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Robert Livingston Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Dec 9, 1906
  • Died: Mar 7, 1988
  • Birth Name: Robert E. Randall

[[Performer~P42763~Livingston~jolivingston]] was born [[Performer~P164085~Robert Randall~robertrandall]]. Raised in California, he began his professionl life as a reporter. In the late '20s he began performing onstage and in film shorts. By 1934 he had become an actor in feature films, and in 1936 he began a long stretch as a cowboy star: alongside costars Crash Corrigan and [[Performer~P70294~Max Terhune~maxalibiterhune]], he appeared as Stony Brooke in the [[Feature~V49682~Three Mesquiteers~thethreemesquiteers]] series of Westerns, going on to play the character 29 times; the [[Feature~V113567~Mesquiteers~mesquiteers]] were among the Top Ten Western Box-Office attractions in every year from 1937-43. In 1939 he portrayed the Lone Ranger in a serial, then in the early '40s he remained popular as the costar of the [[Feature~V211617~Lone Rider~thelonerider[filmseries]]] series with sidekick Fuzzy St. John; meanwhile, he also played romantic leads in a number of B-movies. Later he appeared in occasional character roles. He was briefly married to starlet [[Performer~P60493~Margaret Roach~margaretroach]], daughter of film pioneer Hal Roach. His brother was minor actor and singing cowboy [[Performer~P58704~Jack Randall~jackrandall]]. ~ Rovi