Lodge, Robert (Robert Loggia)( Actor)
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Biography Lodge, Robert (Robert Loggia)
Robert Loggia was born January 3, 1930 at Staten Alend in New York. At first, he planned to become a journalist, but after it joined the Actors Studio, he changed his mind. In 1955, he signed his first major contract in the life on Broadway - to stage "The Man with the Golden Arm" and a year later appeared on the screen in the film "I likes me somebody up there". 1958 brought him the title role in the television series "Nine Lives of Elves Bucky". On the big screen he has all evolved could not be more successful, but especially things went smoothly, when he decided to remove the wig and was character actor. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role in the movie "Jagged Edge" in 1985. The best-known films Loggia can be considered "Scarface," "Big," "Prizzi's Honor", as well as, of course, a kind of tele-burime "Wild palms.