Robert Crayton
Robert Crayton
Portrays Diner Patron
Occupation Actor
Born Brooklyn, New York, USA
Years Active Unknown-present
Gender Male
Hair Black
Ethnicity African-American
Robert Crayton Gallery

Robert Crayton is an American actor who portrays an unnamed resident in Season 2 of CBS' Under the Dome.


Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Robert has performed in events since childhood, such as "Mr. Bojangles", singing in the choir, small films, plays and just plain entertaining his whole family at reunions. He made his acting debut, on "Tru TV", as "Tank" on Southern Fried Stings. He performed in many films, such as soon-to-be released Let the Church Say Amen, directed by Regina King (Southland), also starring Hosea Chanchez (The Game), Steve Harris (Diary of a Mad Black Woman), Collins Pennie (Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming) and many others. Along with his acting ability in films, TV shows and commercials, he also does voice-overs, raps, stand-up comedy, uses firearms in his films and has an extensive military background, which he believes makes him very well-rounded and prepared to take on any role.

Selected FilmographyEdit

  • Bragg N East as Captain Kilgore
  • Worldly Possessions as Detective Wes Miller
  • Consumption as Zeke
  • Fury: The Tales of Ronan Pierce as Lazarus
  • Trinity Goodheart as Bouncer
  • Southern Fried Stings as Tank
  • Spirit in the Woods as Chuck
  • All Beef as Big E


Season 2 appearances
"Heads Will Roll" "Infestation" "Force Majeure" "Revelation" "Reconciliation"
"In the Dark" "Going Home" "Awakening" "The Red Door" "The Fall"
"Black Ice" "Turn" "Go Now"

Character ImagesEdit

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