Robert Pastorelli

American actor Robert Pastorelli

Robert Joseph Pastorelli was an American actor. He had many roles on TV, in movies, and on the stage, including the seven years he played the portly painter Eldin Bernecky on the television series Murphy Brown. His last role was as an oddball hit man in Be Cool, reuniting him with Michael star John Travolta. Pastorelli died of a heroin overdose in 2004.
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Birthday
21 June 1954
home town
New Brunswick
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Glenn Close, la eterna 'femme fatale' - Intereconomía
Google News - over 6 years
El actor de la serie Cheers, Woody Harrelson; el carpintero Stephen Beers, con quien llegó a comprometerse; o el también actor Robert Pastorelli son algunos de los nombres que engrosan su lista de conquistas que, de momento, tiene su fin en David Shaw,
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Mai dire sì – Indagini, divertimento e romanticismo - FoxTV Magazine
Google News - over 6 years
Oltre alle grandi Doris Roberts (Tutti amano Raymond) nel ruolo di Mildred e Janet DeMay (I giorni della nostra vita) in quello di Bernice, hanno preso parte alla serie, fra gli altri, anche David Warner (Tron, Titanic), Robert Pastorelli (Balla coi
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Kevin Costner Movies List - Screen Junkies
Google News - over 6 years
The cast of the movie includes Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Robert Pastorelli and Michael Spears. "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" is an adventurous action movie that hit theaters in the early summer of 1991. "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" centers
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Danse avec les loups - Le Figaro
Google News - over 6 years
... Graham Greene (Oiseau bondissant), Rodney A Grant (Cheveux au vent), Floyd «Red Crow» Westerman (Dix ours), Tantoo Cardinal (Châle Noir), Robert Pastorelli (Timmons), Charles Rocket (Le lieutenant Elgin), Maury Chaykin (Le major Fambrough)
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DANSE AVEC LES LOUPS - France 3
Google News - almost 7 years
... Rodney A Grant (Cheveux au vent), Floyd «Red Crow» Westerman (Dix ours), Tantoo Cardinal (Châle Noir), Robert Pastorelli (Timmons), Charles Rocket (Le lieutenant Elgin), Maury Chaykin (Le major Fambrough), Maury Chaykin (Le major Fambrough)
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Lost in Translation: The Best British Crime Characters (Part One) - The Yorker
Google News - almost 7 years
... Fitz himself confesses 'I drink too much, I smoke too much, I gamble too much. I AM too much.' With the constraints of stricter broadcasting rules, and cutting a more respectable figure, Robert Pastorelli's Fitz in the Big Apple underwhelmed critics
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT; A Film Festival That's Unabashedly Local
NYTimes - almost 10 years
WHEN Gabrielle Berberich screened ''Greetings From the Shore,'' a film inspired by her last adolescent summer in Lavallette, to California audiences, one thing drove her crazy. ''People stood up and said, 'That was great, but where did you actually shoot it?' '' said Ms. Berberich, who was born in Warren County. The Californians, she explained,
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FILM REVIEW; Same Former Mobster, a New Rhythm
NYTimes - almost 13 years
In ''Be Cool,'' John Travolta returns as Chili Palmer, the reformed mobster he first played in Barry Sonnenfeld's 1995 glibly entertaining adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel ''Get Shorty.'' That movie arrived in theaters hot on the heels of ''Pulp Fiction,'' a film that in turn owed a serviceable debt to Mr. Leonard's oeuvre. But while ''Get
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Sticker Shock at Gas Pump and Oil Tank
NYTimes - over 13 years
ROBERT PASTORELLI of Dix Hills pulled his Lincoln up to the self-service island at the DJM Service Station in Deer Park, handed the clerk $25 and began pumping. ''I put in $40 every three days,'' he said. ''I'm always broke.'' Mr. Pastorelli noted that the price for premium gasoline had recently risen from $2.30 a gallon to $2.39. ''It was $2.45
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ARTS BRIEFING
NYTimes - almost 14 years
HIGHLIGHTS BRITNEY: PITCHING REALITY -- Taking a page from the playbook of her lipmate Madonna, Britney Spears is reported to be pitching a reality series that would track her and her dancers on the European leg of her steamy Onyx Hotel Tour. The proposed reality show, carrying the tentative title ''OnTourage,'' is described in a Reuters-Hollywood
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Robert Pastorelli, 49, Actor On 'Murphy Brown' TV Series
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Robert Pastorelli, who played the screwball house painter Eldin on ''Murphy Brown,'' was found dead on Monday in his Hollywood Hills home in what the coroner's office said may have been a drug overdose. He was 49. Lieut. Ed Winter of the coroner's office said Mr. Pastorelli's body was found by his assistant in a bathroom. An autopsy was planned.
