Robert Loggia was born on January 3, 1930 in Staten Island, New York. The son of two Italian immigrants, Robert sought an acting career in the United States after serving in the military and graduating from the University of Missouri. Robert Loggia's first big role came in 1958, when he played lawyer Elfego Baca in the Walt Disney Anthology television series. This propelled his long career as a supporting actor in a wide variety of television shows including Frasier, Starsky and Hutch, Charlie's Angles, Magnum, P.I., Columbo and The Sopranos, among many others. He also appeared in many movies including Independence Day, Big, Scarface, Armed and Dangerous and Over the Top. Robert Loggia has been nominated for both an Oscar and an Emmy but he has never won either. Robert Loggia is married to Audrey O'Brien and has a step-daughter with her. He has three children from his earlier marriage to Marjorie Sloan.