Starbucks and Robert Davi

Posted: May 21, 2013 in Daily life
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I bumped into Robert Davi yesterday at the Starbucks by my house in Northridge, CA While standing in line to get my tall, iced, decaf, with room, Americana.  He was one of the speakers at the Memorial at the National Cemetery in Westwood, CA.  My son, SSG Darrell Griffin, Jr is buried there. A super-nice guy.

Here is Robert’s bio from imdb.com

From his portrayal of James Bond villain Franz Sanchez to FBI profiler Bailey Malone in “Profiler” (1996), Robert Davi is one of the film industry’s most recognized tough guys, whether on the big screen or on television. His tough exterior masks a powerful inner sensitivity, which he calls upon for his most notorious roles. A stickler for research, Davi contacted Quantico and arranged to meet Bill Hagenmeyer, the real-life FBI profiler. Davi received critical acclaim within the industry for his provocative and smoldering portrayal of Bailey Malone. The show, currently in syndication, struck a chord with audiences, paving the way for such shows as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2000), “Without a Trace” (2002), “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” (2001) and many others.

Robert Davi

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