Release of his first album, "The Futurist," by Sony Classical/SBMG Records (SK 92654), and consisting of eight pop ballads written and performed by Downey, and two cover songs, "Smile," written by Charles Chaplin
, who was portrayed by Downey in the 1992 biographical film, Chaplin
(1992), and "Your Move / Give Peace A Chance" ...
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Bob Downey | Robert Downey | Robert Downey Jr
5' 8½" (1.74 m)
Did You Know?
The great thing about Saturday Night Live
(1975) was being at 30 Rockefeller Center. And having Belushi and Aykroyd's old office. And me and Michael [Anthony Michael Hall
] saying, "We want bunk beds. With NFL Sheets. And we want them now." And Michael was like "Man, it's gonna be great, we're gonna be buddies, we're gonna do a show together, we're gonna ..." Then, "I'm gonna do Out of Bounds
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.
Frequently plays egotistical but likable scoundrels