In 1981 he was suppose to do a tv movie with Elizabeth Montgomery but when got the role of Chase of Falcon Crest he had to drop out and was replaced by Elliot Gould.
In an interview on television Foxworth said that the reason he and Elizabeth (Montgomery) didn't get married for nearly 20 years was because Elizabeth was hesitant because of her three failed marriages. And that the reason why they finally married was so that he could be able to make decisions about her health.
Robert was originally chosen to play the role of J.R. Ewing in the popular TV series "Dallas," but turned down the role because he thought the character was too evil.
Robert is the father of Bo Foxworth.
Robert's Astrological signs is Scorpio.
Robert received the Theatre World Award for his performance in The Crucible (1970).
Robert and Elizabeth Montgomery lived together for almost 20 years before getting married.
Robert remained with the series Falcon Crest for six years.
Robert has two children (Bo and Krystyn)
Robert's first wife was actress Marilyn McCormick.
Robert met Elizabeth Montgomery when they were cast together in the TV movie Mrs. Sundance.
Robert made his off-broadway debut in 1969 in Henry V.
Robert spent three seasons performing at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
Robert's mother was a freelance writer and journalist.
Robert's father worked as a roofing and carpentry contractor.
Robert's mother's name was Eina Beth Seamman
Robert has appeared in episodes of three different series with Joanna Cassidy.
Robert is the creator/organizer of the Los Angleles Classic Theater.
Robert has been married to Stacey Thomas since 1998.
Robert and Elizabeth Montgomery lived together for over twenty years until her death.
Robert was married to actress Elizabeth Montgomery.