Robert Loggia

Robert Loggia

actor, director, additional crew

Robert Loggia was born on Jan 03, 1930 in USA. Robert Loggia's big-screen debut came with Somebody Up There Likes Me directed by Robert Wise in 1956, strarring Frankie Peppo (uncredited). Robert Loggia is known for Queens Supreme directed by John Patterson, Oliver Platt stars as Judge Jack Moran and Robert Loggia as Judge Thomas O'Neill. Robert Loggia has got 6 awards and 8 nominations so far. The most recent award Robert Loggia achieved is Action on Film International Film Festival, USA. The upcoming new movie Robert Loggia plays is The Red Maple Leaf which will be released on May 01, 2017.

Born and raised in New York City, Robert Loggia studied journalism at the University of Missouri before moving back to New York to pursue acting. He trained at the Actors Studio while doing stage work. From the late 1950s he was a familiar face on TV, usually as authoritative figures. Loggia also found work in movies such as La plus grande histoire jamais contée (1965), Scarface (1983) and Big (1988). Always in demand, Loggia worked until his death, at 85, from complications of Alzheimer's.

  • Birthday

    Jan 03, 1930
  • Place of Birth

    Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA

Known For


6 wins & 8 nominations

Action on Film International Film Festival, USA
Outstanding Cast Performance - Feature
Winner - Action on Film Award
CineRockom International Film Festival
For 65 Years of Great Films & Entertainment
Winner - Lifetime Achievement Diamond Award
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