Robert Pavlovich

Robert Pavlovich

Sometimes credited as: Bob Pavlovich

Height: 6'    ·    Weight: 225    ·    Hair Color: Brown w/Gray    ·    Eye Color: Blue    ·    Training: Shakespeare & Co, Summer Intensive 2000; Michael Chekhov, k Jenny Jones, CCM;    ·    Special Skills: Can make eyeballs quiver; Amazingly proficient on Ear Prompter; plays guitar; dialects/accents    ·    Hometown: New Orleans    ·    High School: Archbishop Rummel    ·    College: Loyola Univ-N.O. (BA) Syracuse Univ (MS)    ·    Occupation: Teacher/Actor

Actor, Teacher and Director, Robert began his Theater training at Rummel High School under Charles "Chuck" Guajardo. At Loyola, he studied with Brother Alexis Gonzales, Dr. Donald Brady and Fr. Ernest Ferlita. After a career in Broadcast news with UPI Radio Network, WWL 870 AM, WNOE, WTIX and WGSO (1280), ...Read More

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Stage Credits:
Zach.... A CHORUS LINE   (7/2014)
General Harrison Howell *.... Kiss Me, Kate   (8/2013)
Lazar Wolf *.... Fiddler On The Roof   (8/2012)
Victor Feldzeig *.... The Drowsy Chaperone   (8/2011)
Captain Of The Inquisition.... Man Of La Mancha   (6/2011)
Mayor Shinn.... The Music Man   (7/2010)
Bob *.... NOLA AEA Liaison Tony Party   (6/2010)
Lawrence Jameson *.... Dirty Rotten Scoundrels   (6/2010)
Mr. Zero *.... Adding Machine: A Musical   (2/2010)
Capt. George Brackett, USN *.... South Pacific   (7/2009)
Father *.... Eurydice   (3/2009)
Earthquake McGoon *.... Li'l Abner   (7/2008)
Mike Spears *.... Pal Joey   (6/2008)
John Williamson *.... Glengarry Glen Ross   (5/2008)
Tupolski *.... The Pillowman   (8/2007)
Master of Ceremonies.... Chicago   (7/2007)
Larry *.... Hospitality Suite   (8/2005)
Schrank.... West Side Story   (7/2005)
Victory *.... Swerve   (7/2003)
Pat Lyles *.... The Visitation   (3/2003)
Pat Lyles *.... The Visitation   (8/2002)
Martin Harrison/Sergeant Fogarty.... Chicago   (6/2002)
Presenter.... Storer Boone Awards 2001   (5/2001)
Baptista.... The Taming Of The Shrew   (5/2000)
Stone *.... City Of Angels   (6/1999)
Adrian *.... Private Eyes   (4/1999)(6/1998)
Juror #1.... Twelve Angry Men   (5/1998)
Dr. Booker *.... Sleepwalking   (1/1998)
Juror #1.... Twelve Angry Men   (11/1997)
Heck Tate.... To Kill A Mockingbird   (10/1997)
Alonso.... The Tempest   (6/1997)
Worcester *.... The Life And Death Of King Henry IV   (5/1997)
.... Submerged   (3/1997)
Max Prince *.... Laughter On The 23rd Floor   (11/1996)
Wolf; Cinderella's Prince.... Into The Woods   (6/1996)
Petruchio *.... The Taming Of The Shrew   (5/1996)
Oscar Hubbard.... The Little Foxes   (3/1996)
Bradley *.... Four Dogs And A Bone   (1/1996)
Lord Chamberlin *.... Madrigal Dinners   (11/1995)
Lenny *.... Of Mice And Men   (11/1995)(2/1995)
Frid.... A Little Night Music   (7/1995)
Brabantio.... Othello   (6/1995)
Buckingham *.... Richard III   (5/1995)
Brutus *.... Julius Caesar   (5/1995)
Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III.... Love Letters   (1/1995)
Robert; Lee; Dr. Waxling; Nunez *.... Search And Destroy   (11/1994)
Roland Roque *.... Native Tongues 2   (7/1994)
Various *.... The Salon Story   (2/1994)
Rosencrantz.... Hamlet   (10/1993)
Bob *.... How The Other Half Loves   (8/1993)
Charlie Fox *.... Speed-The-Plow   (5/1993)
Capt. Matthew A. Markinson.... A Few Good Men   (3/1993)
Li'l Abner *.... Li'l Abner   (1/1993)
Daniel Corban *.... Catch Me If You Can   (11/1992)
Hal Carter *.... Picnic   (8/1992)
Mike Curtis *.... The Second Time Around   (6/1992)
Bob Ewell-Understudy.... To Kill A Mockingbird   (5/1992)
understudy (Bob Ewell).... To Kill A Mockingbird   (4/1992)
Julian Marsh *.... 42nd Street   (4/1992)
Daniel Corban *.... Catch Me If You Can   (1/1992)
Multiple Roles *.... Eat Your Heart Out   (11/1991)
Man 2.... Closer Than Ever   (8/1991)
Igor Sullivan *.... Cactus Flower   (6/1991)
Fran *.... Gemini   (5/1991)
Harold Hill *.... The Music Man   (12/1990)
Nathan Detroit *.... Guys And Dolls   (9/1990)
Narrator *.... Side By Side By Sondheim   (7/1990)
Dr. Sanson Carrasco/Knight of the MIrrors *.... Man Of La Mancha   (3/1990)
Defense Attorney *.... Night of January 16th   (1/1990)
Jud *.... Oklahoma!   (7/1989)
*.... The Busy Body   (4/1989)
Starbuck *.... The Rainmaker   (2/1989)
Axel Hammond *.... The Nerd   (10/1988)
Vito *.... It Had To Be You   (10/1987)
The Chancellor *.... Madrigal Dinner Theatre  
*=leading role

