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Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Chicago, Illinois

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Place of Death
Westlake Village, CA

Cause of Death
Respiratory Failure


Claim to Fame
Father Knows Best, Marcus Welby, M.D.



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Quiet, soft-spoken Robert grew up in California and had some stage experience with the Pasadena Playhouse before entering films in 1931. His movie career consisted of playing characters who were charming, good-looking--and bland. In fact, his screen image was such that he usually never got the girl. Louis B. Mayer would say, "He has no sex appeal," but he had a work ethic that prepared him for every role that he played. And he did play in as many as eleven films per year for a decade starting with The Black Camel (1931). He was notable as the spy in Alfred Hitchcock`s Secret Agent (1936), but the `40s was the decade in which he was to have most of his best roles. These included `Northwest Passage` (Book I -- Rogers` Rangers) (1940); Western Union (1941); and H.M. Pulham, Esq. (1941). Good roles followed, from the husband of Dorothy McGuirein Claudia (1943) to the detective in Crossfire (1947), but they were becoming scarce. In 1949, Robert started a radio show called "Father Knows Best" wherein he played Jim Anderson, an average father with average situations--a role which was tailor-made for him. Basically retiring from films, he starred in this program for five years on radio before it went to television in 1954. After a slight falter in the ratings and a switch from CBS to NBC, it became a mainstay of television until it was canceled in 1960. He continued making guest appearances on various television shows and working in television movies. In 1969, he starred as Dr. Marcus Welby in the TV movie Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969) (TV). The Marcus Welby series that followed ran from 1969 through 1976 and featured James Brolin as his assistant, Dr. Steven Kiley--the doc with the bike. After the series ended, Robert, now in his seventies, finally licked his 30-year battle with alcohol and occasionally appeared in television movies through the 1980s.

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High School
Lincoln High School in Santa Monica

Full Name at Birth
Robert George Young

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack, Producer

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Robert George Young (February 22, 1907 – July 21, 1998) was an American television, film, and radio actor, best known for his leading roles as Jim Anderson, the father character in Father Knows Best (NBC and then CBS), and the physician Marcus Welby in Marcus Welby, M.D. (ABC).

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Deceased||Robert Young passed away on 21st Jul 1998 aged 91. |||

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Robert Young passed away on 21st Jul 1998 aged 91.


Robert Young was previously married to Elizabeth Henderson (1924 - 1994).

He was also in relationships with Anita Page (1931).

Robert Young had 4 children, Elizabeth Louise, Carol Anne, Barbara and Katherine.


Robert Young is a 91 year old American Actor. Born Robert George Young on 22nd February, 1907 in Chicago, Illinois and educated at Lincoln High School in Santa Monica, he is famous for Father Knows Best, Marcus Welby, M. D. in a career that spans 1931–1988. His zodiac sign is Pisces.

Robert Young was in 3 on-screen matchups, notably with Betty Grable in Sweet Rosie O'Grady (1943), Katharine Hepburn in Spitfire (1934) and Lana Turner in Slightly Dangerous (1943).

Robert Young is a member of the following lists: Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor in a Drama Series Primetime Emmy Award winners, American male radio actors and Male actors from Chicago, Illinois.


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