Robert Hogan died on May 27 after pulmonary complications from pneumonia at the age of 87, according to the magazine Deadline. Born in 1933 in New York, the actor had to his credit more than 150 roles on the small screen. A regular in TV movies and series, Robert Hogan was first known to have appeared in the 1960s in three iconic soap operas in the United States, namely Days are lives, Peyton Place where he played Reverend Tom Winter for two seasons, and finally Central Hospital, the longest and oldest American soap opera still in production.
Also seen in the Arabesque and Mission Impossible series, Robert Hogan starred in nine episodes of New York, judicial police between 1991 and 2006, as well as in its spin-offs New York, special unit in 2011 et New York, criminal section in 2001 and 2003. That year, he also slipped into the skin of Louis Sobotka during season 2 of the very famous HBO series The Wire.
The one who started at 28 got his last role in 2019 after 58 years of career. But he did appear in the cinema in 2019, since Quentin Tarantino briefly integrated a scene from an episode of the series. On the trail of crime dating from 1965 in his last feature film event Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood. We can see Robert Hogan, who had made six appearances in the detective series until 1972. The actor leaves behind three children, born to his first wife. He had been married to Mary Barbera since the year 1983, one year after his divorce.