Floyd, Robert III 1967–
Floyd, Robert III 1967–
(Robert Allan Floyd)
Born May 6, 1967.
Addresses: Agent—GVA Talent Agency, 9229 Sunset Blvd., Suite 320, Hollywood, CA 90069.
Mark Daniels, Paranoia, Sterling, 1998.
Apache pilot #6, Godzilla, Columbia TriStar, 1998.
Seth, Cold Hearts, Synapse, 1999.
OPU Player Brill, Rebound, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2005.
Charles, Soul's Midnight, Image, 2006.
Television Appearances; Series:
Quinn Mallory, Sliders, Sci-Fi, 1999–2000.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Dan Fairman, "Rage," Law & Order (also known as Law & Order Prime), NBC, 1995.
Teddy, "Again with the Hockey Player: Part 2," Alright Already, The WB, 1998.
Michael Paget, "A Horse Is a Horse," Early Edition, CBS, 1998.
(As Robert Allan Floyd) Cameraman, "Going Up," The Famous Jett Jackson, The Disney Channel, 1998.
"Val's on First," V.I.P. (also known as V.I.P.—Die Bodyguards), syndicated, 2000.
Steve Parkings, "Child of Hope," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2000.
Father Destry, "Pollo Loco," Dark Angel (also known as James Cameron's Dark Angel), Fox, 2001.
"Left-Overs," Providence, NBC, 2002.
Police officer, "Missing," Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (also known as NCIS), CBS, 2004.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Timothy Dolan, When He Didn't Come Home, CBS, 1998.
Andy Ward, The Darwin Conspiracy, UPN, 1999.
Ray Kennedy, The Song of the Lark, PBS, 2001.
Bogart, The Able-Bodies Seaman, Manhattan Class Company (MCC) Theatre, New York City, 1993.
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