Peter McRobbie (born 31 January 1943) is a Scottish-born, American-based character actor.
McRobbie has more than 60
movies and television series to his credit. The movies include , Spider-Man 2 , World Trade Center , and Sleepers . He is also recurring on the TV series Bullets over Broadway and the original Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series. It was on these two shows that McRobbie has played perhaps his most famous role to date, Judge Walter Bradley. McRobbie also garnered wide attention for his portrayal of John C. Twist in the motion picture Law & Order (2005). Brokeback Mountain
George H. Pendleton in (2012) as Lincoln's most virulent and snarling opponent in the House of Representatives in relation to the constitutional amendment outlawing slavery. He also appears in the film Lincoln, . Inherent Vice
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McRobbie was born in
Hawick, Borders, Scotland, the son of Mary Fleming ( née Heigh), a writer, and William McRobbie, a storekeeper. McRobbie, who immigrated to the United States with his family as a child, grew up in [1 ] Milford, Connecticut and graduated from Yale University with a degree in theater. He also briefly served in the United States Army. McRobbie is married to Charlotte and the father of two sons, Oliver and Andrew.
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