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Also Known As: Robert L Webber Died: May 19, 1989
Born: October 14, 1924 Cause of Death: amyotrophic lateral sclersosis
Birth Place: Santa Ana, California, USA Profession: actor

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Character player, often of suave, insidious types, who entered film in 1951 and received attention for his role in Sidney's Lumet's "Twelve Angry Men" (1957). A prolific actor, Webber had performed over 400 TV roles by the early 1960s alone. Webber appeared primarily in action films and intrigues, though he ended his career in several succesful farces ("10" 1979, "Private Benjamin" 1980, "S.O.B." 1981).

Character player, often of suave, insidious types, who entered film in 1951 and received attention for his role in Sidney's Lumet's "Twelve Angry Men" (1957). A prolific actor, Webber had performed over 400 TV roles by the early 1960s alone. Webber appeared primarily in action films and intrigues, though he ended his career in several succesful farces ("10" 1979, "Private Benjamin" 1980, "S.O.B." 1981).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Nuts (1987) Francis Macmillan
2.
 Ladies, The (1987) Jerry Patten
3.
 Assassin, The (1986) Calvin Lantz
4.
 Wild Geese II (1985) Robert Mccann
5.
 In Like Flynn (1985) Colonel Harper
6.
 No Man's Land (1984) Will Blackfield
7.
 Getting Physical (1984) Hugh Gibley
8.
 Starflight One (1983) Felix Duncan
9.
 Shooting Stars (1983) J Woodrow Wilson
10.
 Don't Go To Sleep (1982) Dr Cole
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Served in Marine Corps in WWII
1946:
Hitchhiked to New York to become an actor
1948:
Broadway debut (a bit part) in "Two Blind Mice"
1951:
Film debut (as a gangster) in "Highway 301"
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wife:
Del Webber.

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father:
Robert Webber. Merchant seaman.

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