Bob Pepper (Robert C. Miller)
Bob was born in Great Falls, Montana at the Columbus Hospital. He attended grade schools such as Roosevelt and Paris Gibson Junior High. His family, Mary (mother), James (father) and brother David moved to "Mid Canyon", 24 miles south of Cascade, Montana, living on the banks of the Missouri River. Bob landed his first Radio DJ position at the age of 16, a Country Station KMON in Great Falls. He graduated from Cascade High School. While attending the University of Montana in Missoula, he worked Radio full-time. Read more... Missoula. He had his first movie experience with the Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges film "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" in 1973. His real movie career began in 1994 when he woke up one morning and decided to drive to Hollywood to try and get in the first Flintstone's movie, figuring he would make a good Neanderthal. Filming had ended on the Flintstone's (he did land a part in the second Flintstone's movie "Viva Rock Vegas"), but two days later he was working his first movie, Steven Seagal's "On Deadly Ground", in a scene with Michael Caine. Bob currently resides in Laughlin with his beautiful wife, Cherie. They both work actively in movies and TV. Cherie had a featured part in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" (part II) in scenes with Johnny Depp.