Robert Beltran Filmography
Eating Raoul (1982) - Starring as Raoul Mendoza
| The Blands are a couple living in swinging Los Angeles, with their ultra-conservative ways, they find it hard to live life in the midst of completely obnoxious swinging bachelors. But one incident leaves one of them dead, with a wallet full of cash. The birth of a scheme comes to light when they decide to off the swingers in their apartment with the use of a frying pan to the head. But fate intervenes when they meet a cat burglar named Raoul, who devises a plan for them to dispose of the bodies. But things take a turn for the worst when people become untrustworthy leaving one of them for dead.|
|Lone Wolf McQuade (1983) - Starring as Kayo|
| J.J. McQuade (Chuck Norris) is a Texas Ranger who doesn't exactly follow the rules, is unruly, and prefers to work alone, which earns the nickname, Lone Wolf McQuade. When he discovers some criminals have automatic weapons, and that they were stolen from the military, he tries to handle it on his own, as usual, but in the end, an old friend, and a prisoner, whom he was keeping under wraps, are killed. He is then relieved of duty. But then an FBI agent, who also wants to get these guys, offers to help McQuade, and along with a rookie, they track down the mastermind.|
|Night of the Comet (1984) - Starring as Hector|
| Hector is a truck driver that survived the comet by spending the night in the back of his truck with a girl. He meets two sisters at a radio station where they remain for awhile until a think tank organization tries to kill the sisters for their blood. Hector helps to free the older sister from the think tank. He ends up with the older sister and a couple of kids that were also rescued from the think tank.|
|Street Hawk (1985) (TV) - Starring as Marty Walsh in "Pilot Episode"|
| Jessie Mach is a test pilot for the Street Hawk, an advanced motorcycle that carried tremendous firepower and capable of speeds of over 300 MPH while in a city with little risk of collisions. With Tuttle the computer technician at the command center, and seeing everything through the camera in the helmet, the city has the additional protection of the mysterious superhero known as Streethawk. |
|Bugsy (1991) - Starring as Alejandro|
This is the true story of legendary New York mobster Benjamin Siegel. Bugsy (Warren Beatty) as he is known, is drawn to Hollywood, spending his time on movie lots and at extravaganzas, contemplating his own potential stardom. Bugsy falls hard for actress Virginia Hill (Annette Bening), and he dreams of building a world-class casino. Together Bugsy and Virginia--with backing from the mob--start building The Flamingo hotel and casino, hoping that legal gambling and five-star entertainment will entice the masses and rake in big bucks.
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1994) (TV) - Starring as Fuentes in "Fly Hard"
With the unknowing help of Lois Lane (Teri Hatcher), Clark Kent (Dean Cain) fights crime in and around Metropolis. The rest of the cast includes Perry White, the chief editor, Catherine Grant (Tracy Scoggins), cub reporter Jimmy Olsen and arch villain Lex Luthor.
In this episode, a group of terrorists take Clark, Lois, Perry, Jimmy, Jack and Lex hostage in the Daily Planet and Clark is not able do anything with his Superman powers or the others will figure out his secret identity.
|Nixon (1995) - Starring as Frank Sturgis, Watergate Burglar|
| The story of Richard M. Nixon (Anthony Hopkins), former president of the United States whose presidency ended in disgrace. The only US president ever to resign his office to avoid being impeached. The film begins with the Watergate burglary which began his downfall and jumps around in time a great deal.|
|CSI: Miami (2003) (TV) - Starring as Judge Ojeda in "Tinder Box"|
| Horatio Caine (David Caruso), a former homicide detective, heads a group of investigators who work crimes amid the steamy, tropical surroundings and cultural crossroads of Miami. Together, these investigators collect and analyze the evidence to solve the crimes and to vindicate those who often cannot speak for themselves -- the victims. |
In this episode, a crowded nightclub burns down, leaving many injured and dead. The ensuing investigation leads the detectives to suspect that the fire is not an accident.
|Roddenberry on Patrol (2003) - Starring as Shirtless Man|
This story takes a funny look at a time when Gene Roddenberry was working in Los Angeles in the late 60's as a motorcycle cop, writing part time for TV westerns, and pitching the Star Trek series concept. The story takes place over the period of a week or so as Roddenberry encounters several personaltiies, sights and sounds that eventually become part of the orginal series lore.
|Manticore (2005) (TV) - Starring as Sergeant Baxter|
| During Operation Iraqi Freedom, a US Army Squad is sent to a small Iraqi town to locate a missing news crew, only to find the residents of the town dead and a living Weapon of Mass Destruction, a Manticore, awaken from it's long slumber by a terrorist leader wanting to rid his land of the American invaders at any price. |
|Fire Serpent (2007) (TV) - Starring as Cooke|
| A massive fireball strikes Earth and unleashes a horrific fire demon, forcing fire fighters and federal agents to team up in hopes of destroying the menacing beast.|
|Medium (2007) (TV) - Starring as Father Armando Avilar in "Whatever Possessed You"|
| Allison Dubois (Patricia Arquette) works in the Phoenix District Attorney's office. She uses her psychic abilities to crack cases when her dreams give her clues, and she touches someone. Allison also has a role as wife and mother of three children, including a daughter who seems to be developing similar powers. |
In this episode, one of Devalos' childhood friends dies, and Allison has her suspicions about the cause. Elsewhere, Joe puts in for a government project but a polygraph creates some issues.