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Bob Larkin

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Biography

Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Originally from the Midwest, Bob Larkin moved to New York in 1949, where he worked for many years as a portfolio photographer and an actor. Early in his career, he starred in the Carson Davidson Academy Award-winning short film 3rd Ave. El (1955) and was the only actor in Carson Davidson's Academy Award-nominated short, Help! My Snowman's Burning Down (1965). He subsequently appeared in the Robert Downey Sr. underground classic, Putney Swope (1969). Among his notable Broadway appearances are "The Front Page" with Robert Ryan and "The Great White Hope" with James Earl Jones. Read more...

Actor

Character: Elwood Fairbanks

McBride: The Chameleon Murder 2005

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Character: Arty Lesser's Crony

Next Stop Wonderland 1998

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Character: Old Guy at the Truck Stop

Forever Lulu 2000

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Character: Curtis Rinzler, Sr.

Unreal Estate 2015

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Character: Doose #2

Face-Off 2003

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Character: Old Chuck Coleman

The Wonder Years 1988

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Character: Guy #2

Taxi 1978

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Character: Alvin

Hotel 1983

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Character: Henry Noyce

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Directing

Writing