Robert Warwick

Over a lengthy career, actor Robert Warwick played in hundreds of productions, finding fame on Broadway, in both silent films and talkies, and carrying on into the golden age of television. He grew up singing in the ... Read more »
Born: 10/09/1878 in Sacramento, California, USA


Actor (96)

It Started With a Kiss 1958 (Movie)

Congressman Muir (Actor)

Night of the Quarter Moon 1958 (Movie)

Judge (Actor)

The Buccaneer 1958 (Movie)

Captain Lockyer (Actor)

Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend 1957 (Movie)

Brother Abraham (Actor)

On Trial 1955 - 1956 (TV Show)


While The City Sleeps 1956 (Movie)

Amos Kyne (Actor)

Chief Crazy Horse 1955 (Movie)

Spotted Tail (Actor)

Escape to Burma 1955 (Movie)

Sawbwa (Actor)

Lady Godiva 1954 (Movie)

Humbert (Actor)

Passion 1954 (Movie)

Money Lender (Actor)

Jamaica Run 1953 (Movie)

Court Judge (Actor)

Francis 1950 (Movie)


In a Lonely Place 1950 (Movie)

Charlie Waterman (Actor)

A Woman's Secret 1949 (Movie)


Gentleman's Agreement 1947 (Movie)

Weisman (Actor)

Criminal Court 1946 (Movie)

Mr. Marquette (Actor)

The Princess and the Pirate 1943 (Movie)

The King (Actor)

Sullivan's Travels 1941 (Movie)

Mr. LeBrand (Actor)

The Palm Beach Story 1941 (Movie)

Mr. Hinch (Actor)

A Woman's Face 1940 (Movie)

Associate Judge (Actor)

Louisiana Purchase 1940 (Movie)


Juarez 1939 (Movie)

Maj. Du Pont (Actor)

Murder in the Air 1939 (Movie)


Going Places 1938 (Movie)


The Adventures of Robin Hood 1938 (Movie)


Army Girl 1937 (Movie)

Brig. Gen. Matthews (Actor)

Blockade 1937 (Movie)

General Vallejo (Actor)

The Awful Truth 1936 (Movie)

Mr Vance (Actor)

The Life of Emile Zola 1936 (Movie)


Mary of Scotland 1935 (Movie)


Romeo and Juliet 1935 (Movie)

Montague (Actor)

Cleopatra 1934 (Movie)

Gen. Achillas (Actor)

Hopalong Cassidy 1934 (Movie)

Jim Meeker (Actor)

Female 1933 (Movie)


Ladies They Talk About 1932 (Movie)

Warden (Actor)

Doctor X 1931 (Movie)

Police Commissioner Stevens (Actor)

I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang 1931 (Movie)

Fuller (Actor)

A Holy Terror 1930 (Movie)


A Dispatch from Reuters (Movie)

Opposition Speaker (Actor)

Adventure in Manhattan (Movie)

Phillip (Actor)

Annabel Takes a Tour (Movie)

Race Track Announcer (Actor)

Bars of Hate (Movie)


Bulldog Edition (Movie)

Evans (Actor)

Can This Be Dixie? (Movie)

Gen. Beauregard Peachtree (Actor)

Charlie Chan at the Race Track (Movie)

Chief of Police (Actor)

Charlie Chan's Greatest Case (Movie)

Dan Winterslip (Actor)

Code of the Mounted (Movie)


Counsel for Crime (Movie)

Asa Stewart (Actor)

Dixie (Movie)

Mr. La Plant (Actor)

Frisco Jenny (Movie)

Kelly (Actor)

Fury at Furnace Creek (Movie)

Gen. Blackwell (Actor)

Gangster's Boy (Movie)

Tim "Knuckles" Kelly (Actor)

I Married a Witch (Movie)

J.B. Masterson (Actor)

Impact (Movie)

Capt. Callahan (Actor)

In Old Monterey (Movie)

Maj. Clifford B. Forbes (Actor)

Jimmy the Gent (Movie)

Civil Judge (Actor)

Jungle Menace (Movie)

MacLeod (Actor)

Kismet (Movie)

Alfife (Actor)

Mark of the Renegade (Movie)

Col. Vega (Actor)

New Moon (Movie)

Commissar (Actor)

Pilgrimage (Movie)

Maj. Albertson (Actor)

Pirates of Monterey (Movie)

