Hogan, Robert 1936–(Bob Hogan, Robert J. Hogan)
HOGAN, Robert 1936–(Bob Hogan, Robert J. Hogan)
Born September 28, 1936, in New York, NY; married; wife's name, Sharon; children: two sons. Education: Attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts; also trained with Stella Adler.
Addresses: Agent— Borinstein–Oreck–Bogart Agency, 8271 Melrose Ave., Suite 110, Los Angeles, CA 90046.
Awards, Honors: Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, outstanding featured actor in a play, c. 1998, for Never the Sinner; Helen Hayes Award nomination, Washington Theatre Awards Society, outstanding supporting actor in a resident play, 2003, for A Moon for the Misbegotten.
Television Appearances; Series:
Gillespie, The Young Marrieds, ABC, 1965–1966.
Dr. Phil Brewer, General Hospital, ABC, 1966.
Reverend Mr. Tom Winter, Peyton Place, ABC, 1968–1969.
Will Austin, Days of Our Lives (also known as Days and DOOL ), NBC, 1969.
Scott Banning, Sr., Days of Our Lives (also known as Days and DOOL ), NBC, 1970–1971.
Tyler Benedict, The Don Rickles Show, CBS, 1972.
Burt Marshall, General Hospital, ABC, 1973.
Sheriff Paul Tate, Manhunter, CBS, 1974.
Sergeant Ted Coopersmith, Richie Brockelman, Private Eye, NBC, 1978.
Lieutenant Commander Sam Haller, Operation Petticoat (also known as The New Operation Petticoat ), NBC, 1978–1979.
Professor Nathan Welsh, Secrets of Midland Heights, CBS, 1980–1981.
Vince McKinnon, Another World, NBC, 1987–1989 and 1991.
L. J. McDermott, As the World Turns, CBS, 1991–1992.
Charles "Charlie" Briggs, One Life to Live, ABC, 1995–1998 and 2000.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Ben Krisler, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Jim Bryan, Cry Rape, CBS, 1973.
Don Talbert, Roll, Freddy, Roll!, ABC, 1974.
Harry, Heat Wave! (also known as Heatwave ), ABC, 1974.
Sergeant Ted Coopersmith, Richie Brockelman: The Missing 24 Hours, NBC, 1976.
Jordan Donnelly, The Critical List, NBC, 1978.
J. H. Martin, The Memory of Eva Ryker, CBS, 1980.
Lloyd, Desperate Intruder, syndicated, 1983.
Harry Daye, Gone Are the Dayes, 1984.
Laurence, Cupid & Cate, CBS, 2000.
Lyle's father, Maze (also known as Touched ), Showtime, 2000.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Billy Hay, "The Bad Penny," Cheyenne, ABC, 1961.
(As Bob Hogan) Captain Meadows, "The Immovable Object," Bronco, ABC, 1962.
(As Bob Hogan) Clarke Woodruff, "Blackmail in Satin," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1962.
Captain Mewlay, "Pressure Point," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1964.
Danny Adams, "Old Man," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1964.
Lieutenant Norris, "Guest in the Barracks," Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., CBS, 1964.
Lieutenant Norris, "Pay Day," Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., CBS, 1964.
Robert Blake, "Spur of the Moment," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1964.
Sergeant Barrett, "When the Bough Breaks," The Fugitive, ABC, 1964.
Braden, "Reservations Are Required," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1965.
Harry Bisk, "To Free My Enemy," The F.B.I., ABC, 1965.
Lieutenant Farrell, "The Mission," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1965.
Lieutenant Kelly, "The Idolator," Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1965.
Lieutenant Richardson, "All the Streets Are Silent," The F.B.I., ABC, 1965.
Paul Dane, "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: Part 2," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965.
Paul Diamante, "Instant Freeze," Batman, ABC, 1966.
Paul Diamante, "Rats Like Cheese," Batman, ABC, 1966.
Lloyd Mitchell, "By Force and Violence: Parts 1 & 2," The F.B.I., ABC, 1967.
Fred Post, "Crisis Ground," The F.B.I., ABC, 1968.
Tobias Horn, "A Ride in the Sun," Bonanza, NBC, 1969.
Brady, "The Marionettes," Land of the Giants, ABC, 1970.
Commando Tobin, "Crittendon's Commandos," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1970.
Wingate, "The Solid Gold Jeannie," I Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1970.
Captain Darnell, "Gold Train: The Bullet, Parts 1–3," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1971.
Captain Perry, "Lucy and the Astronauts," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1971.
Detective Finnegan, "Encounter with Aries," McCloud, NBC, 1971.
Jim Emsden, "Brenda," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971.
Pete Schroeder, "Country Blues," Cannon, CBS, 1971.
