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Nom de naissance Leonard Leroy "Buddy" Lee
Nationalité Etats-Unis
Naissance 29 juillet 1933 (87 ans) à Troy (Etats-Unis)
Récompenses Golden Boot Awards

Robert Fuller (born July 29, 1933) is an American horse rancher and retired actor.

In his five decades of television, Fuller became known for his deep, raspy voice and was familiar to television viewers throughout the 1960s and 70s from his co-starring roles as Jess Harper and Cooper Smith on the popular 1960s western series Laramie and Wagon Train, and was also well known for his role as Dr. Kelly Brackett in the 1970s medical drama Emergency!.


Fuller is an accomplished singer and did several "bandstand" gigs with Bill Aken's Los Nomadas rock group at holiday festivities in Whiskey Flats, California. While acting as grand marshal for the local Memorial Day parade, he performed a vocal rendition of the 1950s song "Caribbean" singing the same verse over and over. (He later told the band that he only knew the first verse of the song.) In 1967, he had recorded an LP in Munich, Germany. Most of the songs were recorded in German, including "Ein Einsamer Cowboy" or "Lonesome Cowboy", "Adios Mexicana" or "Goodbye Mexican Girl", "Uberall Auf Der Welt" or "All Over the World", "Sind Wie Blumen" or "Girls Are Like Flowers". Whether the album was successful in Germany is unknown.

By the 1990s, Fuller had largely retired from the film business. Since May 19, 2001, he has been married to actress Jennifer Savidge, best known for her role on NBC's St. Elsewhere series. Through Savidge, Fuller is also very good friends with her acting coach, veteran producer and actor Norman Lloyd, who played Dr. Daniel Auschlander. Formerly, Fuller was married for twenty-two years to Patricia Lee Lyon, with whom he has three children. The two divorced in 1984.

Since March 18, 1990, Fuller, along with James Drury, has been on the celebrity panels of the annual Festival of the West, a public/private party where die-hard fans question about his roles on Laramie, Wagon Train, and other westerns. He also tells the story about his being a cowboy. Included at his party, are country-western dancing, lunch, and dinner.

From October 9–11, 1998, Fuller was reunited once again with the rest of the surviving Emergency! cast, at the Emergency! Convention '98, which took place at the Burbank Airport Hilton in Burbank, California. All of the main actors attended except for Julie London, who had a stroke in 1995 and died in 2000. Bobby Troup attended just four months before his death. Fuller and the rest of the stars/crew answered fans' questions and remembered the times during which their cast-mates got along so well.

On March 10, 2010, Fuller presented to James Drury the "Cowboy Spirit Award" at the Festival of the West. He also paid tribute to John Smith, who died fifteen years earlier on January 25, 1995, of cirrhosis of the liver and heart problems. In the tribute, he recounted many details about Smith's life, especially their on- and off-screen chemistry during their days on Laramie. Smith had also attended the Festival of the West for two seasons, before declining health rendered it impossible for him to come.

On October 9, 2010, Fuller, James Drury, and Don Reynolds, participated in the Wild West Toy Show, sponsored by Bob Terry in Azle near Fort Worth, Texas. The event promotes horse riding and the purchase and exchange of western merchandising.

In September 2012, Fuller along with several other western celebrities attended the first annual Spirit of the Cowboy western festival held at Chestnut Square in McKinney, Texas. This event is being billed as the biggest and best western festival in north Texas.

In mid-2004, Fuller and wife Jennifer Savidge moved from Los Angeles to Texas to raise horses on a ranch in north Texas. His neighbor and long-term friend, Alex Cord, had urged Fuller to move to Cooke County. The two, who are the same age, had met in 1961 on the Laramie set when Cord made his television acting debut. Fuller's former Emergency! co-star and long-time friend, Randolph Mantooth, said in an interview with Tom Blixa of WTVN that he would no longer keep in touch with Fuller because of the relocation.

Fuller's stepfather, Robert Simpson, Sr., died in 2009.

On July 29, 2013, Fuller celebrated his 80th birthday with his fans and wife while vacationing on a ranch in Libby, Montana.

On November 9, 2014, Fuller and his wife commuted from Cooke County, Texas to Los Angeles, California to attend their longtime friend's/acting mentor's, Norman Lloyd's, 100th Birthday Party.