Governor (Actor)

Secret Enemies (Movie)

Dr. Woodford (Actor)

Silver Dollar (Movie)

Col. Stanton (Actor)

Sudan (Movie)

Maatet (Actor)

Sutter's Gold (Movie)

Gen. Rotscheff (Actor)

Tarzan and the Slave Girl (Movie)

High Priest (Actor)

Tennessee Johnson (Movie)

Maj. Crooks (Actor)

The Adventures of Don Juan (Movie)

Count de Polan (Actor)

The Bold Caballero (Movie)

Governor (Actor)

The Bride Walks Out (Movie)

Mr. McKenzie (Actor)

The Dark Horse (Movie)

Clark (Actor)

The Dragon Murder Case (Movie)

Dr. Holliday (Actor)

The Earl of Chicago (Movie)

Clerk at Parliament (Actor)

The Falcon's Adventure (Movie)

Kenneth Sutton (Actor)

The Fleet's In (Movie)

Adm. Wright (Actor)

The Girl From Calgary (Movie)


The Little Colonel (Movie)

Commanding Officer (Actor)

The Mississippi Gambler (Movie)

Gov. Paul O'Monet (Actor)

The Murder Man (Movie)

Coleville (Actor)

The Prince and the Pauper (Movie)

Lord Warwick (Actor)

The Road Back (Movie)

Judge (Actor)

The Royal Bed (Movie)

Premier Northrup (Actor)

The Sea Hawk (Movie)

Martin Frobisher (Actor)

The Spy Ring (Movie)

Col. Burdette (Actor)

The Sword of Monte Cristo (Movie)

Marquis de Montableau (Actor)

The Trigger Trio (Movie)

Evans (Actor)

The Twilight Zone (TV Show)


The White Legion (Movie)

Capt. Parker (Actor)

The Woman from Monte Carlo (Movie)

Morbraz (Actor)

Timber War (Movie)

Ferguson (Actor)

Unashamed (Movie)

Mr. Ogden (Actor)

Unconquered (Movie)

Pontiac, Chief of the Ottawas (Actor)

Unmasked (Movie)

Craig Kennedy (Actor)

Whipsaw (Movie)

Wadsworth (Actor)
Editor (10)

Bar 20 Justice (Movie)


Hills of Old Wyoming (Movie)


Hopalong Cassidy Returns (Movie)


Hopalong Rides Again (Movie)


In Old Mexico (Movie)


North of the Rio Grande (Movie)


Pride of the West (Movie)


Silver on the Sage (Movie)


Texas Trail (Movie)


Trail Dust (Movie)

Production Management (5)

The Good Witch's Family 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)

Assistant Director

Covert Affairs 2010 (Tv Show)

Assistant Director

La Femme Nikita 1996 - 2001 (TV Show)

Assistant Director

Bless the Child 2000 (Movie)

(Assistant Director)

All I Wanna Do 1998 (Movie)

trainee assistant director (Assistant Director)
Sound (2)

What About Bob? 1991 (Movie)

(Sound Editor)

Sam's Son 1984 (Movie)

(Sound Editor)
Other (1)

Simon Birch 1998 (Movie)

(Production Assistant)


Over a lengthy career, actor Robert Warwick played in hundreds of productions, finding fame on Broadway, in both silent films and talkies, and carrying on into the golden age of television. He grew up singing in the church choir, inspiring him to pursue a musical career, studying opera in Paris before being drawn to acting when hired as an understudy for the 1903 Broadway production of "Glad of It." Sticking to the stage, his star rose over the next few years, paving the way for his transition into leading roles in numerous silent films, beginning in 1914. In the '20s, he returned to the Great White Way until sound entered the picture, after which he slipped back into features, lending his well-trained pipes and dignified good looks to strong supporting parts such as Lord Montague in George Cukor's 1936 version of "Romeo and Juliet." He was a regular player in Errol Flynn's costume dramas, including "The Adventures of Robin Hood," as well as the films of Preston Sturges, such as "Sullivan's Travels." While he was commonly cast as military officials or distinguished gentlemen, he occasionally found more interesting fare such as the overwrought Shakespearean actor in the Humphrey Bogart gem, "In a Lonely Place." Working into his 80s, he shifted primarily into small screen roles in his golden years, filling guest spots on such hit series as "The Twilight Zone" and "Dr. Kildare."


survived him

survived him