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Personal Data

Aliases : FUBAR (Futuristic Uranium Bio Atomic Robot), Charmer in Armor,
Ol' Red Eyes, Robot Redford, the Bucket of Bolts

Height: 5' 8    Weight: 599 lbs  Eyes: Red

Suit size: 99, Extra squat  Allergies to medication: none

Air Travel: 175,000 miles  Highway Travel: 1,640,000 miles

Live Performances : 14,321 Number of humans met: 11,160,502

Education: Master's Degree, Marketing; Solid State University

Travel History: United States, Canada, Mexico, England, France, Germany, Puerto Rico & United Arab Emirates

Little Known Foobie Facts

1979 - FUBAR first appeared at Wyoming Valley Mall in Wilkes Barre, PA. on February 17, 1979.  He claimed to have come to Earth from the planet Cragzot in the star system of Betelgeuse where he allegedly "built himself".  His story is unconfirmed to this day.

1979 - In December, FUBAR aka Foobie became the first robotic Presidential Candidate when he held a press conference at the National Press Building in Washington DC.  AP and UPI wire stories were published by newspapers around the world.  FUBAR mysteriously withdrew from the race in early November 1980. FUBAR stated he was "leaving the race to the other three robots", not to mention leaving millions of voters undecided on the eve of the election.

1980 - On July 14, FUBAR D. Robot became the first and only robot to gain membership in AFTRA (the American Federation of Television and Radio Actors).  To our knowledge, no other robot has received this honor to this day. Note: Other robots like C3PO and R2D2 are not union members - only the human actors that operate them are!

1983-84 - FUBAR signs an exclusive contract with the William Morris Agency to appear on NBC's hit sitcom, Silver Spoons, with Ricky Schroeder. 

1983 - A year of scandal for FUBAR in Hollywood.  In June, the National Enquirer runs a photo of him with Hugh Hefner's former wife Barbie Benton on his knee.  That same week, Star runs a photo of him with Donna Mills on his knee.   Shortly thereafter, Brandon Tartikoff directs FUBAR to officially change his name to Foobie following a short lesson in Archaic Military Acronyms from a friend.

1985 - Foobie left his acting career to devote his efforts to the field of education and public service.  He continues his work today,  constantly making personal appearances throughout the US.

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Public Service Experience

Foobie has visited hundreds of hospitals, schools and charitable organizations across America.  A few of his favorites include:

    American Cancer Society

    American Heart Association

    Association for Retarded Children

    Big Brothers and Big Sisters

    Children's Hospital of Michigan

    Children's Hosp. Med. Ctr. of Boston

    Children's Hospital of New Orleans

    Johns Hopkins Hospital

    Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International

    Muscular Dystrophy Association

    National Multiple Sclerosis Society

    Special Olympics

    Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children

    United Way

    Variety Club

    World Hunger Organization


Personal References

The following individuals have personally met or worked with Foobie D. Robot.  Feel free to call any of them for a recommendation:


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Special Event Entertainment


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Mario Andretti

Catherine Bach

Jason Bateman

Justine Bateman

Barbi Benton

Valerie Bertinelli

Harry Blackstone, Jr.

Linda Blair

James Brady

Danielle Brisbois

Mathew Broderick

James Brolin

Gary Coleman

Dabney Coleman

Joan Collins

Scatman Crothers

Ted Dansen

Jamie Farr

Lou Ferrigno

Joe Frazier

Marla Gibbs

Mark Goodman

Lou Gossett

Merv Griffin

Charles Haid

Pat Harrington

David Hartman

Sherman Hemsley

Skip Henderson

Bob Hope

John Houseman

Joe Jackson

Ethel Kennedy

Don King

Art Linkletter

Heather Locklear

Ed Marinaro

Ed McMahon

Kristy McNichol

Donna Mills

Clayton Moore

Emo Phillips

Sidney Portier

Kenny Rogers

Rick Schroeder

Doc Sevrenson

William Shatner

Ally Sheedy

Robert Shields

Yackoff Smirnoff

Jacklyn Smith

Donald Southerland

Aaron Spelling

Jill St.  John

Rip Taylor

Scott Valentine

Eddie Van Halen

Robert Wagner

Grover Washington

Henry Winkler

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