Robert Redford whose real name is Charles Robert Redford Jr. Is known to be an American movie star as well as a director and a producer who was born on August 18, 1936 in Santa Monica California in the United States. According to the sources, he has received several awards to his credit over the years including an Academy Award, a British Academy Award, Two Golden Globe Awards and so on.
His career especially his television career commenced when he made an appearance on stage in the year 1950s, which included a Twilight appearance in the year 1962. He again chopped a success which favored him with a lot of Emmy Award nominations in the category of Best Supporting Actor.
Aside his television career, he started his movie career in earnest and came out with his first movie “War Hunt” in the year 1962. He earned a Golden Globe Award to that effect which was dubbed best New star. He became a well known and popular with that effect.
When it comes to his directing career, he began in the year 1980s where he assumed the directorship role alongside with Ordinary People. Ordinary people are now being regarded as.
What Disease Does Robert Redford Have?
According to his IMDb biography, he was identified as having a rare autoimmune condition called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, which affects the liver.