Robert Walden

Mostly Credited As: Robert Walden
Birth Name: Robert Wolkowitz
Date Of Birth: September 25, 1943 (Age 72)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: New York City, New York

Robert Walden

Robert Walden was born on September 25 in New York City, and became interested in acting at City College of New York, where he won a best actor's award for his performance in "The Teahouse of the August Moon."
He did summer stock at the Cecilwood Theatre in Fishkill, N.Y., and, after graduating from CCNY, became the youngest male member of The Actors Studio. He got an early break in 1970 when he won a co-starring role as Shelley Winters' youngest son in the movie "Bloody Mama."
He appeared in "Dance of Death" at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., and in the American Conservatory Theater production of "The Last Sweet Days of Isaac" in San Francisco. Paddy Chayevsky saw him on opening night and, four months later, he was cast in the playwright's theatrical film, "The Hospital."
That led to a regular role on 'The Bold Ones" television series. He has appeared in such motion pictures-for-television as "Enola Gay," "The Marcus-Nelson Murders," "Shirts/Skins," "Larry," and "The Great Ice Rip-Off," and has had guest roles on such shows as "Medical Center," 'The Rookies" and "Rhoda."
He portrayed Donald Segretti in the award-winning feature film "All the President's Men." His other movies include "Rage," 'The Out of Towners," "Pigeons," "New York, New York," "Capricorn One" and "Audrey Rose."
He was nominated for Emmys in 1979 and 1980 for his portrayal of hard-bitten reporter Joe Rossi on "Lou Grant." His role has given him an interest in journalism that led to magazine and newspaper writing assignments for the Los Angeles Free Press, the San Francisco Examiner, the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and New York magazine. He also speaks frequently at college and high school journalism seminars.
He continued his stage work with "History of the American Film" at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, and appeared Off Broadway in "Lime Green/Khaki Blue" and "Hey You, Light Man!"
Walden is 5'9" tall, weighs 140 pounds and has light brown hair and blue eyes, He is an ice hockey fan, enjoys tennis, basketball and swimming, and sings and plays guitar. He is single and lives in Studio City, Calif.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Happily Divorced (2011)As: Glen
Brothers (US) (1984)As: Joe Waters
Lou Grant (1977)As: Joe Rossi
Episode Cast Credits 

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) 
  Demons 07x01: (Sep/20/2005) As William Dorsey 

The West Wing (1999) 
  18th and Potomac 02x21: (May/09/2001) As Senator Rossiter 

Judging Amy (1999) 
  Culture Clash 01x15: (Feb/15/2000) As Ian Tyson 

Pacific Blue (1996) 
  Sandman 03x06: (Sep/21/1997) As Carl Regis 

Melrose Place (1992) (1992) 
  Holy Strokes 04x16: (Jan/01/1996) As Norman 
  Two Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 04x14: (Dec/04/1995) As Norman 

Father Dowling Mysteries (1989) 
  The Missing Body Mystery (2) 01x02: (Jan/20/1989) As Vincent Tillman 

Hotel (1983) 
  Aftershocks (2) 05x17: (May/05/1988) As Tom Conner 

Matlock (1986) 
  The Convict 01x18: (Feb/10/1987) As Roger Bundy 

Murder, She Wrote (1984) 
  Murder in the Afternoon 02x03: (Oct/13/1985) As Lt. Antonelli 

Battle of the Network Stars (1976) 
  Special #12 01x12: (May/07/1982) As CBS Team 
  Special #9 01x09: (Dec/05/1980) As CBS Team 

The Streets of San Francisco (1972) 
  A Good Cop...But 05x15: (Feb/10/1977) As Detective Arnie 
  Web of Lies 04x09: (Nov/06/1975) As Frankie 
  Jacob's Boy 03x07: (Oct/24/1974) As Hubert 'Gimp' Franklin 

Rhoda (1974) 
  Somebody Has to Say They're Sorry 03x17: (Jan/23/1977) As Ernie Joyce 

Police Story (1973) (1973) 
  Spitfire 04x13: (Jan/11/1977) As Inv. Lou Bleyer 

The Blue Knight (1975) 
  Death Echo 02x10: (Dec/01/1976) As Joey 

Police Woman (1974) 
  Broken Angels 03x06: (Nov/09/1976) As Spider Denton 

Starsky & Hutch (1975) 
  Murder at Sea (2) 02x04: (Oct/02/1976) As Marty Simon 
  Murder at Sea (1) 02x03: (Oct/02/1976) As Marty Simon 

The Rockford Files (1974) (1974) 
  The Oracle Wore a Cashmere Suit 03x02: (Oct/01/1976) As Barry Silverstein, [Special Guest Stars]

Doctors' Hospital (1975) 
  Lullabye 01x13: (Jan/14/1976) As Unknown 

Medical Center (US) (1969) 
  The Eighth Deadly Sin 07x12: (Dec/01/1975) As Dr. Corelli 
  Torment 07x03: (Sep/22/1975) As Dr. Corelli 
  The Faces of Peril 06x03: (Sep/23/1974) As Corelli 

Kate McShane (1975) 
  Terror on Sycamore Street 01x02: (Sep/17/1975) As Vogel 

The Rookies (1972) 
  S.W.A.T. (2) 03x21: (Feb/17/1975) As Kevin 
  S.W.A.T. (1) 03x20: (Feb/17/1975) As Kevin 
  Time Lock 02x22: (Mar/04/1974) As Mark Haines 
  Margin for Error 02x02: (Sep/17/1973) As Joey 

Adam's Rib (1973) 
  Murder! 01x10: (Nov/16/1973) As Keller 

Columbo (1971) 
  Any Old Port in a Storm 03x02: (Oct/07/1973) As Billy Fine 

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1969) 
  And Other Springs I May Not See 04x16: (May/04/1973) As Dr. Martin Cohen 
  Discovery at Fourteen 03x11: (Mar/05/1972) As Dr. Martin Cohen 

Kojak (1973) (1973) 
  The Marcus-Nelson Murders (Mar/08/1973) As Mr. Fisher 

Hunter (1977) (1977) 
  U.F.M. 13 01x12: (Unaired) As Bellheimer 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Episode Crew

Brothers (US) (1984) (Credited in 3 episodes from this show) 
Three Infants and a Baby 05x17 Feb/24/1989 As: Director, Writer
Hustle Up 05x05 Oct/07/1988 As: Director
A Carnation By Any Other Name 02x24 Dec/04/1985 As: Writer
The Twilight Zone (1985) (1985) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
20/20 Vision 03x12 Dec/10/1988 As: Writer
Who's the Boss? (1984) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
Big Girl On Campus 04x02 Sep/29/1987 As: Writer
Gentle Ben (1967) (Credited in 2 episodes from this show) 
Take a Giant Step 01x24 Feb/25/1968 As: Story
Hurricane Coming 01x01 Sep/10/1967 As: Writer
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