Charles Robinson

Charles Robinson

  • Born on
    • April 13th, 1932
  • Died on
    • July 22nd, 2006
Charles Robinson graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from Princeton in 1958. His theatrical family opened his acting career at age three on Broadway. After college his first film was "Splendor in the Grass," to be followed by "The Singing Nun," "Shenandoah" and "Take Her, She's Mine." After "Tall Story," "The Pleasure of His Company" and "The Good Soup" all on Broadway, plus an army hitch, he and Mrs. Robinson set up house in Los Angeles--close to film work and his television appearances on, for instance, "Laramie," "The Alfred Hitchcock Show" and "Bachelor Father." Date of Birth 13 April 1932, Orange, New Jersey Date of Death 22 July 2006, Palm Springs, California  (complications from Parkinson's disease)


Acting (9 Credits)

1973The Six Million Dollar Man as Prisoner
1972The Screaming Woman as Howard Wynant
1971The Brotherhood of Satan as Priest
1966The Sand Pebbles as Ensign Bordelles
1966The Singing Nun as Marauder
1965Dear Brigitte as George
1965Shenandoah as Nathan
1963Take Her, She's Mine as Stanley
1961Splendor in the Grass as Johnny Masterson (uncredited)

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