Robert Easton (November 23, 1930 – December 16, 2011) was a working actor and dialog coach in Hollywood for over 50 years. He appeared in the experiments The Giant Spider Invasion (#810) and The Touch of Satan (#908).

Easton played the Klingon Judge in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, which later became a RiffTrax presentation.

Easton also provided voices for the KTMA season episode Invaders from the Deep.

Easton was particularly well known for his vocal talents and was often called ""The Man of a Thousand Voices". In his later years he was a highly sought after dialog and accent coach, gaining the nickname of the “Henry Higgins of Hollywood.” He worked with thousands of actors including major stars like John Travolta and Forest Whitaker.

Easton also studied words and stories throughout his life, leaving behind a collection of over 100,000 books about language and dialect collected from throughout the world.


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