Robert Webber

Robert Webber

Highest Rated: 100% Harper (The Moving Target) (1966)

Lowest Rated: 10% The Sandpiper (1965)

Birthday: Oct 14, 1924

Birthplace: Santa Ana, California, USA

Though born in close proximity to Hollywood, Robert Webber chose to head East to launch his acting career shortly after World War II. On Broadway from 1948, Webber made his film bow in 1950's Highway 501, playing the first of many villains. His career moved in fits and starts until he was cast by director Sidney Lumet as Juror Number 12 in the 1957 filmization of Twelve Angry Men. Webber flourished in the 1960s, mostly playing outwardly charming but inwardly vicious types; who could forget his torturing of Julie Harris in Harper (1966), grinning all the while and saying lines like "I just adore inflicting pain"? A personal favorite of director Blake Edwards, Webber was given roles of a more comic nature in such Edwards films as Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978), 10 (1969), and S.O.B (1981). One of Robert Webber's better later roles was as the father of erstwhile private eye Maddie Ross (Cybill Shepherd) on the cult-favorite TV series Moonlighting.

Highest Rated Movies



35% Nuts Francis MacMillan 1987
No Score Yet Assassin Calvin Lantz 1986
No Score Yet Wild Geese 2 Robert McCann 1985
No Score Yet Getting Physical Hugh Gibley 1984
No Score Yet Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (Airport 85)(Starflight One) Felix Duncan 1983
No Score Yet Shooting Stars Actor 1983
No Score Yet Don't Go to Sleep Dr. Cole 1982
No Score Yet Who Dares Wins (The Final Option) Ira Potter 1982
33% Wrong Is Right Harvey 1982
82% S.O.B. Ben Coogan $14.9M 1981
81% Private Benjamin Clay Thornbush 1980
68% 10 Hugh 1979
No Score Yet Streets of L.A. Actor 1979
78% The Revenge of the Pink Panther Philippe Douvier 1978
78% Casey's Shadow Mike Marsh 1978
50% The Choirboys Riggs 1977
No Score Yet The French Woman (Madame Claude) Howard 1977
No Score Yet L'imprécateur (The Accuser) American 1977
No Score Yet Squadra antifurto Actor 1976
47% Midway Rear Adm. Frank J. 'Jack' Fletcher 1976
No Score Yet Flatfoot in Hong Kong Sam 1975
79% Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia Sappensly 1974
No Score Yet Murder or Mercy? Actor 1974
No Score Yet Death Stalk Hugh 1974
86% $ (Dollars) (The Heist) Attorney 1971
43% The Great White Hope Dixon 1970
No Score Yet Every Man Is My Enemy Actor 1970
No Score Yet The Big Bounce Bob Rogers 1969
No Score Yet Manon 70 Ravaggi 1968
No Score Yet Don't Make Waves Rod Prescott 1967
88% The Dirty Dozen Gen. Denton 1967
100% Harper (The Moving Target) Dwight Troy 1966
No Score Yet The Silencers Sam Gunther 1966
40% Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round Milo Stewart 1966
No Score Yet Hysteria Chris Smith 1965
10% The Sandpiper Ward Hendricks 1965
No Score Yet The Third Day Dom Guardiano 1965
No Score Yet The Stripper Ricky Powers 1963
100% 12 Angry Men (Twelve Angry Men) Juror No. 12 1957
No Score Yet Highway 301 William B. Phillips 1950
No Score Yet Soldat Duroc...Ca Va Etre La Fete Actor


No Score Yet Frayed
97% Moonlighting
Alexander Hayes Alex Hayes 1988
No Score Yet Quincy, M.E.
Dr. Chase Dr. Franklin 1979
No Score Yet The Rockford Files
Murdock Clementi Bob Coleman Coombs 1979
No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
Cooper 1974
No Score Yet Ironside
Burton Hogan 1974
No Score Yet Kojak
Lawrence 1973
No Score Yet Mission: Impossible
Charles Rogan 1972
No Score Yet The Fugitive
Guthrie 1963
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Paul Brett Harrison Fell Edward Gibson 1962


Juror #12 says: Oh, come on. Nobody can know a thing like that. This isn't an exact science.