Film - Television - Commercials - Photo Shoots

Robert can be hired as an Actor (Background & Tertiary roles) for Film, Television, Commercials, Music Videos, PSA's, Documentaries, Webisodes and as a model for Photo Shoots. With access to thousands of costumes and outfits curtesy of WATTS Costume Rentals, Robert can accommodate most costume and wardrobe requests.


  • 8 years of live resort stage performance
  • 17 Years as a Character Actor for Corporate & Special Events
  • Halloween Scare Actor
  • 15 years Film & TV crew
  • Set Etiquette

Stage - Film-Television - Model:

Robert has performed on stage in Los Angeles in a Play Called "Polo Lounge", was the "Yellow Clown" in a Disney Educational video shown at the Epcot Center, has performed nightly in live shows for international vacation resorts, and has created and performed characters for corporate and seasonal events and has modeled for Photographers.

 Eyes:  Brown
 Hair:  Salt and Pepper
 Age:  Low 60`s
 Height:  5’8″
 Suit:  48
 Sleeve:  19.5″
 Neck: 18"
 Weight:  215 lbs

Current Look as of December 2019


Facial Hair Looks 2019



Harambe of the Week (2019)

Director: Adam Uttly
Role: Newsie the Clown






 Photorapher: Richard Paris

 Role: Old Metal Musician






 Episode: 1 "Spark"
 Directed by: Gary B. Goldman
 Written by:
Matthew Carnahan
 Role: Motel Desk Guy




A 6 episode miniseries docudrama for National Geographic and STX Television.





 I DARE YOU (2015)
 Directed by: Alex Hodgson
 Written by: Edward kay

 Role:(Featured BG) Lighter Man



A Canadian short film presented exclusively at the Marché du Film at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival




 A JOB (2013)
 Directed by: Brendan Mayer
 Written by: Brendan Mayer
 Role: Homeless Man




 FLASH GORDEN (2007-2008)
 ROLE: Bartender




 Would You Eat A Blue Potato
( 1987)
 Disney Educational
 Produced by: Bill Scollon
 Role: Yellow Clown

 (In the Blue World I am the
 center clown, in the Red
 World I fall into frame from
 the left.)


About Robert Barton

“Just as important was the persona that you created and your excellent rapport with the audience, I would venture to say that not a single person there left without a photograph taken of you. You were certainly the hit of the evening.”
- Maxine Nippard, Siegel Entertainment