Robert Osterloh was an American actor.\nRobert Osterloh was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It was director Rudolph Maté who, in 1948, gave Osterloh his first opportunity in film, introducing him in the The Dark Past, in which he had a secondary role. Osterloh continued his career for twenty years, mainly in the '50s, playing roles in films such as Illegal Entry, One Minute to Zero, Star in the Dust and I Bury the Living. In the 1960s, however, he appeared in only a few films such as Young Dillinger and his last film, Rosemary's Baby. During this time, he also played roles in several TV series such as Bonanza in several episodes, and The Untouchables in an 1961 episode. After 1968, Osterloh left his work as an actor. He died at 82 years of age in Los Osos, California, USA.