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Love & Distrust
Rob (segment: "Auto Motives" by Lorraine Bracco)
Tony Stark (voice)
Nick Penrose (segment "Equilibrium")
Charles Spencer Chaplin
Jimmy Parker (as Robert Downey)
Puppy (as Bob Downey)
Release of his first album, "The Futurist," by Sony Classical/SBMG Records (SK 92654), and consisting of eight pop ballads written and performed by Downey, and two cover songs, "Smile," written by Charles Chaplin
, who was portrayed by Downey in the 1992 biographical film, Chaplin
(1992), and "Your Move / Give Peace A Chance" ...
2 Print Biographies |
10 Interviews |
27 Articles |
8 Pictorials |
26 Magazine Cover Photos |
Bob Downey | Robert Downey | Robert Downey Jr
5' 8½" (1.74 m)
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I'm not used to feeling like I belong where I am.
(November 25, 2000) Downey re-arrested on drugs and weapons charges in Palm Springs, California, at the luxurious Merv Griffin
resort, after an anonymous tip to police. Downey was found alone, with cocaine and methamphetamines. He cooperated with police, spent the night in jail, and was released the next morning on $15,000.00 bail. Downey had been on a career upswing with his successful stint on
Sarcastic humorous deliveries while remaining completely stonefaced
Legendary sword choreographer Tim Weske teaches our "IMDb Show" Jedis the basics of lightsaber combat. Plus, we break down the origins of some iconic Star Wars creatures.