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Robert Don Poster

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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 6 October 1980Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
Nicknames Gun
BP
The Big Package
La Bamba
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Robert Don was born on October 6, 1980 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA. He is known for his work on The Talent (2011), Cain (2012) and Mega Piranha (2010).

Trade Mark (2)

Often plays a tough guy with no shirt on
Leather coat, popped collar

Trivia (11)

Brother of Christopher M. Don.
He paid a tenant in his Omaha apartment $100 to clean out his apartment for him, so he could make it to Los Angeles, California by 9 a.m., for his first audition in L.A.
His dog, Stallone, had to sit on his lap the entire trip from Omaha to L.A. because his jeep was too full.
His first speaking role on a television show came in 2009 when he appeared on Telemundo's Doce Corazones as Libra. He considers the crew from Doce to be personal friends.
While Active Duty in the United States Air Force he booked his first modeling job.
Is the oldest of 8 children.
Takes his dog, Stallone, everywhere with him.
Is a huge fan of Mixed Martial Arts.
In 2009, he played Clifford Anderson on the stage in Ira Levin's Deathtrap.
Was an active duty Airman in the United States Air Force from May 2002 to May 2006.
In August 2012, he starred as Domino, in Coheed and Cambria's 8-minute-long music video, "Domino The Destitute". He broke his left hand during the first day of filming, and continued to finish the remainder of the shoot with a broken hand.

Personal Quotes (3)

Stay disciplined baby!
You can't be the leading man in action movies unless you can give a convincing flying back kick with your shirt off, and cry when your partner gets killed in the last stand scene.
The greatest movie ever made is Rocky 4. The greatest love story of all time is Rocky. The greatest action movie of all time is Rambo 3.

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