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Salvatore "Robert" Loggia[2] (January 3, 1930 – December 4, 2015) was an American actor and director. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
for Jagged Edge (1985) and won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor
Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor
for Big (1988). In a career spanning over sixty years, Loggia performed in notable films such as The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Greatest Story Ever Told
(1965), Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978), An Officer and a Gentleman
An Officer and a Gentleman
(1982), Scarface (1983), Prizzi's Honor
Prizzi's Honor
(1985), Oliver & Company (1988), Innocent Blood (1992), Independence Day
Independence Day
(1996), Lost Highway (1997), Return to Me (2000), and Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
(2012). He also made prominent appearances on television series such as the Walt Disney limited series, "The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca" (starring role-1958),[3] Mancuso, FBI (in which he starred-1989–1990), Malcolm in the Middle (2001), The Sopranos
The Sopranos
(2004), Men of a Certain Age (2011), and was the star of the groundbreaking 1966-67 NBC
NBC
martial arts / action series, T.H.E. Cat.[4][5][6][7]

Contents

1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Personal life

3.1 Illness and death

4 Honors and recognitions 5 Filmography

5.1 Film 5.2 Television 5.3 Video games

6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links

Early life and education[edit] Salvatore Loggia (Italian pronunciation: [<salvaˈtoːre ˈlɔddʒa]), an Italian American, was born in Staten Island, New York on January 3, 1930, to Biagio Loggia, a shoemaker born in Palma di Montechiaro, Agrigento, Sicily, and Elena Blandino, a homemaker born in Vittoria, Ragusa, Sicily.[1][8][9] He grew up in the Little Italy neighborhood, where the family spoke Italian at home. He attended New Dorp High School before going to Wagner College. Later he started courses towards a degree in journalism at the University of Missouri, but later still switched to drama courses with Alvina Krause at Northwestern University. After serving in the United States Army, he married Marjorie Sloan in 1954, and began a long career at the Actors Studio, studying under Stella Adler.[10] Career[edit] At age 25, he made his debut on Broadway in The Man With the Golden Arm in 1955.[10] Although Loggia made his first film in 1956, in an uncredited appearance, it was not until he was cast as a New Mexico lawman Elfego Baca, two years later, that he gained a breakthrough in Hollywood. Loggia was a radio and TV anchor on the Southern Command Network in the Panama Canal Zone, and he came to prominence playing a real-life sheriff in Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, a series of Walt Disney TV shows. He later starred as the proverbial cat-burglar-turned-good circus artist, Thomas Hewitt Edward Cat, in a short-lived detective series called T.H.E. Cat, first broadcast in 1966. At first, T.H.E. Cat appeared to be a success, Loggia said: "We're drawing about a 30 per cent share of the audience, which NBC
NBC
considers fine for a new show with new star."[11] After NBC
NBC
cancelled the series, when viewing figures failed to deliver, Loggia went into a mid-life crisis; a "Dante-esque descent into the inferno", as he called it later. For six years his career foundered, and his marriage fell apart. Restless and unnerved, constantly riddled with self-doubt, a chance meeting with Audrey O'Brien was a saving grace. She helped him out of the crisis, and they later married. Despite playing Frank Carver on the CBS
CBS
soap opera The Secret Storm[12] in 1972, he took a new course, when he decided to begin a career in directing. He also carried on acting, and amassed many television credits in a variety of roles, including appearances on Overland Trail, Target: The Corruptors!, The Untouchables, The Eleventh Hour, Breaking Point, Combat!, Custer, Columbo, Ellery Queen, The High Chaparral, Gunsmoke, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Big Valley, The Wild Wild West, Rawhide, Little House on the Prairie, Starsky and Hutch, Charlie's Angels, Magnum, P.I., Quincy, M.E., Kojak, Hawaii Five-0, The Bionic Woman, Falcon Crest, Frasier, The Sopranos, Monk, and Oliver Stone's miniseries Wild Palms.[2]

Robert Loggia
Robert Loggia
as T.H.E. Cat
T.H.E. Cat
(1966).

