Robert Blythe was raised in Tan y groes St in Port Talbot.
Robert Blythe was best known for playing ‘Fagin’ in the Welsh circumstance satire High Hopes.
Preceding preparing as a performer at The Arts Educational Trust in London, he was a surveyor.
Blythe’s performance center work included repertory seasons at the Haymarket Theater, Leicester, the Sherman Theater, Cardiff, the Liverpool Playhouse, the Connaught Theater, Worthing, and the Grand Theater, Swansea.
Blythe additionally visited the Far East, Middle East, India, and Europe with different preparations.
Blythe’s work at the Royal National Theater included Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2, Henry V, Mother Clap’s Molly House and Under Milk Wood.
Robert Blythe was a partner craftsman of Clwyd Theatr Cymru where his credits included, the Life of Galileo, Barnaby and the Old Boys, Cabaret, Equus, Entertaining Mr Sloane, A Christmas Carol, The Journey of Mary Kelly, The Norman Conquests, King Lear, Bedroom Farce, The Rabbit, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, A Chorus of Disapproval and An Inspector Calls.
Other performance center included Badfinger at the Donmar Warehouse and on visit, Ghosts at the Royal Exchange Theater, Manchester, House and Garden for Alan Ayckbourn at the Stephen Joseph Theater, Scarborough and Twelve Angry Men at the Garrick Theater, London.
He was hitched to performing artist Iola Gregory; one of their kids, Rhian Blythe, is a performer. Their oldest little girl, Angharad Blythe is an essayist and TV maker.
Afterward, he remarried Naomi Blythe. They had two children together – Sam Blythe and Jack Blythe.
Robert Blythe passed away at 71 years old.