Robert Loggia's biography
Robert Loggia is 85 years old actor born at Staten Island. He was born on Friday 3rd of January 1930. According to year of birth 1930 he belongs to Silent Generation. Birthday on 3rd of January means he is Capricorn. These people are stable in nature. As the sign lord is “Saturn”, the person will be judgemental in his approach.
He is native english speaker. He is citizen of United States of America. His primary profession is to be actor. You can know him also as television director. He is recently known as program host. He received Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor Big in 1990
Robert Loggia's schools
We found 4 schools He attended. Complete list of schools: Wagner College, New Dorp High School, University of Missouri, Northwestern University.
Detailed informations about his schools
- Attended and graduated from New Dorp High School in Staten Island, New York (1947).
Robert Loggia's career
His main focus is to be actor. You could see him also in Big.
How did Robert Loggia die
He died on on Friday 4th of December 2015 when he was 85 years old at Los Angeles. Robert Loggias death was caused by alzheimer's disease. It happend like natural causes.
Awards and competitions
Robert Loggia's Awards
- One of the few of the many actors to have been nominated for an Academy Award to have starred in the Sopranos, with Laurrain Brocca, David Strathairn, and Lauren Becall.
Robert Loggia's Nominations
- He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for work Jagged Edge in 1985
- He was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for work Mancuso, F.B.I. in 1990
- He was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for work Malcolm in the Middle in 2001
Robert Loggia's quotes
- (2011, on making Lost Highway (1997)) It's certainly in my memory book as a thrill. Working with David Lynch was like taking a bullet. A gun at you. Lost Highway (1997) is, I think, one of the best films I've ever been in. It'll endure a long, long time.
- I thought my career was over as an actor at one point and I decided if I was going to be trapped in episodic television, I would direct in episodic television.
- [on Psycho II (1983)] Meg Tilly was wonderful and went on to do very well after that. They did that movie for spit -- if they spent $5 million on it, that was a lot. But it was the only picture I was in from which I was actually paid a bonus.
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Robert Loggia's body shape
Lets describe how Robert Loggia looks. We will focus on his body shape. Body build is average.