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John F. Kennedy
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Don Siegel
(Movies & TV)
President
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Andrew Robinson (actor)

Knowledge Identifier: +Andrew_Robinson_(actor)

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Andrew Robinson (actor)

American film, stage, and television actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1942.

Countries: United States (40%), California (40%), (20%)

Main connections: John F. Kennedy, Don Siegel, President

Linked to: The Incredible Hulk, University of New Hampshire, The New York Times, The New School

 

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Andrew Robinson was born in 1942 add something


1969

In 1969, he had his first television role with a guest part on "N.Y.P.D." at the age of 26 add something


1970

He met his wife Irene after wrapping a production of "Springvoices", and the two married in 1970 add something


1971

In 1971, he would begin acting in feature films add something

 

Robinson's first feature film role was in 1971's "Dirty Harry" add something


1973

Robinson starred in "Charley Varrick", a 1973 film with Walter Matthau, and again directed by Don Siegel add something


1976

He played the role of Frank Ryan on the soap opera "Ryan's Hope" from 1976 until 1978, for which he received a daytime Emmy nomination add something


1978

In 1978 Robinson left acting professionally for five years, and concentrated on raising his family in the small mountain community of Idyllwild, California, located about from Los Angeles add something


1986

In 1986, he played President John F. Kennedy in an episode of the 1980s revival of "The Twilight Zone", "Profile in Silver add something


1988

In 1988 he portrayed Liberace in a television biopic add something


1993

In 1993, Robinson founded the Matrix Theatre Company in Los Angeles , California add something

 

In 1993, Robinson was cast in his first regular television role since "Ryan's Hope" in 1978 add something

 

Robinson returned to the stage in 1993 with a Broadway production of Frank Gilroy's "Any Given Day", but the play closed after only six weeks add something


1996

After working on "Deep Space Nine" for several years, Robinson began a career in television directing, after directing the 1996 episode "Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places add something


2000

In 2000, he authored the novel "A Stitch in Time", based on his character on "Deep Space Nine" add something


2006

Last retrieved in original form on February 8, 2006 add something