Robert Pastorelli Biography
Birthday: June 21, 1954 (Gemini)
Born In: New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
Robert Pastorelli was an American actor who appeared in many Hollywood films and TV series as a character actor. Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and raised in Edison, New Jersey, Robert aimed at a career in boxing during his teenage years. However, a fatal accident at the age of 19 changed his life. He narrowly escaped the clutches of death, and when he recovered from the wounds, he took to drugs. He started his acting career in the 1970s, appearing in theatrical productions, and studied acting in the ‘Actors Studio,’ New York. He moved to Los Angeles to build a career in Hollywood in the early 1980s. He made his acting debut in 1983, with the series titled ‘Knight Rider.’ Throughout his acting career, he appeared in supporting roles in films such as ‘Outrageous Fortune,’ ‘Dances with Wolves,’ and ‘Eraser.’ In addition, he also managed to have a moderately successful TV career with roles in series such as ‘Murphy Brown’ and ‘Cracker.’ His career was ruined in 1999, after the death of his then-girlfriend, Charemon Jonovich, though Robert was exonerated later and not held responsible for her death. He died of a narcotic overdose in 2004.