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Where Sun Eclipses Stars
NYTimes - over 15 years
THE 6-foot-5 man quietly strode through the gates onto the 96th Street basketball court. He was in early middle age and was wearing white, from shirt down to sneakers, looking more like a country club member heading for a tennis game than a summer shore guy ready to play hoops. In fact, the well-toned fellow was a player in more ways than one, even
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TV WEEKEND; Noir Indeed Is the Night, So Very Dark and Stormy
NYTimes - about 16 years
Adam Goldberg's good-looking black-and-white movie ''Scotch and Milk'' knows its Sam Spade; its Mickey Spillane; its all-noir vocabulary, visual and verbal. The film begins with shots of big-city building exteriors, a taxi roof light, a cigarette in close-up. Mr. Goldberg's voice-over sets the mood, to say the least: ''There wasn't particularly
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Being Corny as Kansas Isn't So Simple Anymore
NYTimes - almost 17 years
In the 1958 movie version of ''South Pacific,'' Mitzi Gaynor's Nellie Forbush appears in a pair of very short shorts and a skimpy shirt. In ABC's new television version, called ''Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'South Pacific,' '' Glenn Close's Nellie wears military khakis, with long pants. Clothes don't make the Navy nurse, but they underscore the
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TV WEEKEND; Girl's-Eye View of Life in the Harsh West
NYTimes - about 17 years
''The Ballad of Lucy Whipple'' opens with the conventions of the western in place: grubby men drinking in a saloon, a brawl breaking out. But it quickly becomes apparent that a twist is imminent when a prim-looking woman and her three children appear at the entrance. The woman is played by Glenn Close, who also helped produce this television movie,
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; It's Only Sex (Sanitized), Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll
NYTimes - over 17 years
Almost Famous Patrick Fugit, Billy Crudup, Kate Hudson, Frances McDormand, Jason Lee, Zooey Deschanel, Anna Paquin, Philip Seymour Hoffman Directed by Cameron Crowe R 120 minutes ''You're not out there to join the party,'' a Rolling Stone editor tells the journalist William Miller (Mr. Fugit). ''We already have one Hunter Thompson.'' Having never
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FILM REVIEW; From Prawns to a Pawn, A Thief's Bumbling Journey
NYTimes - over 17 years
One of the running jokes (or what passes for a joke) in the numbingly incoherent comic action thriller ''Bait'' has to do with the distinction between prawns and shrimp. You see, when Alvin Sanders (Jamie Foxx), a paroled thief, and a partner are caught red-handed stealing $2,000 worth of prawns from a Brooklyn warehouse, everyone, including the
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TELEVISION/RADIO; It's Live, and It's Drama, but Is It Golden-Age?
NYTimes - almost 18 years
WHAT hath George Clooney wrought? Six weeks after Mr. Clooney used his star clout to get the drama ''Fail Safe'' broadcast live -- in black and white on national television -- entertainment-industry trade publications have already reported plans for two other live dramas. One is on CBS with Julie Andrews as the star; the other is on HBO with Glenn
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SIGNOFF; Murphy Brown's Final Scoop
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Of course, there are tears, on camera and off, and enough guest stars -- George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Bette Midler among them -- to snare a Top 10 finish for what is admittedly no longer a Top 10 series. ''I'm not sure we need all these cameos,'' said Candice Bergen about the 245th and last episode of ''Murphy Brown,'' which will be seen at
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Robert Pastorelli
    FORTIES
  • 2004
    Age 49
    Pastorelli was found dead at his home in Hollywood Hills on March 8, 2004, from a self-administered heroin syringe overdose.
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  • 2002
    Age 47
    In 2002 he co-founded the Garden State Film Festival.
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  • 2001
    Age 46
    He developed a friendship with the actress Glenn Close towards the end of his career and appeared alongside her in the television films The Ballad of Lucy Whipple and South Pacific in 2001.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1993
    Age 38
    As his television career gained momentum Pastorelli's opportunities in cinema films increased: Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993); a career defining performance playing a demented serial killer in the 1993 murder mystery thriller Striking Distance, although the movie was not a commercial success; Eraser (1996), Michael (1996), and Modern Vampires (1998).
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  • 1988
    Age 33
    His big break in television came in the role of the gruff but lovable house painter "Eldin Bernecky" on the series Murphy Brown, and he stayed with the show for seven seasons from 1988 to 1994.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1977
    Age 22
    He made his stage debut in 1977 in a production of Rebel Without a Cause.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1972
    Age 17
    Pastorelli was raised in Edison, New Jersey, and graduated from Edison High School in 1972.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Born
    Born on June 21, 1954.
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