The director Blake Edwards
Blake Edwards
often cast Loggia in his films in one of the minor and supporting roles. These included Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978); S.O.B. (1981), which was a satire about Hollywood; and the Pink Panther sequels. Loggia also acted in several widely acclaimed films such as An Officer and a Gentleman (1982), Scarface (1983), Prizzi's Honor
Prizzi's Honor
(1985), and Independence Day
Independence Day
(1996). Other films starring Loggia include Over The Top (1987), Necessary Roughness (1991), and Return to Me
Return to Me
(2000).[2] Loggia was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of crusty private detective Sam Ransom in the crime-thriller Jagged Edge (1985). He was nominated for the Primetime Emmy
Emmy
Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, his first such honor, for portraying FBI agent Nick Mancuso in the TV series Mancuso, FBI (1989–1990), a follow up to the previous year's miniseries Favorite Son (1988). Loggia appeared as a mobster in multiple films, including: Bill Sykes, the immoral loanshark and shipyard agent in Disney's animated film Oliver & Company (1988), Salvatore "The Shark" Macelli in John Landis' Innocent Blood (1992), Mr. Eddy in David Lynch's Lost Highway (1997), and Don Vito Leoni in David Jablin's The Don's Analyst (1997).[2] Additionally, he played violent mobster Feech La Manna
Feech La Manna
in several episodes of The Sopranos. In 1998, Loggia appeared in a television commercial lampooning obscure celebrity endorsements. In it, a young boy names Loggia as someone he would trust to recommend Minute Maid orange-tangerine blend. Loggia instantly appears and endorses the drink, to which the boy exclaims, "Whoa, Robert Loggia!"[13] The commercial was later referenced in a Malcolm in the Middle
Malcolm in the Middle
episode, in which Loggia made a guest appearance as "Grandpa Victor" (for which he received his second Emmy nomination); in it, Loggia drinks some orange juice, then spits it out and complains about the pulp. In addition to voicing Sykes in Disney's Oliver & Company, Loggia had several other voice acting roles, in multiple media, including: Admiral Petrarch in the computer game FreeSpace 2
FreeSpace 2
(1999), the narrator of the Scarface: The World is Yours (2006) game adaptation and the anime movie The Dog of Flanders (1997), crooked cop Ray Machowski in the video game Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto III
(2001), and a recurring role on the Adult Swim
Adult Swim
animated TV comedy series Tom Goes to the Mayor (2004–2006).[14] In August 2009, Loggia appeared in one of Apple's Get a Mac advertisements. The advertisement features Loggia as a personal trainer hired by PC to get him back on top of his game.[citation needed] On October 26, 2009, TVGuide.com announced Loggia had joined the cast of the TNT series Men of a Certain Age.[15] In 2012, Loggia portrayed Saint Peter
Saint Peter
during his final imprisonment in The Apostle Peter
Apostle Peter
and the Last Supper.[2] Loggia partnered with Canadian entrepreneur Frank D'Angelo from 2013, appearing in three films (Real Gangsters, The Big Fat Stone, and No Depo$it), with a fourth film in production (Sicilian Vampire) at the time of Loggia's death.[citation needed] Loggia served as a director for episodes of Quincy M.E., Magnum P.I., and Hart to Hart. Loggia reprised his role from Independence Day, General William Grey, in a cameo appearance alongside his wife, Audrey, in the 2016 sequel Independence Day: Resurgence, filmed shortly before his death. The film was released posthumously and dedicated to him. Personal life[edit]