Jack Stoneham, "The Good–Time News," The Mary Tyler Moore Show (also known as Mary Tyler Moore ), CBS, 1972.
Mark, "Love and the Pick–Up Fantasy," Love, American Style, ABC, 1972.
Tom Garver, "45 Minutes from Home," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972.
Deputy, "He Who Digs a Grave: Parts 1 & 2," Cannon, CBS, 1973.
Lyle Casey, "Secret of the Dunes," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1973.
Reed Carpenter, "Requiem for a Son," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1973.
Thomas O'Connel, "Incarnate," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1973.
Waiter, "The Carters Meet Frankie Avalon," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1973.
Mr. Warren, "Flags of Terror," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1974.
Stephen Triplett, "Odd Man Loses," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1974.
Dwight Kincaid, "Honeymoon with Death," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1975.
Gordon Wilde, "The Adventure of the Chinese Dog," Ellery Queen, NBC, 1975.
Martin Rogers, "Anatomy of a Bribe," Hawaii Five–O, CBS, 1976.
Smilin' Jack Mitchell, "Smilin' Jack," M*A*S*H, CBS, 1976.
Greg Stemple (some sources cite Greg Lawrence), "Single Belles," Alice, CBS, 1977.
Hal, "The Cheshire Project," The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1977.
Ken Scanlan, "The Marathon Murders," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1977.
"The Sacrament," The Fitzpatricks, CBS, 1977.
Rosetti and Ryan, NBC, 1977.
Greg Stemple (some sources cite Greg Lawrence), "What're You Doing New Year's Eve?," Alice, CBS, 1978.
Lester Shaw, "The Competitive Edge," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978.
Moseley, "Port of Entry," Sword of Justice, NBC, 1978.
Sergeant Ted Coopersmith, "The House on Willis Avenue," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978.
Greg Stemple (some sources cite Greg Lawrence), "Mel Grows Up," Alice, CBS, 1979.
Greg Stemple (some sources cite Greg Lawrence), "Mona Lisa Alice," Alice, CBS, 1979.
The old boyfriend, "Penny's Old Boyfriend," Turnabout, NBC, 1979.
Sheriff Tom Brady, "The Money Plague," Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy ), NBC, 1979.
"Conspiracy in Blue," Kaz, CBS, 1979.
"Hearts o' Gold," Young Maverick, CBS, 1979.
Michael Jansen, A New Kind of Family, ABC, 1979.
Captain Chapman, "The Mork Syndrome," Mork & Mindy, ABC, 1980.
Greg Stemple (some sources cite Greg Lawrence), "One Too Many Girls," Alice, CBS, 1980.
Harry Henderson, "The Lottery," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1980.
Roy Corbett, "The Silent Accuser," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1980.
"Deep Sleeper," Stone, ABC, 1980.
Jeff, "My Fair Stella," Harper Valley P.T.A., NBC, 1981.
G. "Bullets" Klein, "Lost in Spacesuits," Laverne & Shirley, ABC, 1982.
Greg Stemple (some sources cite Greg Lawrence), "Alice's Turkey of a Thanksgiving," Alice, CBS, 1982.
Kenneth Stadler, "The Mourning After," Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy ), NBC, 1982.
Lou Hogan, "Domestic Beef," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982.
Neil Stoner, "The Witness," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982.
Senator David Dannon, "The Senator's Wife Was Indiscreet," Newhart, CBS, 1982.
Lucas, "The Long Christmas Eve," Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1983.
Michael Carr, "Living and Presumed Dead," Tucker's Witch, CBS, 1983.
Mr. Greely, "AIDS and Comfort," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983.
Dale Hobbs, "Murder in Malibu," Cover Up, CBS, 1984.
Jeffrey Harding, "Intimate Strangers," Hotel, ABC, 1984.
Lieutenant Bergkamp, "Death Casts a Spell," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984.
Morton Abrahams/Eric Moss, "Echoes from the Past," Airwolf, CBS, 1984.
Shatner, "Ten Wheel Trouble," Knight Rider, NBC, 1985.
Shelby Robinson (some sources cite Robert Robinson), "The Skip Family Robinson," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1985.
Alan Johnson, "Who Is Don Luis Higgins ... and Why Is He Doing These Terrible Things to Me?," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1986.
Colonel Timothy Holmes, "Burden of Proof," The Colbys, ABC, 1986.
Colonel Timothy Holmes, "The Trial," The Colbys, ABC, 1986.
Dr. Wylie Graham, "Dead Man's Gold," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986.
Dr. Wylie Graham, "Obituary for a Dead Anchor," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986.
Martin Moss, "Nobody's Perfect," The Wizard, CBS, 1986.
