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Robert Walden (born Robert Wolkowitz; September 25, 1943) is an Americanmarker television and motion picture actor.

Walden was born in New York, New Yorkmarker, the son of Hilda (née Winokur) and Max Wolkowitz.

Walden's career began in 1970, in Bloody Mama for Roger Corman. After that and for the first several years he often played young doctors, such as in the television series "The Bold Ones" as Dr. Cohen, (after the departure of John Saxon prior to the final season) and notably in the cult classic Blue Sunshine. His breakthrough role was in the television series Lou Grant, which won him 3 Emmy Award nominations (in 1979, 1980 and 1981) for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Walden has played several historical characters, including Donald Segretti in the 1976 film All the President's Men, and J. Robert Oppenheimer in the 1980 TV movie Enola Gay: The Men, the Mission, the Atomic Bomb. From 1984 - 1989 he starred in the groundbreaking Showtime sitcom "Brothers" as the middle of three brothers, the owner of a bar/restaurant who was a retired NFL placekicker. His youngest brother was gay and the series dealt with issues regarding homosexuality. Walden also made a cameo appearance as a sound engineer in the 1994 film Radioland Murders.

Walden is a distinguished teacher of acting at the The New School for Drama, division of the New York Citymarker university The New School. In August, 2006 he appeared in the Herbert Bergoff Playwrights Foundation production of Arthur Miller's "'The American Clock'" under the direction of Austin Pendleton.

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  1. Robert Walden Biography (1943-)

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