Hollywood Actor, Robert Foster, Dies At 78
Ntukuyoh, Nseobong O.
Oct. 12, 2019
Hollywood actor Robert Forster, who again hit the limelight with his role as a bail bondsman in Quentin Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown” has died on Friday, at his home in Los Angeles.
Forster died at the age of 78 from brain cancer.
Kathie Berlin, a longtime friend of the actor who handled his publicity, confirmed the news.
Forster made his movie debut in the movie “Reflections in a Golden Eye,” back in 1967. The movie was directed by John Huston and starred Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor.
Forster, is survived by his longtime partner, Denise Grayson; a son, Robert Forster Jr.; three daughters: Elizabeth Foster Howell, Maeghen Perry Dimperio and Kate Forster Simmons; and four grandchildren.
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