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Tall, handsome and charismatic actor Robert Quarry was born on November 3, 1925 in Santa Rosa, California. His father was a doctor. Robert's grandmother first introduced him to the world of theater. Quarry finished school at age 14 and was on the swimming team in high school. In the early 40s he was a busy juvenile actor on the radio; he even had ... Wikipedia

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Fugitive Mind1999VideoMark Putnam
Invisible Mom II1999VideoRandolph St.John
The Prophet1999Agent Betts
Dear Santa1998Mr. Ambrose (as Robert Connell)
Mom's Outta Sight1998Robert Secord
Hybrid1998VideoDr. Farrell (as Robert Connell)
Jungle Boy1998Bono (voice)
Rapid Assault1997VideoMilitary Officer (as Robert Connell)
The Shooter1997/IExaminer
Fugitive Rage1996VideoJudge (as Robert Connell)
Droid Gunner1995Chew'Bah
Inner Sanctum II1994Steve Warren
Mind Twister1994Bob
Angel Eyes1993Murray (as Darius Beiderbeck)
Evil Toons1992Demon (voice, uncredited)
Teenage Exorcist1991Father McFerrin
Evil Spirits1990Doctor
Spirits1990Dr. Richard Wicks
Mob Boss1990VideoDr. Jones (as Darius Beiderbeck)
Haunting Fear1990VideoVisconti
Alienator1990Doc Burnside
Sexbomb1989King Faraday
Beverly Hills Vamp1989Father Ferraro
L.A. Bounty1989Jimmy
Warlords1988Dr. Mathers
The Phantom Empire1988VideoProf. Strock
Moon in Scorpio1987Dr. Khorda
Cyclone1987Knowles
Commando Squad1987Milo
Quincy M.E.1980TV SeriesJohn P. Ellison
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1979TV SeriesCommander Corliss
The Rockford Files1977-1979TV SeriesJoe Zakarian / Lee Russo
The Millionaire1978TV MovieMichael Anthony
Rollercoaster1977Mayor
The Lost Saucer1975TV SeriesNepto
Far Out Space Nuts1975TV SeriesZarlam
Cannon1974TV SeriesDr. Jeffers
The Midnight Man1974Dr. Prichette
Madhouse1974Oliver Quayle
The F.B.I.1974TV SeriesPrice
Sugar Hill1974Morgan
Ironside1973TV SeriesTed Moresby
Deathmaster1972Khorda
Dr. Phibes Rises Again1972Darrus Biederbeck
The Return of Count Yorga1971Count Yorga
The Name of the Game1970TV SeriesAsquith
WUSA1970Noonan
Count Yorga, Vampire1970Count Yorga
Winning1969Sam Jagin (uncredited)
Agent for H.A.R.M.1966Borg
Perry Mason1965TV SeriesCoach Casey Banks / Danny Talbert
Kraft Suspense Theatre1965TV SeriesBob Detweiler
The Fugitive1963TV SeriesHoward Pascoe
77 Sunset Strip1960TV SeriesJoey Webb
The Best of the Post1960TV SeriesFred Baker
Wichita Town1960TV SeriesMr. Ferris
The Thin Man1959TV SeriesGregory
Richard Diamond, Private Detective1957-1959TV SeriesLarry / Arnie Bullock
Sea Hunt1959TV SeriesBill Hill
Frontier Doctor1958TV SeriesGil Manners, Maria's Lover
Shirley Temple's Storybook1958TV SeriesPerriscale
Mike Hammer1958TV SeriesRalph Shields
Official Detective1957TV SeriesPlatt
Lux Video Theatre1957TV SeriesSid / Jock / Intern
The George Sanders Mystery Theater1957TV Series
Panic!1957TV SeriesFather Malone
Crime of Passion1957Sam, Reporter
Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal1957TV Series
Navy Log1956TV SeriesThe Skeptic
A Kiss Before Dying1956Dwight Powell
Young Couples Only1955TV ShortPhil
Studio 571955TV SeriesPhil
House of Bamboo1955Phil (uncredited)
Soldier of Fortune1955Frank Stewart, U.S. Consulate (uncredited)
The Millionaire1955TV SeriesAndy / Myles
The Lone Ranger1954TV SeriesJeff Williams
Cavalcade of America1954TV Series
Schlitz Playhouse1954TV Series
King Richard II1954TV MovieBushy
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1951TV SeriesDr. Wheeler
Shadow of a Doubt1943Undetermined Role (uncredited)

