Best known for his Academy Award nominated performance of 'Max Cherry' in Quentin Tarantino's "Jackie Brown," Robert has appeared in over 100 films. The old ones, starting in 1966, include "Reflections in a Golden Eye," "Medium Cool," "The Stalking Moon," "Alligator," "The Black Hole" and "Stunts," and the TV series "Banyon."
In addition to his work in film and television, Robert records audio books, including the best-seller "Hit Man," and Elmore Leonard's "Mr. Paradise," and delivers his speaking program, "Interacting," to a variety of groups – from acting classes to graduating classes; baggage handlers to CEOs; and once (he's pleased to report) to a group of white-collar criminals in a detention facility. He developed this program during the self-termed "sliding second act" of his career. "Interacting" is like a stand-up act with a "Menu" of positive stories instead of jokes ... and a few jokes too. The stories are the lessons of his life and outline several guiding principles -- respect, responsibility, parenting (even without children), excellence, and raising any job to the level of an art form.
Robert Forster plays Ray Morrison in "The Trial."
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