Fuller's longest-lasting friendship has been with James Drury, whom he met (along with Robert Horton, 9 years Fuller's senior), when the three were under contract at MGM in 1954. Drury put Fuller in touch with Jock Mahoney, who in turn contacted Dick Jones. When their contracts were up, both Drury and Fuller moved to Universal, where they each starred in their own Western series. In 1959, Fuller co-starred opposite another old friend, John Smith, in Laramie (before joining the cast of Wagon Train after Laramie's cancelation), while Drury starred in The Virginian for 9 seasons; Fuller appeared in the same series later in its run, in two episodes in which Drury did not appear.

Drury was a fan of Fuller and Julie London's Emergency! series, a show that lasted 8 1/2 years. In an interview with another of Fuller's best friends, Drury said, "I had known Bobby Troup very well, we've done several shows together. But I never really knew Julie, except just to meet her. Bobby [of course] became lifelong friends with her, and so forth, but I never spent any time on the road with her, but I think Bobby Fuller did... Fuller... didn't really want to do a modern show. He wanted to do another Western, but Jack Webb talked him into it or insisted that he do it, and he was very happy, [of course] because it was a great success and he had a wonderful time with Julie London and with Bobby Troup."

Fuller was introduced to Julie London on the first episode of the second season of Laramie ("Queen of Diamonds"), where London played the wife of the sheriff. That episode brought Fuller into a wonderful relationship: at about the same time he met London's husband, Bobby Troup, where the two became lifelong friends, for four decades, from 1960 to 2000. Like Drury, London also called Fuller 'Bobby'.

According to his co-star and London's second husband, Bobby Troup, London was also known to be a very private and an introverted lady, who spent most of her time with her extended family, who also hated attending shows. London died on October 18, 2000, one year after Troup.

In a June 2013 interview with Tom Blixa of WTVN, Fuller said of his medical partner/secondary series' lead, in the series, about his dearest friend's, London's potty-mouth was, "She should've been a sailor. I'm telling you, I loved Julie. I've known Julie for years; and one of the things that made me happy about doing Emergency!, was working with Julie and Bobby; because they were friends of mine. I've known them for years, before that, Julie did Laramie with me; and I loved her. I loved her singing and I loved his playing. But to Julie, to get away with anything and when it came out of her mouth; it sounded like candy and we loved it, she was wild."

While struggling as an actor, Clu Gulager met Fuller, on the fourth episode of Laramie, where Gulager played a private who showed up at the Sherman Ranch Relay Station beaten and half-starved looking for help from Jess Harper, who was his brother-in-law. The friendship took off from there, where the lifelong connection began. Gulager was also reunited with Fuller on 2 more episodes of Wagon Train, and 1 episode of The Virginian, where Gulager was credited as a star, but like Drury, Gulager didn't appear in the episode.

In 1995, along with Fuller, Drury and Walker, Gulager also appeared on an episode of Kung-Fu: The Legend Continues, where he played a drunken deputy.

In 2012, after six decades of acting, at 83, Gulager had retired from acting, but continues to stay in touch with Fuller, and travels with him at various festivals, Festival of The West and Memphis Film Festival.

Being only 23 years old, Fuller met the unfamiliar actor, John Smith, along with another young unfamiliar actor, Doug McClure (Drury's future co-star on The Virginian), in the movie Friendly Persuasion, where he only had a limited line, where the two began to develop a lifelong friendship, in 1956. Then, right around the same time he co-starred with Smith in Laramie, Fuller also guest-starred with Smith on an episode of Cimmaron City.

He also starred with Fuller in Laramie, where the two had a wonderful on- and off-screen chemistry together, and would even meet some familiar as well as unfamiliar guest stars that went on to do bigger and better things. When the show Laramie ended in 1963, after a 4 season run, and 124 episodes, Fuller went onto do Wagon Train, where he created part of a character, after him, while Smith was found himself typecasted as Slim Sherman.

He also guest-starred in a few parts, most notably Emergency! with Fuller & London, and Police Woman, with Angie Dickinson, then later, Smith withdrew from acting.

Unlike Fuller, Smith was known to be a very private man, who was also known for traveling and raising horses. He was the very first guest at the Festival of The West, however, bad health prevented him from attending, hence, Fuller lost him on January 25, 1995, and Smith was cremated.

At only 28, and being the same age as Fuller, Cord met him on an episode of Laramie; Cord played the son of Dan Duryea's character, and this was Cord's first guest-starring role in his long career. Afterwards, the two remained friendly.

