While starring in The Profiler, Robert appeared in 1 of NBC's public service announcements, The More You Know. His topic was drug abuse.
Robert absolutely hates being called "Bob", but finds the nickname "Bobert" to be quite funny.
In 2005, Robert recorded a radio spot where he gave his support for California Proposition 73, which rules that a doctor would have to give a written notice to a female minor's parents 48 hours before an abortion takes place.
He co-starred in In the Mix.
Robert has worked and trained with infamous opera star Tito Gobbi.
Robert trained himself as an opera singer, however due to him damaging his voice, he had to quit.
Robert is the only actor to have worked in MGM's two largest theatrical film series: James Bond and Pink Panther, as well as starring in one of MGM's biggest television franchises, Stargate: Atlantis.
His first role was in Contract on Cherry Street, in 1977.
Robert primarilly plays villians or anti-heros.
He is part of the "Bond Villians" society.
He is 6 feet, 2 inches tall.
Robert is now divorced from Jeri McBride.
Robert is married to Christine Bolster (1990-Present).
Robert is strongly conservative.
Attended Seton Hall High School, Patchogue, New York.
Robert has five children: Sean, Ariana, Frances, Isabella, and Nicholas.
In 2006, he directed his first feature, The Dukes.
He was the voice of the "SpecOps" commander in the video game Halo 2.
Robert: The war on terrorism is part of the war with Iraq.
Robert: I know a couple of my friends - quite a few - there is a conservative movement in Hollywood, and we kind of stay amongst ourselves.
[On George W. Bush and the war on terrorism]
Robert: We have to protect America. And I think that, thank God we have this administration and this president.