Robert Beltran Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Parents, Wife, Siblings, Children, Height, Movies, Salary and Net Worth

Robert Adame Beltran is an American actor, known for his role as Commander Chakotay on the 1990s television series Star Trek: Voyager. He is also known for

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Robert Adame Beltran is an American actor, known for his role as Commander Chakotay on the 1990s television series Star Trek: Voyager.

Robert Beltran

Robert Beltran Biography

He is also known for stage acting in California, and for playing Raoul Mendoza in the 1982 black comedy film Eating Raoul. You can also look for Michael Dorn

Robert Beltran Age

Robert was born on 19th, November 1953, Bakersfield, California, U.S.A. He holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.

Robert Beltran Family

Robert is the son of Aurelia and Luis Beltran Perez, Mexican-American immigrants.

Robert Beltran Siblings

Robert is not the only child from his parents, in fact, he is the seventh child out of ten. Robert has a huge family of twelve members and has nine siblings in total. One of his siblings, Louie Cruz Beltran is a legendary Latin Jazz Musician.

Robert Beltran Wife

Robert is reportedly a married man. Although he is yet to reveal information about his wife, he married her in 2010.

Recently, Robert had a reunion with his former co-stars of the show Star Trek in Los Angeles, and at the show, Robert’s daughter was the catch of the eye to all the people who attended the show and joined her dad on the stage while giving a speech. Marlena ran towards the stage and hugged her dad tightly. His daughter appearance made everyone present very emotional, and it was an adorable moment shared by father and the daughter.

Robert Beltran Children/ Daughter

He has a daughter named Marlena Beltran. He loves his daughter very much and often tweets about her on his Twitter.

Robert Beltran Height

Robert stands tall at an estimated height of 1.83 m.

Robert Beltran Salary/ Net Worth

Robert Beltran summons his net worth by working as an American actor. His exact net value has not got revealed yet. However from the standard payment made to movie actors in the United States Of America, which is $15 million to $20 million for top stars, $1.5 million to $4.5 million for side artist and $150,000 to $300,000 to unpopular actors, he earns enough money to live a lavish and wealthy lifestyle from his profession, which he loves very much.

Robert Beltran  Acting 

Beltran graduated from California State University, Fresno with a degree in Theater Arts and moved to Los Angeles to begin his acting career. He had his first film role in Zoot Suit in 1981, but his breakthrough came in 1982 when he played the major supporting role of Raoul in the film Eating Raoul. Beltran also had a supporting role as Chuck Norris’ partner, Deputy Kayo in Lone Wolf McQuade in 1983 (this film was also the basis for the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger starring Chuck Norris). He was in the 1984 TV movie The Mystic Warriors the Native American “Ahbleza” and starred as Hector in 1984’s Night of the Comet.

He played Commander Chakotay, first officer of the starship Voyager, in the science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager from 1995 to 2001. During this time, he won the Nosotros Golden Eagle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Television Series in 1997. He was nominated in 1996 for the NCLR Bravo Award for Outstanding Television Series Actor in a Crossover Role, and the ALMA Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Television Series in a Crossover Role in 1998 and 1999.

Beltran founded and co-directed the East LA Classic Theater Group. He is also a member of the Classical Theater Lab, an ensemble of professional actors who co-produced his production of Hamlet in 1997, which he directed and starred in.

Since at least 2003, Beltran has collaborated with amateur actors in performing plays and scenes of plays of William Shakespeare; he produced and starred in a Los Angeles production of “The Big Knife” by Clifford Odets, a play which explores the Hollywood environment under the big studio system of the 1940s.

In May 2009, Beltran played the dual roles of Don Fermin and Older Eusebio in the American Conservatory Theaters staging of José Rivera’s Boleros for the Disenchanted. He had a recurring supporting role of Jerry Flute in Seasons 3 and 4 of HBO’s Big Love.

Robert Beltran  Recordings

Latino Poetry Excerpts from a live performance by Beltran recorded at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, April 2002.

Robert Beltran  Movies

  • Night of the Comet
  • Eating Raoul
  • Lone Wolf McQuade
  • Zoot Suit
  • Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills
  • Bugsy
  • Gaby: A True Story
  • The Mystic Warrior
  • Slam Dance
  • Fire Serpent
  • Shadowhunter
  • To Die Standing
  • Kiss Me a Killer
  • El Diablo
  • Calendar Girl Murders

Robert Beltran  Awards

  • NCLR Bravo Award-1996
  • Nosotros Golden Eagle Award-1997
  • Alma award-1998
  • Alma Award-1999