Robert Loggia- Wiki, age, height, net worth, wife, ethnicity


Robert Loggia was an actor and director from the United States. He received the Saturn Award for the comedy movie Big. He worked as an assistant director on episodes of Quincy ME, Magnum, PI and Hart to Hart.


Quick Facts

Real name Robert Loggia
Nickname Robert
Date of birth January 3, 1930
Age 85 years old (at time of death)
Birthplace New York City, New York, United States
Nationality American
Profession Actor, director
Height 5 feet 10 inches
Weight 80kg
Hair colour Gray
Eye color Dark brown
Net value $10 million

Robert Loggia’s age and early life

Robert Loggia was born on January 3, 1930 in Staten Island, New York City, New York, United States. His ancestors were Sicilian and Italian. His father was Biagio Loggia (shoemaker) and his mother was Elena Blandino (housewife), but facts about his siblings are unknown.

He attended Wagner College after graduating from New Dorp High School in New York City. Robert then enrolled at the University of Missouri to earn a degree in journalism. He eventually changed his major to theater and enrolled at Northwestern University in Illinois.

Robert Loggia Height and weight

Robert Loggia had gray hair and dark brown eyes. He was five feet five inches tall and had a gruff voice.

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Robert Loggia net worth

What is Robert Loggia’s net worth? This actor’s net worth was estimated at $10 million USD. One of his most successful films, Big earned $151.7 million in the United States. Before his death, the actor’s average salary in the United States was about $19,000 – $210,000 US.


Robert Loggia had served in the United States Army. At the age of 25, he made his Broadway debut in the play The Man with the Golden Arm. Eric played Frankie Peppo in the 1956 movie Somebody Up There Likes Me. He then appeared in The Three Sisters (1966), SOB (1981), Big (1988), Lifepod (1993), The Deal (2005) and more movies.

Real Gangsters (2013), No Deposit (2015), The Red Maple Leaf (2016) and Cries of the Unborn (2017) are his most recent films. Robert made his television debut in an episode of Wagon Train and Alcoa Present: One Step Beyond in 1959. He played Thomas Hewitt Edward Cat in THE Cat for 26 episodes from 1966 to 1967.


Robert died of Alzheimer’s disease on December 4, 2015 at the age of 85. He was diagnosed in 2010. He died at his home in Brentwood.

Robert Loggia Wife and Marriage

Who is Robert Loggia’s wife? Audrey Loggia, a business professional, married Robert Loggia. On December 27, 1982, they exchanged vows. Audrey has a daughter named Cynthia Marlette from her previous marriage. On March 28, 1954, Robert married Marjorie Sloan for the first time. Kristina Loggia, John Loggia and Tracey Loggia were their three children. In the year 1981, they divorced.