Robert Trebor

Robert Trebor has elicited laughter as the avaricious and incorrigible Salmoneus, a shifty dealer who has appeared several times on both "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and "Xena: Warrior Princess. " The Bernie ... Read more »
Born: 06/07/1953

Filmography

Actor (22)

Hail, Caesar! 2016 (Movie)

Producer of "Hail, Caesar!" (Actor)

Jiminy Glick in Lalawood 2005 (Movie)

Jay Schiffer (Actor)

Wedding Daze 2004 - 2005 (TV Show)

Actor

Raise Your Voice 2004 (Movie)

Mr. Wesson (Actor)

Xena: Warrior Princess 1995 - 2001 (TV Show)

Actor

Empty Nest 1989 - 1990, 1994 - 2000 (Tv Show)

Actor

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 1988 - 1991, 1994 - 2000 (Tv Show)

Actor

Murphy Brown 1988 - 1990, 1994 - 2000 (Tv Show)

Actor

Parker Lewis 1988 - 1991, 1994 - 2000 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Nutty Nut 1992 (Movie)

(Actor)

Universal Soldier 1992 (Movie)

Motel Owner (Actor)

Talk Radio 1988 (Movie)

Jeffrey Fisher (Actor)

Talk Radio 1988 (Movie)

of Francine (Voice)

Making Mr. Right 1987 (Movie)

Tux Salesman (Actor)

My Demon Lover 1987 (Movie)

Charles (Actor)

52 Pick-Up 1986 (Movie)

Leo Franks (Actor)

The Purple Rose of Cairo 1985 (Movie)

Reporter (Actor)

Turk 182 1985 (Movie)

Copy Boy (Actor)

The First Time 1981 (Movie)

(Actor)

G.O.R.P. 1979 (Movie)

Rabbi Blowitz (Actor)

Out of the Darkness (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Robert Trebor has elicited laughter as the avaricious and incorrigible Salmoneus, a shifty dealer who has appeared several times on both "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and "Xena: Warrior Princess. " The Bernie Madoff of ancient Greece, Trebor's character is always concocting a get-rich-scheme that inevitably comes at the expense of those hapless people who were foolish enough to hear him out. Trebor has also sent chills up the spines of viewers as David Berkowitz, better known as the serial killer Son of Sam, in the TV movie "Out of the Darkness." The story focuses on the 13-month hunt for Berkowitz, led by real-life New York City detective Eddie Zigo (played by Martin Sheen), but Trebor's brief appearance on screen captivated audiences. In Berkowitz's confession scene, Trebor artfully depicts a man who is not just disturbed but essentially soulless.

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