Robert-Conrad-Obituary

Robert Conrad

Mar 1, 1935 – Feb 8, 2020 (Age 84)

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BORN
March 1, 1935
DIED
February 8, 2020
AGE
84

Obituary

Robert Conrad was an actor best known for his starring role as Secret Service agent James West on the 1960s TV show "The Wild Wild West." For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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RIP Robert Such a joy to watch Bob on tv WWW reruns were essential viewing for getting through those dreary high school years I could escape into the exciting lives of James and Artemus taught me to live out my own adventures and I have ever since! God bless you Bob. Dr. MK Wayte

Wild Wild West was my favorite show of all time & was & still is the greatest action & unique setting show on TV. The Characters of Jim West & Artemus Gordon were perfectly paired, each with their own personalities & skills.

I remember during the entire time the show was broadcast, I wouldn't agree to go out on a date until after the show aired. I also liked Conrad in the Hawaiian Eye series and early beach movies like Palm Springs Weekend & the snazzy...

My condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Robert Conrad. He was a kind man, a great actor, and most importantly, he was a great dad. He made a lot of people feel special, whether in the arts through acting, or with family, friends, and fans. He was there to help others whenever he could. He was not afraid of work. He was definitely not afraid to work. He was a mans man, for sure. Many women adored him and wanted to be with him. Many men admired him and wanted to be like him. I know that...

Mr. Conrad was one of my favorite actors and I always enjoyed watching Hawaiian Eye and of cou4se a Wild, Wild West. May you Rest In Peace sir. God bless you.

I've watched Mr Conrad for many years and loved his work. please accept my condolences. May God continue to watch over the family.

I had the pleasure of meeting Robert, his wife, children and mother in law when they visited Point Clear, Alabama in the mid 1990s. He was gracious enough to allow me to take photos and I cherish those photos to this day.

To all of Robert's children,
I'm very sorry and saddened to hear about your Dad.
I loved watching the wild wild west shows...I even purchased the DVD's of all the seasons.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sincerely,
Dana

Hey Bob, Remember me? I am the 18 yr. old, at the time, in 1967 who scaled over your gate on Petit Av. Encino so eager to finally meet you in person. Actually, we made plans to meet at CBS by talking via phone and me writing letters from Boston where I was living at the time. You were still on vacation in Hawaii at the time, guess I got a bit overzealous . The intent was to help me become an actor and mentor me along the way. We spent lots of time together on the set along...

As a sick child in the late sixties the TV became a good friend and the Wild Wild West was an important part of that. RIP to the Conrad family and his friends around the world