Robert Desiderio
American actor
Robert Desiderio
Biography
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Birthday
09 September 1951
home town
New York City, New York
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Robert desiderio
Alma mater
Seton Hall University
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News
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Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back - Blik op Nieuws
Google News - over 5 years
Een jaar later besluit zij samen met haar man Sean (Robert Desiderio) een kind te adopteren. Via de legale wegen blijkt dat beslist niet van een leien dakje te gaan, zodat de twee uiteindelijk terechtkomen bij een louche adoptiebureau
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Judith Light, Tony Nominee, Awaiting Word for Soap Return - ShowBiz411.com
Google News - over 5 years
Judith and husband Robert Desiderio were among the guests last evening at the Tony Awards cocktail party and presentation of lifetime achievement and special awards. Angela Lansbury, Vanessa Redgrave, and Lily Rabe were also among the notables at the
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St. Mary's announces third quarter honor students - Metrowny.com
Google News - over 5 years
Cassidy Bobeck from Cheektowaga; Stephanie Cronmiller from Elma; Robert Desiderio from Lancaster; Charles Elwell from Lancaster; Tyler Galenski from Lancaster; Alexander Horvatits from Lancaster; Roseleann Janik from Cheektowaga; Kyle Krzemien from
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'SAVE ME'; Going Straight to Church
NYTimes - over 8 years
Correction Appended ''Save Me'' establishes a clumsy dialectical agenda straight (so to speak) out of the gate, crosscutting between a day in the life of Mark (Chad Allen), a cocaine-addled young man with a taste for messy sex in cheap motels, and a group of hymn-singing churchgoers with affiliations to the Genesis House, a retreat devoted to
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Behind the Scenes With Ann and Abby
NYTimes - over 17 years
In a story of rival twin sisters, even Ann Landers and Abigail Van Buren, it's tempting to ask, ''Which one is the evil twin?'' Based on tonight's Lifetime film ''Take My Advice: The Ann and Abby Story,'' it depends. First the viewer has to get the names straight. Esther Friedman, known as Eppie, becomes Ann Landers. Pauline Friedman, known as
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Reviews/Television; An 1830's Attempt at Integration
NYTimes - over 25 years
The charge is familiar: A good part of the crisis in American education today may be attributable to youngsters watching too much television. Clearly uneasy, the television industry is responding with Education First Week, a special week -- imagine, a whole week -- of "pro-education" programming largely scattered among several prime-time series and
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Review/Film; Med School Madness In 'Gross Anatomy'
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: When Joe Slovak (Matthew Modine) gets the news that he has been accepted for medical school, he stuffs the letter in his pocket, strikes a noncommittal pose and ignores the anxious relatives waiting to find out what the letter says. That's Joe in a nutshell: diffident and jokey, vastly charming but also obnoxiously cavalier. When Joe Slovak
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SEASON PREVIEW: TELEVISION; BETTING ON NEWS, COMEDIES AND SEASONED STARS
NYTimes - about 30 years
This season brings the first example of network television's ''New Reality,'' which isn't a programming philosophy but an economic discipline, born of the hard times confronting the networks. In a video world abundant in alternatives for viewers and advertisers alike, the networks, facing stalled revenue growth, have been streamlining their
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RON HOWARD PRODUCING 'MAXIMUM SECURITY,' SERIES ON HBO
NYTimes - almost 32 years
Hollywood production companies have relied on most of the city's smarter restaurants to hold luncheons and cocktail parties to announce upcoming films and television shows. But last week producers turned to the recently closed Lincoln Heights jail in downtown Los Angeles for a news conference to introduce the principals involved in creating
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CABLE TV NOTES; PAYING A CALL ON EUROPE'S ARISTOCRATS
NYTimes - almost 32 years
The Duchess of Medinaceli can't remember how many castles she owns in her native Spain. Her best guess is between 90 and 100, but this uncertainty regarding numbers is atypical; she is well aware that she is nine times a duchess, 18 times a marchioness, 19 times a countess, four times a viscountess and 14 times a grandee, as well as the present
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MOVIES: BURNS IN 'OH GOD! YOU DEVIL'
NYTimes - about 32 years
THE latest film in the ''Oh God!'' series is at least as commendable for what it doesn't have - John Denver - as for what it does. George Burns goes it alone in ''Oh God! You Devil,'' and it turns out that he's better off that way. As the title may indicate, Mr. Burns plays a dual role this time. In addition to allowing him to play poker games
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CABLE NETWORKS OFFER 2 NEW SERIES
NYTimes - over 32 years
CABLE television, the medium promising endless programming innovations, is slowly beginning to drift into the standard format of the weekly entertainment series, complete with soap operas and situation comedies. Pay cable channels, the so-called premium services, are now preparing to introduce several projects that look suspiciously like old
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Robert Desiderio
1951
Born on September 9, 1951.
1985
He married actress Judith Light in 1985.
They have no children.
1986
In 1986–1987, he starred in the ABC television series Heart of the City which co-starred Christina Applegate.
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