Edward G. Robinson

Edward G. Robinson
1893 - 1973

Edward G. Robinson  Romanian Actor

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Relationships

Edward G. Robinson was previously married to Jane Robinson (1958 - 1973) and Gladys Lloyd (1927 - 1956).

Edward G. Robinson had encounters with Kathleen Hughes (1953), Barbara Stanwyck (1944) and Lupe Velez (1930).

About

Romanian Actor Edward G. Robinson was born Emmanuel Goldenberg on 12th December, 1893 in Bucharest, Romania and passed away on 26th Jan 1973 Los Angeles, California aged 79. He is most remembered for Little Cesar (1931). His zodiac sign is Sagittarius.

Edward G. Robinson was in 3 on-screen matchups, including Bette Davis in Kid Galahad (1937), Joan Bennett in Scarlet Street (1945) and Mary Astor in The Little Giant (1933).

Edward G. Robinson is a member of the following lists: People from the Lower East Side, Male actors from Bucharest and Townsend Harris High School alumni.

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Relationship Statistics

TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Married2 29 years 22 years 15 years
Encounter3 64 years, 8 months 21 years, 7 months -
Total5 64 years, 8 months 21 years, 9 months 15 years

Details

First Name Edward
Middle Name G.
Last Name Robinson
Full Name at Birth Emmanuel Goldenberg
Alternative Name Edward Robinson
Age 79 (age at death) years
Birthday 12th December, 1893
Birthplace Bucharest, Romania
Died 26th January, 1973
Place of Death Los Angeles, California
Cause of Death Cancer
Height 5' 5" (165 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Black
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Sexuality Straight
Religion Jewish
Ethnicity White
Nationality Romanian
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame Little Cesar (1931)
Year(s) Active 1913–1973, 1913–73
Brand Endorsement Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer (Magazine Advertisement) [1949]
Friend Hal B. Wallis, Igor Stravinsky, Joan Bennett

Edward G. Robinson (born Emanuel Goldenberg; December 12, 1893 – January 26, 1973) was a Romanian-born American actor. A popular star on stage and screen during Hollywood's Golden Age, he appeared in 40 Broadway plays and over 100 films during a 50-year career. He is best remembered for his tough-guy roles as a gangster, such as his star-making film Little Caesar, and Key Largo.

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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Edward G. Robinson79 SagittariusActor
Romanian
Jane Robinson-Actress
American
Kathleen Hughes88 ScorpioActress
American
Barbara Stanwyck82 CancerActress
American
Lupe Velez36 CancerActress
Mexican
Gladys Lloyd75 LibraActress

Children

NameGenderBornAgeOther Parent
Edward Jr.Male19th March, 193384 years oldGladys Lloyd