In 2002, one year after Fuller remarried with Cord as best man, Fuller attended Cord's wedding to Susannah Moller, where Fuller served as best man. Two years later, Fuller moved with his wife to Texas, where he and Cord became neighbors.

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Filmographie de Robert Fuller (21 films)

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Maverick (1994)
, 2h7
Réalisé par Richard Donner
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Action, Aventure, Western
Thèmes Jeu, La musique, Musique, Poker
Acteurs Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster, James Garner, Graham Greene, Alfred Molina, James Coburn
Rôle Riverboat Poker Player
Note69% 3.498953.498953.498953.498953.49895
Bret Maverick (Mel Gibson) est joueur de poker professionnel. Son talent lui attire plus d'ennemis que d'amis. En route pour le tournoi de poker du siècle, il rencontre Annabelle Bransford (Jodie Foster), une ravissante joueuse dénuée de tout scrupule, et Zane Cooper (James Garner), un sinistre marshal peu enclin au jeu. Le voyage s'annonce semé d'embûches jusqu'à la partie de poker la plus dangereuse que Maverick ait jamais eu à livrer.
Y a-t-il un exorciste pour sauver le monde ?, 1h20
Réalisé par Bob Logan
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Comédie horrifique, Horreur
Thèmes Religion, La télévision, Diable, Comédie horrifique
Acteurs Leslie Nielsen, Linda Blair, Ned Beatty, Anthony Starke, Thom Sharp, John Ingle
Rôle Dr. Hackett
Note49% 2.45072.45072.45072.45072.4507
Un courageux prêtre parvient à délivrer une jeune enfant de l'emprise de Satan et à le renvoyer vers les flammes de l'enfer. Vingt-ans plus tard, le voici de retour bien décidé à se réapproprier l'âme de son ancienne victime devenue mère de famille.
Charlie, mon héros, 1h25
Réalisé par Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, Gary Goldman
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Fantasy, Aventure, Musical, Animation
Thèmes Mise en scène d'un animal, L'enfance, Religion, Mise en scène d'un chien, Ange, Musique, Buddy movie, Films pour enfants, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Acteurs Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Judith Barsi, Vic Tayback, Melba Moore, Charles Nelson Reilly
Rôle Harold
Note67% 3.398893.398893.398893.398893.39889
En 1939, à La Nouvelle-Orléans, Charlie B. Barkin, un chien roublard, espiègle et avec un charme d'escroc, travaille avec son partenaire d'affaires et gangster Carcasse dans un casino construit à même une épave de pétrolier. Carcasse, peu disposé à partager les bénéfices, fait emprisonner Charlie à la fourrière, mais Charlie s'échappe avec l'aide de son meilleur ami Gratouille. Pour rayer Charlie du décor pour de bon, Carcasse et son acolyte, Zigouille, organisent son assassinat.
Megaforce (1982)
, 1h39
Réalisé par Hal Needham
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Science-fiction, Action, Aventure
Acteurs Barry Bostwick, Michael Beck, Persis Khambatta, Edward Mulhare, Henry Silva, George Furth
Rôle Pilot
Note38% 1.9055451.9055451.9055451.9055451.905545
As Hunter dirige Megaforce, un commando d'élite américain en motocyclettes à lance-missiles (Delta MK 4 Megafighter) et en buggies, et parcourt le monde pour combattre le mal.
Mustang Country
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Western
Thèmes Mise en scène d'un animal, Les chevaux
Acteurs Joel McCrea, Robert Fuller, Patrick Wayne
Rôle Griff
Note62% 3.1463753.1463753.1463753.1463753.146375
The film is about a rancher and former rodeo star named Dan (Joel McCrea) and his rottweiler Luke. While he is hunting a wild stallion, Dan comes across a runaway boy. A friendship soon grows and the two set out to catch the mustang together.
Qu'est-il arrivé à tante Alice?, 1h41
Réalisé par Lee H. Katzin, Bernard Girard
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Thriller, Horreur, Policier
Thèmes Tueur en série
Acteurs Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon, Rosemary Forsyth, Robert Fuller, Mildred Dunnock, Peter Bonerz
Rôle Mike Darrah
Note68% 3.4473.4473.4473.4473.447
