Robert Glaudini

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Robert Edward Glaudini
ResidenceNew York City
Other namesBob Glaudini
OccupationActor, playwright, film director
Years active1971–present
Spouse(s)Nina Diane Kapler (remarried Rosen)
ChildrenLola Glaudini (b. 1971)

Robert Edward Glaudini (who goes by the name Bob Glaudini) is an American actor, playwright, director and teacher of Sicilian Italian descent, son of Alberto Glaudini and wife.


He wrote a hit off-Broadway play Jack Goes Boating which was directed by Peter DuBois and starred Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Ortiz, Daphne Rubin-Vega and Beth Cole. Press for the play was extremely positive, leading to a movie directed by Hoffman that was released in September 2010.[1] Glaudini's play Vengeance is the Lord's premiered in Boston at the Huntington Theatre Company in November 2010.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Glaudini resides in New York City. He was married to Nina Diane Kapler, remarried to a Rosen, a writer and college instructor in California, an Ashkenazi Jewish of Russian Jewish and Ukrainian Jewish ancestry, daughter of likely Leo Kapler (b. New York), son of Abraham Kapler (b. Odessa, Ukraine, then Russia) and wife Anna ... (b. Russia), and wife Rose Siegel. is the father of actress Lola Glaudini.




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