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Soylent Green1973Sol RothMovie
Neither by Day Nor by Night1972FatherMovie
Song of Norway1970KrogstadMovie
The Old Man Who Cried Wolf1970Emile PulskaTV Movie
The Silent Force1970TV Show
Mackenna's Gold1969Old AdamsMovie
Bracken's World1969Cameo, Elstyn DraperTV Show
Medical Center1969Dr. Lee ForestmanTV Show
Night Gallery1969Abraham Goldman (segment "The Messiah on Mott Street")TV Show
Never a Dull Moment1968Leo Joseph SmoothMovie
The Biggest Bundle of Them All1968Professor SamuelsMovie
It's Your Move1968Sir George McDowellMovie
Grand Slam1967Prof. James AndersMovie
Operazione San Pietro1967Joe VenturaMovie
The Blonde from Peking1967Douglas - chef C.I.A.Movie
Batman1966Edward G. RobinsonTV Show
The Cincinnati Kid1965Lancey HowardMovie
Who Has Seen the Wind?1965CaptainTV Movie
Cheyenne Autumn1964Secretary of the Interior Carl SchurzMovie
Good Neighbor Sam1964Simon NurdlingerMovie
Robin and the 7 Hoods1964Big Jim Stevens (uncredited)Movie
The Outrage1964Con ManMovie
A Boy Ten Feet Tall1963Cocky WainwrightMovie
The Prize1963Dr. Max StratmanMovie
My Geisha1962Sam LewisMovie
Two Weeks in Another Town1962Maurice KrugerMovie
The DuPont Show of the Week1961NarratorTV Show
Pepe1960Edward G. RobinsonMovie
Seven Thieves1960Theo WilkinsMovie
The Right Man1960Theodore RooseveltMovie
A Hole in the Head1959Mario ManettaMovie
Sunday Showcase1959Daniel WebsterTV Show
The Detectives1959'Big Jim' RivaTV Show
Goodyear Theatre1957Harry HarperTV Show
Nightmare1956Rene BressardMovie
The Ten Commandments1956DathanMovie
Playhouse 901956Oscar BromekTV Show
Zane Grey Theater1956Victor BersTV Show
A Bullet for Joey1955Inspector Raoul LeducMovie
Hell on Frisco Bay1955Victor AmatoMovie
Illegal1955Victor ScottMovie
The Violent Men1955Lew WilkisonMovie
Tight Spot1955Lloyd HallettMovie
Celebrity Playhouse1955Matthew ConsidineTV Show
Black Tuesday1954Vincent CanelliMovie
Climax!1954TV Show
For the Defense1954Matthew ConsidineTV Movie
Big Leaguer1953John B. 'Hans' LobertMovie
The Glass Web1953Henry HayesMovie
Vice Squad1953Capt. 'Barnie' BarnabyMovie
G.E. True Theater1953Bert AlquistTV Show
The Ford Television Theatre1952Baron, John DerwentTV Show
Actor's and Sin1952Maurice Tillayou (segment "Actor's Blood")Movie
Lux Video Theatre1950Sir Wilfrid RobartsTV Show
Operation X1950George ConstantinMovie
House of Strangers1949Gino MonettiMovie
It's a Great Feeling1949Edward G. RobinsonMovie
All My Sons1948Joe KellerMovie
Key Largo1948Johnny RoccoMovie
Night Has a Thousand Eyes1948John TritonMovie
The Red House1947Pete MorganMovie
The Stranger1946Mr. WilsonMovie
Journey Together1945Dean McWilliamsMovie
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes1945Martinius JacobsonMovie
Scarlet Street1945Christopher CrossMovie
Double Indemnity1944Barton KeyesMovie
Mr. Winkle Goes to War1944Wilbert WinkleMovie
Tampico1944Captain Bart MansonMovie
The Woman in the Window1944Professor Richard WanleyMovie
Destroyer1943Steve BoleslavskiMovie
Flesh and Fantasy1943Marshall Tyler (Episode 2)Movie
Larceny, Inc.1942'Pressure' MaxwellMovie
Tales of Manhattan1942Avery L. 'Larry' BrowneMovie
Manpower1941Hank McHenryMovie
The Sea Wolf1941'Wolf' LarsenMovie
Unholy Partners1941Bruce CoreyMovie
A Dispatch from Reuter's1940Julius ReuterMovie
Brother Orchid1940Little John SartoMovie
Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet1940Dr. Paul EhrlichMovie
Blackmail1939John R. IngramMovie
Confessions of a Nazi Spy1939Edward RenardMovie
A Slight Case of Murder1938Remy MarcoMovie
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse1938Dr. ClitterhouseMovie
I Am the Law1938Prof. John LindsayMovie
Kid Galahad1937Nick DonatiMovie
The Last Gangster1937Joe KrozacMovie
Thunder in the City1937Dan ArmstrongMovie
A Day at Santa Anita1937Edward G. Robinson (uncredited)Short Film
Bullets or Ballots1936Johnny BlakeMovie
Barbary Coast1935Luis ChamalisMovie
The Whole Town's Talking1935Arthur Ferguson JonesMovie
The Man with Two Faces1934Damon WellesMovie
Dark Hazard1934Jim 'Buck' TurnerMovie
The Little Giant1933Bugs AhearnMovie
I Loved a Woman1933John Mansfield HaydenMovie
The Hatchet Man1932Wong Low GetMovie
Tiger Shark1932Mike MascarenhasMovie
Two Seconds1932John AllenMovie
Silver Dollar1932Yates MartinMovie
Five Star Final1931RandallMovie
Little Caesar1931Little Caesar - Alias 'Rico'Movie
Smart Money1931Nick VenizelosMovie
The Stolen Jools1931Gangster (as Edward Robinson)Short Film
Outside the Law1930Cobra CollinsMovie
A Lady to Love1930TonyMovie
East Is West1930Charlie YongMovie
Night Ride1930Tony GarottaMovie
Die Sehnsucht jeder Frau1930TonyMovie
The Widow from Chicago1930DominicMovie
The Hole in the Wall1929The FoxMovie
The Bright Shawl1923Domingo Escobar (as E.G. Robinson)Movie
Arms and the Woman1916Factory WorkerMovie
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MandyLovesVintageMandyLovesVintageDec 9, 2009

One of The Nicest, most Generous men in Hollywood. He was not only an Exceptional actor, but a kind-hearted man who gave back to so many people. It`s a shame he was never nominated for an Academy award during his career, considering the immense talent he brought to the screen. In my opinion, He is with out a doubt (along with Cagney & Bogart) one of the most iconic `Tough guys` in the film industry. Sure, he didn`t always play a gangster, but that`s what so great about him, he did it all. I enjoy his work, and am happy to be able to watch one amazing performance after another, with my dad, who happens to know a lot about him, and is, of course, a HUGE Edward G. fan as well.


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