Claire Marrable (Geraldine Page) est une riche veuve installée à Tucson dans l’Arizona. Elle engage Alice Dimmock (Ruth Gordon) comme aide à domicile car ces cinq précédentes employées ont mystérieusement disparues ... Alice, elle, cherche à savoir ce qui arrivée à Edna (Mildred Dunnock), l’une des précédentes employées dont elle était l’amie.
L'Homme à la Jaguar rouge, 1h31
Réalisé par Harald Reinl
Origine Allemagne
Genres Policier
Acteurs George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Friedrich Schütter, Daniela Surina, Grit Boettcher, Carl Lange
Rôle Charlie
Note59% 2.9676052.9676052.9676052.9676052.967605
Une organisation envoie des tueurs à gage partout dans les États-Unis. Après la mort d'Ann Gordon et de sa jeune fille Jane, Jerry Cotton s'envole pour San Francisco, où la plupart de ces assassinats ont été commis.
Le Retour des sept, 1h35
Réalisé par Burt Kennedy
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Action, Western
Acteurs Yul Brynner, Robert Fuller, Warren Oates, Claude Akins, Fernando Rey, Emilio Fernández
Rôle Vin
Note55% 2.7526752.7526752.7526752.7526752.752675
Chico, resté au village mexicain après les événements racontés dans les Sept Mercenaires, est enlevé par des bandits. Ces hors-la-loi kidnappent les hommes des villages avoisinants, les emmènent dans un pueblo en ruines et les obligent à le reconstruire. La femme de Chico, Petra, part alors chercher les 2 autres mercenaires (les 4 autres ayant été tués) afin qu'ils délivrent Chico et tous les hommes du village.
Sans foi ni loi
Réalisé par Earl Bellamy
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Aventure, Western
Acteurs Robert Fuller, Jocelyn Lane, Dan Duryea, Truman Linden Chiles, Claude Akins, Noah Beery, Jr
Rôle Captain Matt Martin
Note60% 3.0492853.0492853.0492853.0492853.049285
A la fin de la Guerre de Sécession, une importante cargaison est dérobée et cachée en plein désert. Un seul homme sait où l'or est enterré : l'armée charge le capitaine Mat Martin de l'arrêter et de ramener l'or. Martin, son prisonnier et une poignée d'hommes pénètrent en territoire indien, à la recherche de la précieuse cargaison. Apaches, tempêtes, hors-la-loi : le petit groupe va devoir affronter de nombreux dangers...
La Fureur des Apaches, 1h33
Réalisé par William Witney
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Western
Acteurs Audie Murphy, Guy Stockwell, Michael Dante, Linda Lawson, L. Q. Jones, BarBara Luna
Note50% 2.5252452.5252452.5252452.5252452.525245
En 1879, un officier américain est renvoyé car il a pris la défense des indiens. Son fils s'engage plus tard dans l'armée avec pour ambition de sauver l'honneur de son père dans un premier temps, puis de mettre un terme aux affrontements entre les chercheurs d'or et les indiens...
Spartacus (1960)
, 3h4
Réalisé par Stanley Kubrick, Anthony Mann
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Guerre, Action, Aventure, Historique, Péplum
Thèmes Esclavagisme, Sexualité, Sport, Bisexualité, Homosexualité, Politique, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Charles Laughton, Peter Ustinov, John Gavin
Rôle Extra (uncredited)
Note78% 3.9482353.9482353.9482353.9482353.948235
En 73 av. J.-C., Spartacus est un esclave thrace que l'on fait travailler dans les mines de Lydie. Il est remarqué et acheté par Lentulus Batiatus, propriétaire d'une école de gladiateurs à Capoue, où il est pris en charge par l'entraîneur Marcellus qui l'initie au métier de gladiateur. Il fait connaissance avec les autres esclaves, dont Draba le Noir et Crixus. Il est aussi intéressé par Varinia, une des esclaves que Marcellus donne parfois en récompense pour une nuit aux gladiateurs qui l'ont mérité.
Le cerveau de la planète Arous, 1h10
Réalisé par Nathan Juran
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Science-fiction, Thriller, Horreur
Thèmes Le futur, Extra-terrestres, Extraterrestre, Invasion extraterrestre, Film catastrophe
Acteurs John Agar, Joyce Meadows, Robert Fuller, Ken Terrell
Rôle Dan Murphy
Note53% 2.655482.655482.655482.655482.65548
Venu de la planète Arous, Gor arrive sur Terre et prend possession du corps du physicien nucléaire Steve March. Il espère ainsi obtenir le pouvoir absolu. Mais un de ses congénères, Vol, vient à la rescousse pour l'empêcher de mettre sur pied ses plans diaboliques.