The Man in the Mirror (TV Series)
Douglas Stroud
- Episode #1.1 (1966) ... Douglas Stroud
 1965 Object Z (TV Series)
President McCone
- The Aliens (1965) ... President McCone
 1965 Alexander Graham Bell (TV Series)
Customs Official
- Journey in the Air (1965) ... Customs Official
 1965 Secret Agent (TV Series)
Red Johnson
- Such Men Are Dangerous (1965) ... Red Johnson
 1962-1963 Suspense (TV Series)
Dr. Larry Smith / Second Newsman
- The Troubled Heart (1963) ... Dr. Larry Smith
- Course for Collision (1962) ... Second Newsman (as Robert O'Neill)
 1962 Zero One (TV Series)
- Return Trip (1962) ... Davis (as Robert O'Neill)
 1962 The Saint (TV Series)
Willis Burnham
- The Element of Doubt (1962) ... Willis Burnham (as Robert O'Neill)
 1961 The Cheaters (TV Series)
- The Schemers (1961) ... Conrad
 1960 Man from Interpol (TV Series)
- The Big Thirst (1960)
 1960 International Detective (TV Series)
Jackie Barnaby
- The Barnaby Case (1960) ... Jackie Barnaby
 1953-1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Agency Man / Charlie Shaw
- The Velvet Alley (1959) ... Agency Man
 1959 The Mouse That Roared
Reporter (uncredited)
 1954-1957 The Vise (TV Series)
Denby / Ron Lester / Miller
- Girls and Diamonds (1957) ... Ron Lester
- Broken Honeymoon (1955) ... Denby (as Robert O'Neill)
- The Eighth Window (1955) ... Denby (as Robert O'Neill)
- The Very Silent Traveler (1954) ... Miller (as Robert O'Neill)
 1957 O.S.S. (TV Series)
- Operation Fracture (1957) ... Co-Pilot
 1957 The Trial of Mary Dugan (TV Movie)
Police Captain Price
 1956 Million Dollar Manhunt
Capt. Hank Godowski
 1956 Satellite in the Sky
 1956 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
- The Blood Is Strong (1956) ... Sailor
 1956 Shadow of a Man
 1955 Joe MacBeth
Johnny (uncredited)
 1955 The Case of the Red Monkey
Second reporter (uncredited)
 1955 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Police Officer
- Honeymoon Deferred (1955) ... Police Officer
 1954 Tyrant's Tower (TV Movie)
Bob McCarthy
 1954 The Wide, Wide World (TV Series)
Mr. Forbes
- Ellen Meets Miss Fortune (1954) ... Mr. Forbes (as Robert O'Neill)

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American, who was trained at the New York Dramatic Workshop (under Erwin Piscator) by Raikin Ben-Ari, before moving to England to start his own Actors Workshop and continue his own acting career.

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