December 8, 1978
October 11, 2019
Salt and Pepper
5 ft 9¼ in | 176 cm
81 kg | 178 lbs
42 in | 106 cm
9 US | 42 EU
38 in | 96 cm
Robert Wallace Foster Jr. was born in Rochester, New York, United States, on July 13, 1941, was an American actor.
Young Robert Forster first started performing during his years at the Rochester's Madison High School, in musical revues.
He began his professional acting career on the New York stage, in the 1965.
He landed his Broadway debut in a play "Mrs. Dally Has a Lover" (1965) at John Golden Theatre.
He got his television debut in ABC police crime drama series N.Y.P.D. (1967) in episode "To Catch a Hero", in role as Tony.
He made his big screen debut in drama movie Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967) in role as Private L.G. Williams.
Robert's breakthrough performance came as John Cassellis in drama film Medium Cool (1969).
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He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role and the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Max Cherry in crime film Jackie Brown (1997).
He was nominated for the Georgia Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Scott Thorson in comedy drama film The Descendants (2011).
He was nominated for the Movies for Grownups Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Norbert Everhardt in drama movie What They Had (2018).
He was nominated for the Fright Meter Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Sheriff Hadley in comedy horror thriller film The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020) (Posthumous release)
Mulholland Drive (2001) neo-noir mystery as Detective Harry McKnight
Alligator (1980) monster horror as Detective David Madison
The Black Hole (1979) science fiction as Captain Dan Holland
The Delta Force (1986) action as Abdul Rafai
Human Nature (2001) comedy drama as Nathan's Father
Rear Window (1998) crime drama thriller as Detective Charlie Moore
Vigilante (1983) action crime as Eddie Marino
The Stalking Moon (1968) Western as Nick Tana
Diamond Men (2000) drama as Eddie Miller
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009) romantic comedy as Sergeant Mervis Volkom
Grand Theft Parsons (2004) comedy drama as Stanley Parsons
29th Street (1991) comedy drama as Sergeant Tartaglia
Original Gangstas (1996) action gangster as Detective Slatten
The Don Is Dead (1973) crime thriller as Frank Regalbuto
Autómata (2014) science fiction action as Robert Bold
London Has Fallen (2016) action thriller as General Edward Clegg
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) neo-Western crime thriller as Ed Galbraith (Posthumous release)
Grave Intentions (2020) horror as Don Whalen (segment "The Bridge Partner") (Posthumous release)
He won the Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role on Television for his performance as Ed Galbraith in AMC neo-Western crime drama television series Breaking Bad (2013) in episode "Granite State".
He was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role on Television for his role as Arthur Petrelli in NBC superhero drama television series Heroes (2007-2008).
Banyon (1971-1973) NBC detective series as Miles Banyon
Nakia (1974) dramatic television series as Deputy Nakia Parker
Police Story (1975-1977) NBC anthology crime drama series in various roles
Magnum, P.I. (1985) CBS crime drama series as Tyler Peabody McKinney
Once a Hero (1987) ABC action adventure series as Gumshoe
William Tell (1987-1988) historical drama action adventure television series as Aymong
Jake and the Fatman (1991) CBS crime drama series as Ed Delaney
Fastlane (2002-2003) Fox action drama series as Raymond Ray
Karen Sisco (2003-2004) ABC crime drama series as Marshall Sisco
The Grid (2004) miniseries as Jay Aldrich
Huff (2004-2005) Showtime drama series as Ben Huffstodt
Tilt (2005) drama series as Jimmy "Gentleman Jim" Towne
Alcatraz (2012) Fox drama series as Ray Archer
Last Man Standing (2012-2018) ABC sitcom as Bud Baxter
Intruders (2014) drama series as Frank Shepherd
Backstrom (2015) Fox crime comedy drama series as Sheriff Blue Backstrom
Divorce (2016) HBO comedy drama series as Donald
Twin Peaks (2017) Showtime mystery drama series as Sheriff Frank Truman
He played Grandpa Joe Harris in Apple TV+ anthology series Amazing Stories (2020) in episode "Dynoman and The Volt". (Posthumous release)
He portrayed Ed Galbraith in AMC crime and legal drama series Better Call Saul (2020) in episode "Magic Man". (Posthumous release)
Graduated from Rochester's Madison High School in 1959.
Attended Heidelberg College and Alfred University.
Graduated from University of Rochester (1964) with Bachelor of Arts in history.
Had English, Irish and Italian ancestry.
He was a member of the high-IQ Triple Nine Society.
He played Stanley Kowalski in a play "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1973) at Vivian Beaumont Theater.
He portrayed Franklin in a play "Chasing Mem'ries" (2017) at Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles.
Robert died on October 11, 2019, Los Angeles, California, United States, at the age of 78.
He was married to:
Zivia Foster (1978-1980)
June Provenzano (1966-1975), they had three daughters: Elizabeth, Kathrine "Kate" and Maeghen
He dated Dani Crayne (2002-2019) and Katherine Vallin (1997-2003)
He was in relationship with Marlene (1963-1965) they had one son, Robert Wallace Foster III.