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Robert Guillaume Net Worth

Robert Guillaume Net Worth

Net Worth: $5 Million

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  • Age 85 years old
  • Birth Place St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
  • Full Name Robert Peter Williams
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth November 30, 1927
  • Occupation Actor
  • Education Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis University
  • Children 2
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About Robert Guillaume

The net worth of Robert Guillaume is $5 million dollars. He is an American television and stage actor. He is best known for his role on the TV series Soap as Benson. He gave his voice to the mandrill Rafiki in the Lion King. He also voiced Isaac Jaffe on Sports Night. He has had a fruitful career for 50 plus years. Robert Guillaume is also widely acclaimed for his performances on the stage. In fact, it got him a nomination for the Tony awards. Guillaume has also worked for television and movies. His work in the television industry fetched him two Emmy Awards.

Robert Guillaume was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also known as Robert Peter Williams. He passed out from Washington University and St. Louis University. Before he joined acting, he was serving in the U.S Army. However he left the army soon enough so that he could pursue acting for a full time. He did a number of local shows in Cleveland and Ohio and got a job for the international tour of “Free and Easy”. In the year 1961, Robert got his first role on Broadway. The show was Kwamina. He had a very successful Broadway career. Robert performed the main roles in productions such as Tambourines to Glory, Guys and Dolls, and Jaques Brel. For Guys and Dolls he received a Tony nomination.

He is well known for his work in series such as “The Jeffersons”, “Good Times”, and “The French Prince of Bel-Air”. He won an Outstanding Supporting Actor-Comedy series primetime Emmy Award in the year 1979 for his role in the series Soap. He also won an outstanding lead comedy actor Emmy Award in the year 1985 for Benson.