Robert generally is best known for his roles as villains and antagonists.
Robert is considered an expert in the use of a variety of dialects and accents for his varying roles.
Robert resides in Los Angeles.
Robert won the Sci-Fi Universe Reader's Choice Universe Award for Best Achievement in Genre Multi-Media for the game Star Trek: Klingon.
Robert starred in the CD-ROM game Star Trek: Klingon.
Robert is proud to have starred in the original productions of The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451 (plays written by and based on the books by Ray Bradbury, who has since become a friend).
Robert also considers himself a Trekkie.
Robert is an avid baseball fan.
Robert was nominated by the Los Angeles Drama Circle for Best Director of the Year in 1981 for his play: Marsha Norman's Getting Out.
Last line as Chancellor Gowron (Robert's most infamous role) in Star Trek Deep Space Nine
While battling Worf:
"You will not have this day."
Robert is a member of The Colony Theatre Company.
Robert's birthday , March 25th, has been designated as "Empire Union Day" by Klingon - Trekkies.
Robert is best known for his Star Trek character, Klingon leader - Chancellor Gowron.
Robert has appeared in three different Star Trek shows: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Enterprise.
Robert was credited as "Bobby Reilly" in his appearance in Badda Bing, Badda Bang (DS9-566).
Robert has three children. Three sons in fact. Jack, Joseph, and Michael each were born on January 1, 1997 at 12:01a.m., 12:03a.m., and 12:04a.m..
Robert is happily married, his wife's name is Judy.
Robert modeled his favourite and most famous role, Chancellor Gowron of the Klingon Empire, after Edmund from King Lear.
Robert collects Chancellor Gowron action figures from around the world.
Robert lists Robert E. Lee, Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio and Willie Mays as some of his childhood role models.