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Overview (4)

Born in Aberdeen, Washington, USA
Died in Aberdeen, Washington, USA  (congestive heart failure)
Birth NameRobert Paul Arthaud
Nickname Bob

Mini Bio (1)

Robert Arthur was born on June 18, 1925 in Aberdeen, Washington, USA as Robert Paul Arthaud. He was an actor, known for Ace in the Hole (1951), Twelve O'Clock High (1949) and Mother Wore Tights (1947). He died on October 1, 2008 in Aberdeen.

Trivia (11)

Since the late 1970s he has headed the California-based Project Rainbow organization to help aid Gay senior citizens.
Baby-faced support actor who portrayed earnest collegiate and rookie types in military films, melodrama and film noir of the 1950s.
Quit acting in the 1960s and eventually became an insurance salesman.
Was a drama coach and also ran a small theatre group in Los Angeles at one time.
Was registered as a Log Cabin Republican.
Attended the University of Washington and was in the U.S. Navy training program.
Won a high school radio announcing contest and later became a professional announcer and disc jockey before embarking on his film career.
Graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1943.
Never married, but dated actresses Jane Russell, Rhonda Fleming, Jan Sterling, Jane Greer, Ava Gardner and Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Often confused with a producer at Universal with the same name.
American actor, primarily of youthful secondary roles. He studied at the University of Washington. He maintained a concurrent career as a radio announcer.

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