Father Bob Curtis grew up as pageboy in Congress, from age 12 to 17. He attended Dartmouth and later entered the Air Force as a navigator with SAC. Father Curtis then attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he tied for and split a scholarship with Robert Redford. He worked as an actor, touring with Shirley Booth and the late Christopher Beane. There Father Curtis worked as an actor in film and television. He later returned to New York and produced commercials for J. Walter Thompson. He entered the Paulist Seminary in 1971. Father Curtis has served ministries in hospitals and prisons and has worked with youth, while continuing to act. Father Curtis also wrote the libretto for the music TOUCH OF THE CHILD. He may be recognized playing himself in "Falconcrest."