Robert and wife Audrey at the 2012 Miami International Film Festival

Loggia was married to Marjorie Sloan from 1954 to 1981, with whom he had three children: Tracey (an actress),[16] John (a production designer),[17] and Kristina (an actress).[1][18] Loggia and Sloan were divorced in 1981.[1] In 1982, Loggia married Audrey O'Brien, a business executive and the mother of his stepdaughter Cynthia Marlette. Loggia and O'Brien remained married until his death in 2015.[1] Illness and death[edit] In 2010, Loggia was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.[19] He died on December 4, 2015, of complications from the disease, at his home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, at the age of 85.[19][20] Honors and recognitions[edit] In 2010, Loggia was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in recognition of his humanitarian efforts.[21] On December 17, 2011, Loggia was honored by his alma mater, the University of Missouri, with an honorary degree for his career and his humanitarian efforts.[22] Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1956 Somebody Up There Likes Me Frankie Peppo Uncredited.

1957 The Garment Jungle Tulio Renata American crime film noir, directed by Vincent Sherman
Vincent Sherman
and Robert Aldrich, and written by Lester Velie and Harry Kleiner.

1958 Cop Hater Detective Steve Carelli American police procedural film, based on the 1956 novel Cop Hater by Ed McBain

The Lost Missile Dr. David Loring Science fiction film, directed by William A. Berke's son, Lester Wm. Berke, who had come up with the original story.

1963 Cattle King Johnny Quatro

1965 The Greatest Story Ever Told Joseph American epic film, produced and directed by George Stevens.

1966 The Three Sisters Solyony Directed by Paul Bogart.

Elfego Baca: Six Gun Law Elfego Baca

1969 Che! Faustino Morales American biographical drama film, directed by Richard Fleischer, and starring Omar Sharif
Omar Sharif
as Marxist
Marxist
revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara.

1974 Two Missionaries Marches Gonzaga

Credited as Roberto Loggia. An Italian action comedy.

1977 Speedtrap Spillano A police chase action film.

First Love John March American romance film.

1978 Revenge of the Pink Panther Al Marchione The sixth film in The Pink Panther comedy film series.

1980 The Ninth Configuration Lt. Bennish

Also known as Twinkle, Twinkle, "Killer" Kane. American film, directed by William Peter Blatty.

Flatfoot in Egypt Edward Burns

Known as Piedone d'Egitto in Italy. A 1980 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film, directed by Steno.

1981 S.O.B. Herb Maskowitz American film comedy, written and directed by Blake Edwards.

1982 An Officer and a Gentleman Byron Mayo American drama/romance film.[23]

Trail of the Pink Panther Bruno Langois The seventh film in The Pink Panther series.

1983 Psycho II Dr. Bill Raymond

American psychological horror film, directed by Richard Franklin, and written by Tom Holland. It is the first sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, and the second film in the Psycho series.

Curse of the Pink Panther Bruno Langois

Curse attempted to relaunch the series with a new lead, Ted Wass, as bumbling American detective Clifton Sleigh, assigned to find the missing Inspector Clouseau. The film features a cameo by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
– as Clouseau himself – at the end of the film.

Scarface Frank Lopez American crime drama film, directed by Brian De Palma, and written by Oliver Stone, a remake of the 1932 film of the same name.

1985 Prizzi's Honor Eduardo Prizzi American film, directed by John Huston.

Jagged Edge Sam Ransom American courtroom thriller, written by Joe Eszterhas, and directed by Richard Marquand.

1986 Armed and Dangerous Michael Carlino American action-crime comedy film, directed by Mark L. Lester.

That's Life! Father Baragone

1987 Over the Top Jason Cutler

Sport-drama film produced, and directed by Menahem Golan. Screenplay was written by Stirling Silliphant and Sylvester Stallone.

Hot Pursuit Mac MacClaren American-Mexican action comedy film, directed by Steven Lisberger, and written by Lisberger and Steven Carabatsos.

The Believers Lt. Sean McTaggert A horror/neo-noir film, directed by John Schlesinger.

Gaby: A True Story Michel Brimmer American-Mexican drama biographical film, directed by Luis Mandoki.

