Robert Loggia Overview

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Born: January 03, 1930

Best known for his exuberant dance with Tom Hanks on a gigantic keyboard in Big, Robert Loggia began his studies at New York's Actors Studio. His first important Broadway assignment was 1955's The Man with the Golden Arm; one year later, he made his first film, Somebody Up There Likes Me. In 1958, he enjoyed a brief flurry of TV popularity as the title character in The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, a multipart western originally telecast on Walt Disney Presents. His next weekly TV... See All

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