| United States|
| August 26, 1933 (1933-08-26) New York City, New York, U.S.|
June 10, 2015, Santa Monica, California, United States
William Chartoff, Charley Chartoff, Jennifer Chartoff, Miranda Chartoff, Julie Chartoff
Jenny Weyman (m. 1992–2015), Vanessa Howard (m. 1970–1983)
Rocky, Raging Bull, Rocky IV, Rocky II, Rocky III
Irwin Winkler, William Chartoff, David Winkler, Mardik Martin, Burt Young
Robert Chartoff Wikipedia
Robert Irwin Chartoff (August 26, 1933 – June 10, 2015) was an American film producer and philanthropist.
Chartoff was born on August 26, 1933 in New York City, the son of Bessie and William Chartoff. His family was Jewish. He graduated from Union College in 1955, followed by Columbia University Law School.
Chartoff produced more than 30 movies. He and fellow producer Irwin Winkler won an Academy Award for Best Picture for the 1976 film Rocky.
Chartoff established the RC Charitable Foundation in 1990 to award grants to international schools and other child agencies. He served as its President. The RC Charitable Foundation gives grants awards to the Buddha Educational Trust. He served on the Community Advisory Board of the Younes and Soraya Israel Studies Center at UCLA.
Chartoff's first wife was Phyllis Raphael, with whom he had three children — Jennifer, William and Julie. They later divorced. In 1970, he married British actress Vanessa Howard, with whom he had one son, Charley. That marriage also ended in divorce. He had one daughter, Miranda, with Jenny Weyman, his third wife, with whom he was married until his death. He died at his home in Santa Monica, California in 2015 from pancreatic cancer.