Amazon Women on the Moon Gen. McCormick

(segment "The Unknown Soldier"), Uncredited. American satirical comedy film, that parodies the experience of watching low-budget movies on late-night television.

1988 Big Mr. MacMillan American fantasy comedy film, directed by Penny Marshall

Oliver and Company Sykes

Voice. American animated musical buddy comedy-drama film.

1989 Relentless Bill Malloy American crime film, directed by William Lustig.

Triumph of the Spirit Father Arouch

American film, directed by Robert M. Young. A remake of the Slovak film, The Boxer and Death, directed by Peter Solan.

1990 Opportunity Knocks Milt Malkin Comedy film, directed by Donald Petrie.

1991 The Marrying Man Lew Horner

Also known as Too Hot to Handle in the United Kingdom and Australia. Romantic comedy
Romantic comedy
film, directed by Jerry Rees, and written by Neil Simon.[24]

Necessary Roughness Coach Wally Rig American sports comedy film, directed by Stan Dragoti in his final film.

1992 Gladiator Pappy Jack American sports drama film, directed by Rowdy Herrington.

Innocent Blood Sallie "The Shark" Macelli

Also known in some regions as A French Vampire in America. American crime comedy horror film, directed by John Landis, and written by Michael Wolk.

Spies Inc. Mac

1993 Lifepod Director Banks

1994 Bad Girls Frank Jarrett Western film, directed by Jonathan Kaplan, from a screenplay by Ken Friedman and Yolande Turner.

The Last Tattoo Cmdr. Conrad Dart

I Love Trouble Matt Greenfield

1995 Coldblooded Gordon Black comedy/thriller film about hitmen, directed by Wallace Wolodarsky.

Man with a Gun Philip Marquand

1996 Independence Day General William Grey American epic science fiction disaster film, co-written and directed by Roland Emmerich.

1997 Lost Highway Mr. Eddy / Dick Laurent French-American neo noir psychological mystery thriller, written and directed by David Lynch.

Smilla's Sense of Snow Moritz Jasperson Released in the United Kingdom under the original 1992 novel title in Danish title: Frøken Smillas fornemmelse for sne.

The Dog of Flanders Grandpa Jehan

Japanese anime film. Voice. English version.

The Don's Analyst Don Vito Leoni

1998 Wide Awake Grandpa Beal Comedy-drama film, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and produced by Cathy Konrad and Cary Woods.

The Proposition Hannibal Thurman

Holy Man John McBainbridge Comedy film, directed by Stephen Herek.

Hard Time Connie Martin American crime film, directed by, and starring Burt Reynolds.[25][26]

1999 The Suburbans Jules Comedy-drama that satirizes the 1980s revival hype around the turn of the 21st century.

Flypaper Marvin

American Virgin Ronny Directed by Jean-Pierre Marois.

2000 Return to Me Angelo Pardipillo Romantic comedy-drama film, directed by Bonnie Hunt.

2001 Dodson's Journey Opti Dodson

The Shipment Frank Colucci

All Over Again Zack

Grand Theft Auto III Ray Machowski Video game

2005 The Deal Jared Tolson Political thriller film, directed by Harvey Kahn.

2006 Funny Money Feldman Comedy film, directed by Leslie Greif.

Rain Jake Marvin

Directed by Craig DiBona. The screenplay was written by Andrew Neiderman, based on the novel by V. C. Andrews.

Forget About It Carl Campobasso Directed by BJ Davis.[27]

Wild Seven Mackey Willis

2008 The Boneyard Collection

The Least Of These Father William Jennings

2009 Shrink Dr. Robert Carter American independent comedy-drama film, directed by Jonas Pate.

2010 Harvest Siv Received the Charlotte Film Festival Award for Best Actor.

Obituary of the Sun Samuel Levine

2011 Fake Seamus White

The Grand Theft General McAvoy

The Great Fight Dr. Salvatore Reno

The Life Zone John Lation / Satan

2012 Apostle Peter
Apostle Peter
and the Last Supper Apostle Peter

Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie Tommy Schlaaang American comedy film, written and directed by Tim Heidecker
Tim Heidecker
and Eric Wareheim, creators of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!.

