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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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

Mr.Conrad will be missed. I loved him in Wild,Wild West. Prayers for the family.

God bless...

Mr. Conrad was a handsome, talented gentleman. RIP and thanks for the great work. I started my day before school each morning with an episode, then off to the bus. It was a good way to start one's day. My condolences to his family and friends.

Mr Conrad was one of my favorite actors. Sending prayers for his love ones and family. As a kid I got to see him at a coliseum in Waco, tx. He rode around to touch the kids in attendance hands. Just as I stuck out my hand he missed mine and he touched my sister's. I shouted at him, "Hey come back here" and he snapped his head to see who said it. That was consultation enough for me. Will always remember his Beautiful eyes and handsome looks.

Great Family show the Wild Wild West, The whole family was glued to that TV set every Friday night at 8pm. That show had something for everybody My mother , father and brother just loved it as I did and we had a family conversation about the different villains. My favorite: Agnes Morehead in The "Vicious Valentine "and of course Dr. Migelito Loveless. Conrad could play any character from serious drama to comedy. RIP

I consider myself very lucky to be able to shake his hand in about 1984 in Newhall when he was kind enough to come out for a small town to honor him by putting a star in our little sidewalk here. I was always his fan since he did wild wild west. He had a magnetic personality and was very handsome, just a perfect combination to make a show a success. Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends
Love always never forgotten
Mel

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