Robert Middleton Actor
Robert Middleton is a 66 years old actor from United States of America Robert Middleton was born on May 13, 1911 (died on June 14, 1977, he was 66 years old) in .
Robert Middleton, born Samuel G. Messer, was an American film and television actor known for his large size and beetle-like brow. With a deep, booming voice, Middleton trained for a musical career at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He worked steadily as a radio announcer and actor.
One of his early works was as the narrator of the educational film "Duck and Cover". After appearing on the Broadway stage and live television, Middleton began appearing in films in 1954. He's also remembered on tele...
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No, he died on 06/14/1977, 44 years ago. He was 66 years old when he died. Cause of death: heart failure. He died in Encino
He had one child, Ralph .
There are 34 movies of Robert Middleton:
His first feature film was The Court Jester (1956, as Sir Griswold). He was 44 when he starred in this movie. Since 1956, he has appeared in 34 feature films. The last one is Fair Play (1972). In this movie, we watched him in the Jova Purvis character .
Robert Middleton movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Sir Griswold||The Court Jester (1955)||44|
|Police Capt. Peterson||The Big Combo (1955)||43|
|Angelo||Even Angels Eat Beans (1973)||61|
|Sam Kobish||The Desperate Hours (1955)||44|
|Mr. Siringo||Love Me Tender (1956)||45|
|Sam Jordan||Friendly Persuasion (1956)||45|
|Matt Ord||The Tarnished Angels (1957)||46|
|Dennis Wilcox||A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966)||55|
|Ortero||The Law and Jake Wade (1958)||47|
|Honest John Barrett||The Proud Ones (1956)||45|
|Barkeeper - Great Plains Saloon||The Cheyenne Social Club (1970)||59|
|Idbash||The Silver Chalice (1954)||43|
|Don Luis Quintero||The Mark of Zorro (1974)||63|
|Colonico||Which Way to the Front? (1970)||59|
|R.C. Brown||The Great Impostor (1961)||49|
|Clay Mathews||Cattle King (1963)||52|
|Ben Ryerson||The Lonely Man (1957)||46|
|Sid Bower||The Harrad Experiment (1973)||61|
|Rufus Henshaw||Red Sundown (1956)||44|
|Ambrose||Hell Bent for Leather (1960)||48|
|Vice Adm. Philo Tecumseh Bludde||Don't Give Up the Ship (1959)||48|
|Burford Sanford Cronin||For Those Who Think Young (1964)||53|
|Amos Gondora||Gold of the Seven Saints (1961)||49|
|Narrator||Duck and Cover (1952)||40|
|A.A. 'Fats' Sanders||Trial (1955)||44|
|Robert Kensington||Career (1959)||48|
|Charlie Hayes||Day of the Badman (1958)||46|
|Edwin M. Stanton||The Lincoln Conspiracy (1977)||66|
|Narrator||Nightmare at Ground Zero (1958)||47|
|Sloane||Something for an Empty Briefcase (1953)||42|
|Luke Crocker||Bitter Heritage (1958)||47|
|Buck LaVonne||No Place to Land (1958)||47|
|Martin Plomb||Witchcraft (1961)||49|
|Jova Purvis||Fair Play (1972)||60|
His first TV Show was Suspense (1949).
He graduated from Carnegie Institute Of Technology and University Of Cincinnati – College-Conservatory Of MusicWhat was Robert's zodiac sign?
Robert Middleton zodiac sign was taurus.
Other facts about Robert Middleton
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Manner of death||Natural Causes|
|Date of death||1977-06-14T00:00:00Z|
|Place of death||Encino|
|Cause of death||Heart Failure|
|Family name||Middleton. Show people with the surname Middleton|