The Diary of Preston Plummer John Percy

Margarine Wars Grandpa Griswold

2013 Real Gangsters Gaitanno 'Tanno'

2014 Snapshot Paul Grady

Scavenger Killers Dr. Montgomery

An Evergreen Christmas Pops

The Big Fat Stone Father Walter

2015 Bleeding Hearts Sheriff Wilson

No Deposit Sydney Fischer

Sicilian Vampire Santino Trafficante Sr. Canadian horror drama film, written, directed by, and starring Frank D'Angelo.

2016 Independence Day: Resurgence Retired General and former 43rd President[28] William Grey Posthumous release

The Red Maple Leaf Patrick Adams Senior Posthumous release

Cries of the Unborn Mr. Lation Posthumous release, (final film role)

Television[edit]

1959 Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond Tom Grant S2 E15 "The Hand"

1963 Alfred Hitchcock Driver Main cast

1965 Gunsmoke
Gunsmoke
(Season 10, Episode 19; "Chief Joseph") Lieutenant Cal Tripp Guest Cast. Aired 1/30/1965. Played Army Lieutenant Cal Tripp, who was bringing an aged, ailing Indian Chief to Washington D.C. to meet with the President.

1966 T.H.E. Cat Thomas Hewitt Edward Cat Main cast

1968 The Big Valley Vern Hickson S4 E9 "The Profit and the Lost"

1976 Columbo: Now You See Him Harry (the chef in charge of the kitchen) Main cast

1976 The Moneychangers Tony Bear TV miniseries

1976 Wonder Woman (TV series) Hans Eichler S1 E06 "Wonder Woman vs Gargantua"

1977 Rockford Files Manny Arturis Main cast

1977 Raid on Entebbe Yigal Allon

TV film, directed by Irvin Kershner Based on an actual event: Operation Entebbe
Operation Entebbe
and the freeing of hostages at Entebbe Airport
Entebbe Airport
in Entebbe, Uganda
Uganda
on July 4, 1976.

1978 Rockford Files Russell Nevitt Main cast.

1980 Magnum P.I. Philippe Trusseau Main cast

1982 A Woman Called Golda Anwar Sadat TV miniseries

1982 Little House on the Prairie Thomas Stark Season 9, Episode 4 "Rage"

1983 Emerald Point N.A.S. Yuri Bukharin Main cast

1987 Echoes in the Darkness Jay Smith TV miniseries

1987 Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8 Wiliam M. Kunstler

1988 Favorite Son Nick Mancuso Political intrigue miniseries, that aired on NBC
NBC
(in three parts)

1989 Mancuso, F.B.I. Nick Mancuso Main cast

1991 Sunday Dinner Ben Benedict Main cast

1993 Wild Palms Senator Anton Kreutzer TV miniseries

1993 Mercy Mission: the Rescue of Flight 771 Gordon Vette Television film

1994 Picture Windows Merce 1 episode

1999 Joan of Arc Father Monet

2000 Malcolm in the Middle Victor 1 episode

2000 Frasier Stefano 1 episode

2003 Queens Supreme Judge Thomas O'Neill Main cast

2004 The Sopranos Feech La Manna Appears in: "Two Tonys", "Rat Pack", Where's Johnny?", and "All Happy Families..."

2008 Monk Louie Flynn 1 episode, "Mr. Monk Takes a Punch"

2010 Hawaii Five-0 Boatswain's Mate, Ed McKay, 1st Class 1 episode, "Ho'apano"

2010–2011 Men of a Certain Age Artie Three episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Roles Notes