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Madhouse1974dialogue and text - uncredited

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Deathmaster1972associate producer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shock Cinema Vol. 21991Video documentaryHimself
Hollywood Screen Test1948TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2009TV Series documentaryDarrus Biederbeck
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1980TV SeriesCommander Corliss

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TitleSalary
Hollywood Screen Test (1948)$125

#Fact
1Had an IQ of 165 and graduated from high school at age 14.
2Encouraged to pursue acting by his grandmother, a frustrated actress.
3Once won a scholarship to the Pasadena Playhouse and was discovered by Alfred Hitchcock while filming Shadow of a Doubt (1943) in Robert's home town.
4Louis B. Mayer signed him up at MGM, but the studio management suddenly changed and Quarry sat around for two years without working.
5Joined the US Army Combat Engineers at age 18 and formed his own theatrical troupe while in the Army. He acted in and helped produce a hit production, "The Hasty Heart" at which President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor Roosevelt, were attendees.
6A brief bout with cancer in 1965 gave him time to learn how to play bridge, and became an expert.
7Won the role of Teresa Wright's boyfriend in the 1943 Hitchcock classic Shadow of a Doubt (1943). His glimpse of a role, however, was all but cut out, but it did lead to an eventual Hollywood career, as well as lifelong friendships with Wright and Joseph Cotten.
8Won an acting scholarship to the Pasadena Playhouse.
9A fine chef, he studied the art of cooking at the Cardon Bleu School in Manhattan under the supervision of Dione Lucas.
10Director/producer/writer Fred Olen Ray, director of many low-budget independent films, contacted Robert in 1987 while he was recuperating in a wheelchair and used him in over a dozen films.
11His personal life was fraught with life-threatening incidents. He had a cancer scare in 1965. In the 1970s he was the victim, as a pedestrian, of a drunken driver and suffered severe facial injuries which required a long recovery period. In 1982, outside his North Hollywood apartment, he was beaten and robbed. The muggers broke his knees, ribs and cheekbone. He suffered his first heart attack as a result.
12Appeared with Paul Newman in Winning (1969). Cut from the film, Newman gave him a part in WUSA (1970). He remained friends with Newman and wife Joanne Woodward for over 20 years.
13He completed high school at age 14.
14Has an IQ of 168.

#Quote
1[on portraying Count Yorga] I enjoyed playing Yorga. The fun of making movies is the fun of getting outside yourself. I had been playing heavies all my life, but they were more real--just with or without a mustache. So it was fun to use some of the--what I hope were--skills I had developed by this time.
2If you want to last in this business, you have to give a lot. You can't just take. And you have to have an agent who really cares and works for you.
3I always tried to play villains like the heroes. Vincent Price was always playing boogieman things, overdoing stuff, and I was like, "Jesus, Vincent, for once just play it straight." I mean, I played Count Yorga straight, I played "Deathmaster" straight. But Vincent's mannerisms took him over. As an actor you should never allow that to happen. The best villains are the ones who are both protagonist and antagonist.
4[in a 1974 interview] My motive is quite simple. I want to be able to continue to earn a decent living and earn the respect of the people I work with. I'm a positive thinker. I don't panic, I don't scare. I've seen lots of brilliant actors go under because they panicked, got scared and ran. I'm hard to scare. I'm pleased with myself as an actor and as a human being. If you work hard, you get things and you don't have to thank everyone, although I feel I owe much to Joseph Cotten and his late wife Lenore, Orson Welles, Katharine Hepburn, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne and to Preston Sturges, the very inventive director who died several years ago. If you want to last in this business, you have to give a lot. You can't just take. And you have to have an agent who really cares, and who works for you, like I have.


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