Robert's most recent role sees him portraying British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, in The Trial of Tony Blair.
Robert's favorite Films include:
Night Of The Hunter;
Monsieur Hulot's Holiday;
Les Enfants Du Paradis;
Singin' in the Rain;
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest;
Bridget Jones's Diary;
Lost in Translation.
Robert's astrological sign is Sagittarius.
Robert was awarded the 1997 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actor in a Musical of the 1996 season for his performance in Oliver at the London Palladium.
Robert was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 1986 for Best Actor in a Musical for Me and My Girl.
Robert's height is 5' 10" (1.78 m).
Robert is, perhaps, best known for his work in the British sitcom My Family.
Robert has three children: two sons and one daugther.
Robert lives with TV presenter and dancer Rosemarie Ford.
Robert played the lead role in Hamlet in the Royal Exchange production in 1983.
Robert has recently been involved in a national appeal for the BBC and GOMA for victims of the volcano eruption in The Congo.
Robert supports, in particular, Health Unlimited and S.A.N.E.
Robert first became a household name in the UK, as Wolfie in the 1977 sitcom Citizen Smith.
After graduating from high-school, Robert enrolled in the drama department of a technical college in Nottingham.
Growing up, Robert mentions being influenced by D H Lawrence.
Robert's first job was as a dialect coach with a repertory company.
Robert currently lives in Buckinghamshire.
Robert's mother Mrs Joyce Stevenson passed away in January 2000.
Robert grew up in Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
Robert Lindsay: I'm very proud of my dad. He was a trade unionist, very outspoken. I think I've inherited that.