1999 Freespace 2 Adm. Petrarch

2001 Grand Theft Auto III Ray Machowski

2006 Scarface: The World Is Yours Narrator, Civilian

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result ref

1985 Academy Award Best Supporting Actor Jagged Edge Nominated [19]

1988 Cable ACE Award Best Actor in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8 Nominated

1988 Saturn Award Best Supporting Actor Big Won [29]

1990 Primetime Emmy
Emmy
Award Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Mancuso, F.B.I. Nominated

1992 Fangoria Chainsaw Award Best Actor Innocent Blood Nominated

2001 Primetime Emmy
Emmy
Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Malcolm in the Middle Nominated

References[edit]

^ a b c d e Robert Loggia
Robert Loggia
Biography, Film Reference. Retrieved 2015-12-05 ^ a b c d e Biography for Robert Loggia
Robert Loggia
on IMDb ^ "the nine lives of elfego baca - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved March 19, 2018.  ^ dalek7 (March 24, 2013). " T.H.E. Cat
T.H.E. Cat
Robert Loggia" – via YouTube.  ^ miksha natali (June 27, 2014). "T. H. E. Cat tv series 1x01 To Kill a Priest" – via YouTube.  ^ miksha natali (July 5, 2014). "The Cat 1x10 To Bell The Cat" – via YouTube.  ^ RwDt09 (September 21, 2007). "T.H.E. CAT" – via YouTube.  ^ "News". Columbia Daily Tribune. Columbia, MO. October 24, 2006. [permanent dead link] ^ "Profile". Yahoo! Movies. Retrieved April 12, 2015.  ^ a b The Daily Telegraph, December 7, 2015, (paper only), Obituary, p.31. ^ Gowran, Clay (October 31, 1966). "Plan More Kisses for Bone Busting Cat". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved September 4, 2016.  ^ TV Guide
TV Guide
Guide to TV. Barnes and Noble. 2004. p. 562. ISBN 0-7607-5634-1.  ^ Whoa, Robert Loggia! on YouTube ^ Justin Sevakis (March 6, 2008) The Dog of Flanders – Buried Treasure, animenewsnetwork.com; accessed April 12, 2015. ^ Adam Bryant (October 26, 2009). "Exclusive: Ray Romano's Men of a Certain Age Casts Robert Loggia". TVGuide.com.  ^ "Tracey Loggia".  ^ "John Loggia".  ^ "Kristina Loggia".  ^ a b c Associated Press
Associated Press
(December 4, 2015). "'Scarface,' 'Sopranos' actor Robert Loggia
Robert Loggia
dies at 85". LA Times. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved December 4, 2015.  ^ McNary, Dave (December 4, 2015). "Oscar-Nominated Actor Robert Loggia Dies at 85". Variety. Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved January 15, 2015.  ^ "Ellis Island Medal of Honor", NYU News and Publications, May 10, 2015. Retrieved 2015-12-05 ^ "Robert Loggia, William Least Heat-Moon to earn honorary MU degrees". Columbia Daily Tribune. December 1, 2011. Retrieved December 5, 2011.  ^ "An Officer and a Gentleman". Rolling Stone. Wenner Media LLC. May 22, 2013. Retrieved December 6, 2015.  ^ Canby, Vincent (April 5, 1991). " The Marrying Man
The Marrying Man
(1991) Review/Film; Marriage as Eternal Punishment". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved December 6, 2015.  ^ Ray Richmond (December 10, 1998). "Review: 'Hard Time'". Variety. Retrieved December 6, 2015.  ^ Steven Linan (December 12, 1998). "Reynolds' 'Hard Time' Gives Viewers a Rather Difficult Time". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 6, 2015.  ^ "Forget About It movie website". Internet Archive. February 7, 2006. Archived from the original on February 7, 2006. Retrieved December 6, 2015.  ^ "Independence Day: Resurgence". War of 1996. Retrieved December 25, 2015.  ^ Arar, Yardena (December 7, 1989). "`Beetlejuice` And `Roger Rabbit` Each Win 3 Awards". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved December 4, 2015. 

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