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TIM ROBBINS (Director/ Producer/Screenwriter) is one of the film industry's most versatile actors, writers and directors. In 1995, he directed, produced and wrote the screenplay to the critically-acclaimed film "Dead Man Walking," which he adapted from the book by Sister Helen Prejean. Robbins received an Academy Award nomination for Best Director and Susan Sarandon received the Academy Award for Best Actress.

In 1992, Mr. Robbins was acclaimed for his portrayal of the amoral studio chief in Altman's "The Player," a performance that earned him the Best Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy. Later that year, he was also lauded for the political satire "Bob Roberts," his award-winning feature directing and screenwriting debut, in which he also starred and for which he co wrote the songs. His performance in "Bob Roberts" also received a Golden Globe nomination.

Robbins' most recent acting performances include "Arlington Road," "Nothing to Lose" and "The Shawshank Redemption."

Among Robbins' other notable performances are Robert Altman's "Short Cuts," Tony Bill's "Five Corners," the Coen Brothers' "The Hudsucker Proxy," Adrian Lyne's "Jacob's Ladder," and Ron Shelton's "Bull Durham."


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