Robert Loggia

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 "The Greatest Story Ever Told" (1965), "Scarface" (1983) and "Big" (1988). Always in demand, Loggia worked until his death (4 December 2015), at 85, from complications of Alzheimer's.

He was married 2 times. He had 3 children (Kristina, John, Tracy ) with first wife, Della Marjorie Sloan (1954 to 1981, divorced). His second wife was Audrey Loggia (1982 to his death)

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Hawaii Five-0 (2010)
Monk (2002)
Guest starring as Louie Flynn
Family Guy (1999)
Guest starring as Robert Loggia
Wild Palms (1993)
Starring as Sen. Anton Kreutzer
Frasier (1993)
Guest starring as Stefano
Mancuso, FBI (1989)
Starring as Nick Mancuso
Murder, She Wrote (1984)
Guest starring as Joe Kellijian
Magnum, P.I. (1980)
Guest starring as Trusseau (2 episodes)
Sword of Justice (1978)
Guest starring as Lubich
T.H.E. Cat (1966)
A Man Called Shenandoah (1965)
Guest starring as Manuel Rojas
Rawhide (1959)
Guest starring as Maria Jose Chappala