Who is Robert A. Altman? Robert A. Altman Bio/Wiki
Robert A. Altman was a lawyer and an American business executive. He was the co-founder, president, and CEO of ZeniMax Media, a holding company for computer games and the parent company of many video game studios and businesses, including Bethesda Softworks, a publisher. He was born on February 23, 1947, in Washington, D.C., United States.
He worked as a lawyer in Washington, D.C., prior to co-founding ZeniMax in 1999. Altman has served on the George Washington University Law School Advisory Board.
Altman died on February 4, 2021, Bethesda confirmed.
RIP Robert A. Altman, founder and CEO of ZeniMax.
Genuinely hear that he was a nice, well-respected guy – a rarity for video game execs – and has of course helped bring joy to millions.
Robert married former Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter on January 29, 1984.
They have 2 children together, James and Jessica Altman.
For several years in Washington, D.C., Altman practiced law. As Clark Clifford’s associate, a former U.S. Secretary of Defense in the Clifford and Warnke law firm. Altman later opened his own law firm, Robert Altman’sLaw Offices, where Clifford was a solicitor.
Washington, D.C., as a lawyer, Altman represented large corporations before, before Congress, or in lawsuits before federal regulatory agencies. He was Bert Lance’s lawyer in 1980, advising Jimmy Carter on the financial management of the Calhoun First National Bank during his trial.
In Washington, D.C., Altman resumed his After the courtroom, juridical procedure. He co-founded ZeniMax Media in May 1999 with the founder of Bethesda Softworks, Christopher Weaver, as Bethesda’s new parent company.
With Weaver acting as CTO, Altman was brought in as CEO. In 2002, Weaver was forced out of an operational position and filed a corresponding lawsuit that was settled out of court.
Game publisher Bethesda, a ZeniMax Media children’s corporation, shared the news of Altman’s social media transmission, stating he was “was a true visionary, friend, and believer in the spirit of people and the power of what they could accomplish together. He was an extraordinary leader, and an even better human being.”
In Bethesda’s announcement on social media, the cause of death was not given.