Birth Day: 1954-06-19

Place of birth: United States

Robert began acting professionally in 1976 when he toured the country, logging over 50,000 miles... four young actors in a van... performing two original comedies and a four-person version of "A Man for All Seasons "- with the Repertory Theatre of America. He recently appeared as Uncle Ernie in The Who's "Tommy" and starred in "Weekend Comedy" at Great Plains Theatre... he was Estragon/Gogo in Los Angeles in "Waiting for Godot;" and starred as Max Bialystock in "The Producers" and Oscar Madison in "The Odd Couple" - both at Georgia's State Theatre, the 600-seat Springer Opera House in Columbus, Georgia. Additional Los Angeles: "Art," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," the critically acclaimed "The Dining Room" (directed by Kay Cole), "Urinetown" (LA Weekly award winner), "Funeral Wedding," "Elegies for Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens," "Laughing Wild," "Landscape of the Body," and "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest." Nationally: the dinner theatre circuit, playing too many comic foils. To date, he has appeared on over 170 stages across the United States. He produced, wrote, and hosted 24 episodes of the syndicated reality series, "Could It Be A Miracle?" He has produced all Children's Theatre Group of Southern California shows since 2002, along with his producing partner, Sherry Lynn. His film and television credits can be seen here as well. (Biography By: Robert Briscoe Evans)