Robert BarronShow Count: 0
Series Count: 1
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: December 26, 1932, Charleston, West Virginia, USA
Died: December 1, 2000, Salinas, California, USA
Robert V. Barron (December 26, 1932 – December 1, 2000) was an American actor best known as the supervising director and the voice of Admiral Donald Hayes in Robotech. He is also known for playing the role of Abraham Lincoln in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure in 1989.
He was also a songwriter, collaborating with Bert Long on the 1956 hit "Cindy, Oh Cindy," which charted in two versions, one by Vince Martin and The Tarriers and another by Eddie Fisher.
His interment was in Salinas, California's Garden of Memories Memorial Park.
|Jack Armstrong, The All-American Boy|
Show Count: 89
Broadcast History: 31 July 1933 to 28 June 1951
Sponsor: General Mills, Wheaties
Cast: Carlton KaDell, Don Ameche, Charles Flynn, Olan Soule, Herb Butterfield, Ken Christy, Michael Romano, Rye Billsbury, Patricia Dunlap, Sarajane Wells, Stanley Harris, Jim Ameche, Ken Griffin, Frank Dane, Frank Behrens, St John Terrell, John Gannon, Roland Butterfield, Murray McLean, Milton Guion, Dick York, Shaindel Kalish, Loretta Poynton, Naomi May, Jim Goss, Jack Doty, Ed Davison, Arthur Van Slyke, Robert Barron, Bye Billsbury, Carles Flynn
Director: James Jewell, David Owen, Pat Murphy, Ed Morse, Ted MacMurray
Producer: James Jewell