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Robert Downey Jr.
Birthday: April 4, 1965
Place: New York, New York, USA
Height: 5' 9"
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Robert John Downey Jr. was born in Greenwich Village, New York City at 1.10 pm. He's the son of underground filmmaker Robert Downey Sr.. His first part in a movie was in his father's Pound (1970), where 5-year-old Downey played a puppy. When he was 20 years old, he joined "Saturday Night Live" (1975) for one season. After that, he went to Hollywood. In 1987, he got the leading role in director James Toback's film The Pick-up Artist (1987), where he was up against Molly Ringwald. The same year, he played drug addict Julian Wells in the movie Less Than Zero (1987). In 1992, he played Charles Chaplin in Sir Richard Attenborough's film Chaplin (1992). For his astonishing performance, he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. In the year 2000, guest starred in the comedy series "Ally McBeal" (1997), where he portrayed the attorney Larry Paul, who became Ally's love interest. For that performance, he won the Golden Globe for "best supporting actor in a comedy series". On "Ally McBeal" (1997), Downey got to show he can sing as well as act when he sang Joni Mitchell's "River", "Chances Are" as a duet with Vonda Shepard, and also "Every Breath You Take" together with Sting. He released one song of his own, "Snakes", on the "Ally McBeal" (1997) album "For Once In My Life", and a full album of his work titled "The Futurist" in 2005.
- Released from prison on ,000 bail. [2 August 2000]
- Released from jail to complete his six-month jail sentence at a drug rehabilitation center. Downey caused a stir when he was freed to work on a movie. [31 March 1998]
- He got into fight with another inmate at the Los Angeles County Jail where he was serving time for a probation violation, and was treated for a cut over his nose. [13 February 1998]
- Jailed for 180 days for violating probation. [December 1997]
- Probation revoked after continued drug use. [17 October 1997]
- Remanded to a secure drug rehabilitation center. [August 1996]
- During traffic stop for speeding, he was arrested for drunk driving, possession of heroin, and possession of an unloaded pistol in his pickup truck. This was his first reported brush with the law at age 31. He was given a suspended prison sentence of 3 years, and granted probation with requirements of random drug testing and drug counselling. [August 1996]
- Names Peter O'Toole as his favorite actor.
- Lived with Sarah Jessica Parker for 7 years during the 1980s.
- Son of Robert Downey Sr..
- Son Indio, with his first wife Deborah Falconer, was born on September 7th 1993.
- Attended Stagedoor Manor.
- Sent to a rehab center at the L.A. County jail while waiting for an August 5 hearing. [22 June 1999]
- Went to Santa Monica High School, but dropped out when he was 17.
- Claims that his father is the one who introduced him to drugs, by offering him a marijuana joint when he was 8.
- While drunk, he wandered into a neighbors Malibu home that he thought was his own, and fell asleep on the bed. He was arrested for being under the influence of drugs which was a 3rd violation of his probation.
- He took daily drug tests during the filming of Two Girls and a Guy (1997).
- Once worked as a piece of living art in a Soho nightclub in New York City.
- After 3 violations of "probation" for drug and alcohol abuse in a three year span of time since he was spared a prison sentence and placed on probation, Malibu Judge Lawrence Mira stated that he was out of options and that he was sentencing Downey to prison to save his life because Downey would not take the responsibility of refraining from alcohol and drug use on his own. The Judge invoked the 3 years sentence in state prison that had been suspended in 1996. Downey, Dept of Corrections # P50522, spent 2 weeks in a state prison Reception Center at Wasco, California for orientation, and on 8/25/99 he was transferred to a Dept of Corrections prison named "SATF" (Substance Abuse Treatment Facility) for drug dependent prisoners in Corcoran California. Scheduled release date: 11/2/2000. SATF is across the street from the other Corcoran Prison where inmates were shot to death on the exercise yard during fights in the 1990's. Downey's lawyers have approached the Malibu judge several times in the last 11 months to request Downey's release, but the Judge has refused. [6 August 1999]
- Downey's lawyers petitioned the State Court of Appeals in Los Angeles stating that Downey has already served enough time because the Malibu judge made errors in calculating his sentence by failing to give him credit for the several times Downey spent in lockdown rehab units and pre-sentencing confinement. Lawyers claim he should have been released in February, 2000.
- During his days of drug addiction, Robert once wandered into a stranger's house and passed out on a child's bed.
- 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 methamphetimines. He cooperated with police, spent the night in jail, and was released the next morning on ,000.00 bail. Downey had been on a career upswing with his successful stint on "Ally McBeal" (1997), and his upcoming stage performance as Hamlet, set for January, 2001 in Los Angeles, to be directed by his friend, Mel Gibson. [25 November 2000]
- Arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance in Los Angeles after he was found wandering in an alley. He was fired from the TV series "Ally McBeal" (1997) by producer David E. Kelley after the arrest. [24 April 2001]
- Downey's attorneys advised the judge that they could not reach a plea bargain in his November 2000 drug arrest. [15 March 2001]
- Downey pleaded not guilty to the November 2000 drug charges. Next hearing will be on July 16. He is being held in a drug rehab center until his case is decided. [24 May 2001]
- Downey pleaded no contest to drug charges. The judge sentenced him to remain in rehabilitation for one year and to three years probation. [16 July 2001]
- Parents divorced when he was 11.
- Kept a lot of the authentic vintage clothing he wore in the movie Chaplin (1992).
- In a symbolic attempt to "bury" his decadent 1980's brat pack image and begin a new phase of his life and career after filming Chaplin (1992) in 1991, he (literally) buried the clothes he wore in 1987's Less Than Zero (1987) in the back yard of his house.
- As a result of his father's work (Robert Downey Sr. was (and is) an independent filmmaker), Downey the younger spent a great deal of his childhood on the move. He lived at various points in Connecticut, New York, California, London, Paris, and Woodstock.
- At the age of 10, while living in London, Robert attended the Perry House School in Chelsea and studied classical ballet.
- Married his first wife after dating her for only 42 days.
- Dropped out of high school at age 17 and moved to New York to become an actor. First jobs in the city included bussing tables at Central Falls restaurant, working in a shoestore, and performing as "living art" at the notorious underground club Area.
- Downey enjoyed working with the director of the Elton John music video (contemporary artist Sam Taylor Wood) so much that he suggested they work together again on an art piece. The result was an art video called "Pietà", made in the manner of Michelangelo's famous religious pietà in Rome. It can be seen as a part of Sam Taylor Wood's exhibition "Mute" at the White Cube 2 art gallery in London, November 23 to January 12, 2002.
- Starred in Elton John's music video for the song "I Want Love." Downey was let out of rehab for one day in late July specifically to shoot the video (which was filmed in one long continuous take at Greystone Manor in Beverley Hills.) It was Downey's first work since being fired from the TV show "Ally McBeal" (1997) in April 2001.
- Starred briefly with his first wife Deborah Falconer in the 1992 Robert Altman movie Short Cuts (1993).
- Childhood friend of Moby.
- He married his second wife, the Gothika (2003) producer Susan Levin at Amagansett, New York on 27th August 2005..
- Was approached to do the part as Zaphod Beeblebrox in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005).
- He's the first regular cast member of "Saturday Night Live" (1975)to be nominated for an Academy Award in the category "Best Actor in a Leading Role". Joan Cusack and Dan Aykroyd were also nominated for Academy Awards some years before Robert, but both of them were nominated for supporting actor/actress.
- Was in attendance at Chris Penn's funeral
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