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Robert Walden Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Sep 25, 1943
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

The holder of a BA from New York's City College, actor Robert Walden began making the theatrical rounds in the early 1960s. Beginning with The Out-of-Towners (1970), Walden showed up in several film supporting roles, ranging from Donald Segretti in [[Feature~V1613~All the President's Men~allthepresidentsmen]] (1976) to a philosophical sperm (!) in Woody Allen's [[Feature~V62323~Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex...~everythingyoualwayswantedtoknowaboutsexbutwereafraidtoask]] (1972). Having previously been a regular on the TV series The New Doctors (1972), Walden attained a measure of stardom as "Woodstein"-style investigative reporter Lou Rossi in the weekly [[Feature~V271914~Lou Grant~lougrant[tvseries]]] (1977-82). Never one to back away from a creative challenge, Robert Walden signed on as co-star of the 1984 Showtime series [[Feature~V305820~Brothers~brothers[tvseries]]], one of the first American sitcoms to feature openly gay characters. In the years to come, Walden would remain active on screen, appearing on the TV series Happily Divorced. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi