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Doğum Adı: Bob Olin Tarihi: 01/01/1970 Yeri:

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Bob was born and raised in and around Albany, Oregon. He began acting at the age of 7 in school productions, and continued working for the next 30 years both on school plays and at the 2 local community theaters in the area. In that time he built a resume of over 75 stage plays as both an actor and director, and winning multiple acting awards. He grew up as a fan of many film genres and acting styles. Some of his biggest influences were the television comedians of the 50's through the 70's including Jackie Gleason, Carol Burnett, as well as more dramatic actors like Paul Newman, Henry Fonda, and Jack Lemmon. In 1999 he got his first chance on a film set as an extra on "The Postman" and a little while later on "Bandits". From then on his focus was the film industry and living out the dream of becoming a working actor. He started with small roles in independent short films, industrial projects, student films, and low budget horror features such as "No Request", "Caged Animals", Inbred Redneck Vampires", and "Deadly Premonitions". A few years later he was cast as an ensemble member on the Portland, OR. based web-series "The Free Box" and began working in larger roles and feature films like "All American Bully", "C.O.G.", and "Drifter". In 2013 he was cast as newspaper editor John Cockerill in "10 Days In a Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story" and since then has been working steadily on short films like "Half Moon Bay" and "Discard" feature films "Any Bullet Will Do" and just recently co-starred as Steven Gallagher on the NBC television show "Grimm". He continues to take acting classes, do good work on set and off, and help other actors in the area to become better performers and hopefully move their careers toward success.

Son Güncelleme Tarihi: 13-05-2020

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