Robert Clary Bio
Robert Clary portrays Pierre Jourdan, the Parisian restaurateur and personal confidant to Brooke Logan on THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL.
Clary has enjoyed a long daytime career first appearing on CBS' THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS in 1973 and starring for eight years on Days of Our Lives as Robert LeClair.
Born in Paris, France, the youngest of sixteen children, Clary began entertaining in nightclubs at the age of twelve. Discovered singing in a club in Paris in 1947, Clary recorded a song which was well received oversees and resulted in an American hit single. This recognition brought Clary to the United States where he embarked on a multifaceted career in entertainment.
Clary is best known to television audiences as Louis LeBeau on Hogan's Heroes, which ran for six seasons and can be seen nationally and internationally in syndication.
Clary has also appeared in several major motion pictures including A New Kind of Love, with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, The Hindenburg, with George C. Scott, Ten Tall Men, New Faces and Thief of Damascus.
Clary continues to perform in nightclubs around the world and has a distinguished theatrical background appearing with Tony Randall in Around the World in Eighty Days and on Broadway in Sugar, Seventh Heaven, with Bea Arthur, and La Plume de La Tante (the musical version of Around the World in 80 Days).
Clary resides with his wife Natalie, daughter of Eddie Cantor, in Beverly Hills.