Robert Reynolds was born in Seaforth Ontario son of Gordon & Jane Reynolds. Robert graduated with a B.A. from King's College University of Western Ontario and with a Masters Degree in English Literature from the University of Windsor. Robert attended the renowned "Eli Rill Actors Studio" in Toronto in the 1970s and was instrumental in founding WW Theatre whose first production "Wedding In White" starring Carole Kane and Donald Pleasance was one of the trailblazer films in English Canada. He has appeared with George Clooney in "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind", Ray Liotta in "Slow Burn", Clea DuVall in "The Watch" Lou Diamond Phillips in "Metal Tornado" and Michael Paré in "Hunted" Robert moved to the National Capitol Region in 1976 and formed a band called "Fat Shadows" which made Billboards "recommended LPs list in 1981. A prolific song writer and a solid character actor Robert has built a career and a reputation in both disciplines. He has contributed original compositions to the sound track of several movies including "The Buckley Brothers" which won "best comedy" at the L.A. Women's' Film Festival.
Name: Robert Reynolds
Known for: Warm Bodies