Robert Dunham
 Date of birth:
      July 6th, 1931
      Portland, Maine, USA
 Date of death:
      August 6th, 2001
      Sarasota, Florida, USA

Sometimes credited as Dan Yuma, Robert Dunham is probably best known for his role as Antonio, Emperor of Seatopia, in Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973); however, Dunham's most famous role would have to be that of Mark Jackson in Dogora (1964). Dunham was an American living in Japan during most of the country's "Golden Age" of cinema, and was cast in several films. What makes Robert Dunham stand out, from other Caucasian actors in Japan at the time, is that Robert Dunham spoke fluent Japanese, and his lines were never dubbed over by a Japanese actor during his career, which was a common occurrence for other Caucasian actors of this period. Beyond his acting credits, Dunham was also a stunt driver, and ended up lending his talents to the production of Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973), where Dunham played the Seatopia agent on a motorcycle, who gave chase to the protagonist of the film. Toho had big things planned for Robert Dunham, following his role in Dogora (1964), and had actually proposed a series of movies featuring the Mark Jackson character. Toho even sent Dunham to Hollywood with a print of Dogora (1964) to try and sell the film to distributors, and to propose additional Mark Jackson based movies. Unfortunately for Dunham, who pitched the film to UPA, the Mark Jackson films were turned down, as UPA felt they couldn't gauge his acting ability from the film (his voice was dubbed into English for the US prints).

Acting Toho Filmography
Mothra (1961) - Rolisican Official
The Last War (1961) - Allied Forces Personnel
Space Monster Dogora (1964) - Mark Jackson
The Face of Another (1966) - Man in the Bar
Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) - Antonio, Emperor of Seatopia/Seatopia Agent on Motorcycle
ESPY (1974) - Airline Captain