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Robert Loggia was an actor and director.

Relationship Facts of Robert Loggia

Robert Loggia is married to Audrey Loggia {Compare Couple}.
Robert Loggia married on December 27, 1982.
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He is father of Three (Kristina Loggia, John Loggia and Tracey Loggia).
Robert Loggia is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Robert Loggia?

Robert Loggia was married to Audrey Loggia who is a business executive. They exchanged the vows on 27 Dec 1982.

Audrey from her previous marriage has a daughter named Cynthia Marlette.

Previous Marriage

Robert’s first marriage was with Marjorie Sloan on 28 March 1954. They had three children, Kristina Loggia, John Loggia, and Tracey Loggia.

They separated in the year 1981.

Who is Robert Loggia?

Robert Loggia was an American actor and director. He was the winner of the Saturn award for the comedy movie Big.

As a director, Robert assisted in directing episodes of Quincy M.E., Magnum, P.I., and Hart to Hart.


Robert passed away at the age of 85 on Dec 4, 2015, from Alzheimer’s disease. He was diagnosed with it in the year 2010. He died at his own home in Brentwood.

What are the birth facts of Robert Loggia?

Robert Loggia was born as Salvatore Loggia in Staten Island, New York City, New York, U.S, on Jan 3, 1930. His ethnicity was mixed (Sicilian-Italian).

His father was Biagio Loggia (shoemaker) and his mother was Elena Blandino (homemaker) while his sibling’s details are unavailable.


He graduated from New Dorp High School, New York City, and then he attended Wagner College in New York City.

Then to do a degree in Journalism, Robert enrolled at the University of Missouri. But later he changed his degree to drama and joined Northwestern University, Illinois.

Robert Loggia- Career, Professional Life

Robert had served in the US army. He made his acting debut through broadway act The Man with the Golden Arm at the age of 25.

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Caption: Robert Loggia with Audrey Loggia (Source: IMDb )

Movie Career

Eric’s 1956 appeared in the film, Somebody Up There Likes Me as Frankie Peppo. Then he was featured in the movie The Three Sisters (1966), S.O.B (1981), Big (1988), Lifepod (1993), The Deal (2005), and more.

His recent appeared movies are Real Gangsters (2013), No deposit (2015), The Red Maple Leaf (2016), and Cries of the Unborn (2017).

TV Series

Robert first appeared in an episode of the 1959 TV series, Wagon Train and Alcoa Present: One Step Beyond.

From 1966 to 1967, he played the role of Thomas Hewitt Edward Cat in T.H.E. Cat for 26 episodes.

The list of Robert’s TV projects are,

  • Emerald Point N.A.S (1983-1984)
  • Mancuso, F.B.I (1989-1990)
  • Sunday Dinner (1991)
  • Wild Palms (1993)
  • Queens Supreme (2003)
  • Men of a Certain Age (2010-2011)

Awards, Nominations

1985Academy AwardBest Supporting ActorNominated
1988Cable ACE AwardBest Actor in TheatricalNominated
1988Saturn AwardBest Supporting ActorWon
1990Primetime Emmy AwardOutstanding Lead ActorNominated
1992Fangoria Chainsaw AwardBest ActorNominated
2001Primetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy SeriesNominated

What is the net worth of Robert Loggia?

This actor’s net worth was approximately $10 million US. One of his most popular movies Big has grossed $ 151.7 million US.

The actor’s average salary in the U.S  was around $19k-$210k US before he passed away.

Body Measurement: Height, Weight

Robert Loggia had black eyes with light hair. His height was 5 feet 10 inches and had a distinctive raspy voice.

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