SAG / AFTRA actor.
Trained at The Stella Adler Conservatory, The Ron Burrus Studio, Marjorie Ballentine, John Swanbeck, Robert Easton, Vincent Chase, Margie Haber Studios / Courtney Burr, and with The Groundlings.
Featured on Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood and Extra. With print mentions in Variety, Salon, The Hollywood Reporter, Vanity Fair, People Magazine, Rolling Stone, The New York Post and USA Today.
Appeared as a guest on many radio shows including The Howard Stern Show, Kevin and Bean, and Loveline.
After the untimely passing of his father (actor Bob Crane) Robert and his mother moved to Seattle.
Crane opened the legendary "grunge" - era Seattle recording studio, Soundhouse Recording.
He Produced Five of the Ten songs on the OSCAR Winning and GRAMMY Nominated JUNO Soundtrack, as well as the GRAMMY nominated first comedy album by David Cross (ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT / MR. SHOW).
Robert was Elected Governor to The GRAMMY Committee.
Lead Actor for Five years on the nationally syndicated and Peabody Nominated Radio Theater program, “Shaken, Not Stirred.” Crane also co-hosted (with Jonathan Evison) "Shaken, Not Stirred," and the daily talk radio show "The Johnny and Scotty" broadcast on Seattle's KQBZ- 100.7 FM.
Crane just finished filming a strong supporting role in the Feature Film UNDATEABLE JOHN with Daryl Hannah, Estella Warren, Joan Jett, Tom Arnold, and John Philbin and Directed by Demian Lichtenstein (3000 Miles to Graceland).
Robert is now cast as Norman Mailer in Matthew David Wilder’s upcoming Feature Film, INFERNO: A LINDA LOVELACE STORY. Starring Malin Ackerman, Paz de la Huerta and Matt Dillon. The film is being produced by MUSE Productions (SPUN, AMERICAN PSYCHO, THE VIRGIN SUICIDES, etc.)
Robert is also set to play Jimbo Kent in MENEHUNE (starring John Cusak as David Kent - Jimbo's brother) - shooting in the Spring of 2015.
You can also look for him as FAB'S DAD on the hit new ABC's series - MIXOLOGY - directed by Michael McDonald (MAD TV).
Outside of acting . . .
a Grammy Nominated Record Producer, and the self-anointed “Best Dad in the World.”