Robert Benevides Biography
Robert Benevides (Born on February 9, 1930) is Popularly known for being the Partner of the famous Canadian-American actor Raymond Burr.
Robert Co-founded and worked as a creative consultant for Raymond Burr’s production company, Harbour-UTV Productions.
He was born in Visalia, California, United States.
Robert Benevides Wikipedia
Name: Robert Benevides
Birth Name: Robert Lee Beneveds
Birthday: February 9, 1930
Height: 5 feet 10 inches
Spouse(s): Raymond Burr
Robert Benevides is known to be an Actor and Producer. He is known for The Out Limits (1963), Ironside (1967), and Kingston: Confidential (1976).
He also Starred in several films and television shows, including “West Point,” “Navy Log,” “Official Detective,” “The Lineup,” and others.
Raymond Burr and Robert Benevides
Robert Benevides was involved in a relationship with his gay partner Raymond Burr, real name William Raymond Stacy Burr. Raymond has gained a reputation for himself as a Canadian-American actor best known for his long Hollywood film career.
He advanced his career by showing up in television dramas such as “Perry Mason” and “Ironside.” It was challenging for them to face society after discovering they were gay. Moreover, in the television show “Perry Mason,” Robert Benevides and Raymond Burr met for the first time.
After they met, they became friends, and after a while, they fell in love with each other and started dating in 1960. They lived together until Raymond passed away on 12 Sept 1993. He died at the age of 76.
Before their romantic relationship, Raymond was married to Isabella Ward (m.1948).
Raymond first met Isabella in 1943 at Pasadena Playhouse. As of then, Raymond burr was a teacher while Isabella was a student and in 1948, they married.
Robert Benevides Net Worth
Robert Benevides net worth is estimated to be $5 Million.
Who did Perry Mason leave his money to?
He willed his entire estate to Benevides
Robert Benevides Age
Robert Benevides is 92years as of 2022.
Is Robert Benevides Still Alive?
Robert Benevides is still very much Live. He told Passport magazine in 2019 that he had retired from acting after speaking with Burr. He didn’t think he was cut out for the job, so his partner assisted him in pursuing a career as a producer.
“Raymond told me, ‘You’ve been doing production stuff for me already. You’ve been working on my scripts, you’ve been doing it all, why don’t you just go into the production side?’ So we set up an office in Universal City and I was a producer from then on,” Benevides said.