Robert Pescovitz

Robert Pescovitz recently completed work on the feature film Bad Samaritan directed by Dean Devlin. He has guest starred on many television programs including The Librarians, Grimm, Mike and Molly, Cold Case, Without A Trace, Close to Home and Raines. He also appeared in the feature film Blood in Blood Out directed by Taylor Hackford. He has worked in regional theatres across the United States. Most recently, he was in the acting company of the Old Globe Shakespeare Festival under the direction of Adrian Noble; former artistic of the Royal Shakespeare Company. In Los Angeles, he was a founding member of A Noise Within Theatre and was an ensemble member of Furious Theatre Company. His Furious Theatre Company credits include: Pa in the World Premiere of Canned Peaches in Syrup by Alex Jones and The Godbotherers by Richard Bean. Both of which were directed by Dámaso Rodríguez. For L.A. Theatre Works he appeared as Pa Joad in Frank Galati's adaptation of The Grapes of Wrath opposite Shirley Knight and Jeffrey Donovan, Gods Man in Texas by David Rambo and in the national tour of The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial; all of which continue to be broadcast on National Public Radio. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and The American Conservatory Theatre MFA program. Robert is a recipient of a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Lead Performance.