Offstage Credits:
Director.... There Was An Old Man From Nantucket   (6/2005)
Sound Design.... The Ginger Man   (10/1992)

Stage Awards and Nominations:
Best Actor in a Musical, "Adding Machine: A Musical, " Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, 2010
Best Supporting Actor in a Play, "Eurydice" Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, 2009
Nominated, Best Supporting Actor in a Play, Big Easy Award, 1998
Nominated, Best Supporting Actor in a Play, Storer Boone Awards, 1998
Nominated, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor in a Play, Big Easy Awards, 1996
Best Actor in a Comedy, "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" Storer Boone Awards, 1996
Best Actor in a Drama, "Of Mice and Men" Big Easy Awards, 1995
Best Actor in a Drama, "Of Mice and Men" Storer Boone Awards, 1995
Best Actor in a Drama, "Search & Destroy" Big Easy Awards, 1994
Best Supporting Actor/Drama "Search & Destroy" Storer Boone Awards. 1994

Commercial Production
Grand Prize, Cable Television Advertising Bureau- New York; Outstanding Achievement,
Creative Cable Commercial Production, Writer, Producer/Director 1990-91.
First Place, 19th Annual Armstrong Awards, New York, "Creative Use of the Medium-Radio," 1982.

Best Documentary, Press Club of N.O., "Dangerous Bonds- Gangs in New Orleans," Production Coord., 1997
President, Sigma Delta Chi/Society of Professional Journalists of Greater New Orleans, 1987.
President, Press Club of New Orleans, 1988-89.
First Place, Press Club of N.O., awards in 3 categories: General News, Series, Feature, 1987.
First Place, RTNDA Regional and Nat'l Awards, Non-deadline Radio News, "Trial of Gov. Edwin Edwards," 1986.
First Place, Sigma Delta Chi/Society of Prof. Journalists, Atlanta, Radio News Non-Deadline,
"The Trial of Gov. Edwin Edwards" 1986.
Individual Achievement Award: United Press Int'l, LA 1986.
First Place, Public Affairs Reports, Associated Press, LA, 1986
First Place, Best Radio Newscast, Press Club of N.O., 1986.

Non-stage credits:
METH Principal Maney Productions
BAD LIEUTENANT: Port of Call N.O. Principal LT Productions
EMULSION Principal Cidermill Producctions
LIVING IN TECHNICOLOR Principal Feed The Meter Productions
GHOST FACTORY Principal Criterion Films
IT’S A MIRACLE (Pax Network) Principal Tri Crown Productions
CHILD OF NEW ORLEANS (French TV) Principal Camel Productions
MADAME Le CONSUL (French TV) Principal Storm Productions
ORLEANS (series) Principal Paramount Pictures
THE BIG EASY (series) Principal Grosso-Jacobson, Inc.
PELICAN BRIEF Principal Pelican Brief, Inc.
HARD TARGET Principal S&R Productions
THE FIRE NEXT TIME Principal RHI Entertainment
CAT PEOPLE Principal Universal Pictures

NON-BROADCAST/INDUSTRIAL (V/O and On-Camera talent; Ear Prompter Available for use)
Cox Communications, US Army Corps of Engineers, United Way of New Orleans, Chevron Video, Hill-Rom Company, Cincinnati Bell, International Paper Corp,Shell Offshore, Union Camp, Firstar/Mercantile, CSX Transportation, Reily Specialty Foods, Entergy, Kroger, National D-Day Museum, Proctor & Gamble, The Whitney Nat’l Bank, Value City, Carew International, Intralox/Duralox/Laitram, The Bayer Corp. among others.

BOOKS ON TAPE: Arguing The Just War in Islam; Mutiny at Fort Jackson: The Untold Story of the Fall of New Orleans; Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten: How Hollywood & Popular Art Shape What We Know About the Civil War; Collections of Nothing; Rethink: A Business Manifesto for Cutting Costs & Boosting Innovation.