Robert, originally from New Haven Connecticut, is a Chicago based actor. From his first professional role at Joe Papp's New York Public Theatre where he played Kress in David Rabe's "The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel", to Sidney Greenstreet in "Ten Chimneys" at Milwaukee Rep and Frank in "Detroit" at Steppenwolf, he has played over one hundred roles, including Big Daddy in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", Moe in "Riverview" and Dean Strauss in "Spinning Into Butter" both at the Goodman Theatre. Bob is a member of the Steppenwolf acting ensemble where he has performed in some 40 roles over 30 years. Some favorites: Botvinnic in "A Walk in the Woods" by Lee Blessing, Father Lux in "Our Lady of 121st Street", Pa Joad in the "Grapes of Wrath", Charlie "Blackie" Blackwell in John Olive's "Killers" which he also directed at Mary Arrchie Theatre. He has performed at Northlight, Drury Lane Water Tower, Profiles Theatre in Chicago. He has worked at the Dallas Theatre Center, the Players at U of North
Robert Breuler born?
Robert Breuler was born in New Haven, Connecticut, USA