Robert Foxworth is best known for his role as "Chase Gioberti" in the American prime-time television soap opera Falcon Crest from 1981 to 1987. The 79-year-old Houston native started his acting career at Houston's Alley Theatre as a young apprentice, and it was in 1970 when he appeared on screen for the first time as "David Hansen" in the American legal drama The Storefront Lawyers.
Where is Robert Foxworth today?
His career includes appearances in more than 50 productions. Before joining the cast of Falcon Crest he worked on Hawaii Five-0, The Questor Tapes, Barnaby Jones, and Invisible Stranger, among others. He left Falcon Crest at the end of the sixth season because he wanted to take a sabbatical year, and after doing so, he wanted to return to the series but the producers couldn't work out a deal.
However, in the 1990's he worked on different projects like Babylon 5, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Law & Order -where he appeared from 1997 to 2003-, and Six Feet Under, among other television series. In the mid-2000's he played the role of "Senator George Montgomery" in The West Wing, and most recently he voiced the Autobot "Ratchet" in the 2007 film Transformers and its sequels Revenge of the Fallen (2009), Dark of the Moon (2011), and Age of Extinction (2014).
Falcon Crest's "Chase Gioberti" is happily married
Robert Foxworth was married from 1964 to 1974 to Marilyn McCormick; together they had two children. The actor was also married to actress Elizabeth Montgomery from 1993 until her death in 1995; she was best known for her appearance in Bewitched and passed away after losing a battle against cancer. Foxworth later married Stacey Thomas in 1998; they are still together!