"A Madness Most Discreet," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986.
Agent Phil Guilfoyle, "Double Exposure," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989.
Patrick Monahan, "Heaven," Law & Order, NBC, 1991.
Ted Parker, "Kids," Law & Order, NBC, 1994.
Agent Carlin, "Entrapment," Law & Order, NBC, 1997.
Pilot Tom Hogan, "Pilot (Not the Pilot)," Cosby, CBS, 1997.
Warren Dunlap, "The First Mrs. Bloom," Remember WENN, American Movie Classics, 1997.
Captain Walder, "Ramparts," Law & Order, NBC, 1999.
Janus Lucic, "One for the Money," Now and Again, CBS, 1999.
Phil Carbone, "Daniel in the Lion's Den," Deadline, NBC, 2000.
Phil Carbone, "Perception," Deadline, NBC, 2000.
Judge Albert Scholl, "The Good Doctor," Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2001.
Judge Albert Scholl, "Who Let the Dogs Out?," Law & Order, NBC, 2001.
Phil Carbone, "The Old Ball Game," Deadline, NBC, 2001.
"Blink," Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2003.
Appeared as Gillespie, A Time for Us, ABC; as Louis Sobotka, The Wire, HBO; and in an episode of House Calls, CBS.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Kelly, Three for Tahiti, ABC, 1970.
Jack Merlino, Amanda Fallon, NBC, 1972.
J. C. Tyler, Fools, Females and Fun: What about That One?, NBC, 1974.
Paul Tate, The Manhunter, CBS, 1974.
Glenn Puber, Calling Dr. Storm, NBC, 1977.
Whitaker Halliday, Ransom for Alice!, NBC, 1977.
(As Robert J. Hogan) Peterson, Automan, ABC, 1983.
George Stone, Summer, CBS, 1984.
District attorney, Crazy Dan, NBC, 1986.
Kenneth O'Keefe, The Ginger Man, Stage Society Theatre, Los Angeles, 1965.
Captain Matthew A. Markinson, A Few Good Men, Music Box Theatre, New York City, between 1989 and 1991.
Burly Victor, On the Bum, Playwrights' Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1992.
Ghost of Hamlet's father and player king, Hamlet, Roundabout Theatre Company, Criterion Theatre, New York City, 1992.
Harry, The Shattering, Players Theatre, New York City, 1996.
Howard, The Preservation Society, Primary Stages Theatre, New York City, 1996.
Agate, Waiting for Lefty, Blue Light Theatre Company, Classic Stage Company Theatre, New York City, 1997.
Clarence Darrow, Never the Sinner, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1997, then John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1998.
The old doctor, Hope Is a Thing with Feathers, Greenwich House Theatre, New York City, 1998.
Dr. Weiss, Birdy, Duke University, Reynolds Theatre, Durham, NC, 2000.
Rutherford, Rutherford and Son, Mint Theatre Company, New York City, 2001.
Alan, What Didn't Happen, Playwrights' Horizons, Duke Theatre on 42nd Street, New York City, 2002.
Bill Lavarello, Further Than the Furthest Thing, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 2002.
Mr. Cobb, Cobb, Chautauqua Conservatory Theatre, Chautauqua, NY, 2003.
Phil Hogan, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 2003.
Appeared in Death Takes a Holiday, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA; appeared in off–Broadway productions of The Baby Dance and Major Crimes; appeared in regional productions of Camping with Henry and Tom, Grand View, Indolent Boys, Keely and Du, Picnic, Robbers, and State of the Union. Appeared in productions at the Actors Studio, New York City.
Brian, Greenwich Village Story (also known as Birthplace of the Hootenanny ), Shawn International, 1964.
Timothy Farrell, FBI Code 98, Warner Bros., 1964.
(Uncredited) Interviewer of Delos guests, Westworld, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1973.
John, Memory of Us, Cinema Financial, 1974.
Jake Lingle, The Lady in Red (also known as Guns, Sin and Bathtub Gin ), New World, 1979.
Jack Kennedy, Prince Jack, Castle Hill, 1985.
Hamburger ... The Motion Picture (also known as Hamburger: The Movie ), FM Home Video, 1986.
Pentagon employee, Species II, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1998.
Svelte, Blue Christmas, HARMless Pictures/Stable Films, 1998.
Coach Huston, Little Man, Cinema Guild, 1999.
Diner husband, Advice from a Caterpillar, Keystone Entertainment, 1999.
John O'Hagen, Brooklyn Sonnet (also known as Borough of Kings ), Lions Gate Films, 2000.
Rebecca's adoptive father, The Sleepy Time Gal, Antarctic Pictures, 2001.
Also appeared in Backward Looks.