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TIM ROBBINS (Ogilvy) has a long list of notable film credits as an actor, his career highlighted by writing, producing, and directorial accomplishments. In 2003, Robbins starred in Mystic River, for which he won the Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actor. Other memorable roles include his performances in the remarkable

"The Shawshank Redemption,” "The Player,” "Bull Durham,” "Jacob's Ladder,” "Bob Roberts,” ”The Hudsucker Proxy,” "Short Cuts, "High Fidelity,” and "Five Corners.”

Robbins also appeared in the films "Nothing To Lose,” "Arlington Road,” "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,” "Cadillac Man,” "The Sure Thing,” "Jungle Fever,” "Mission to Mars,” and "Code 46.”

In addition to his Academy Award®, Robbins has won the Best Actor Award at the Cannes International Film Festival and The Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor for "The Player.” In 2003, Robbins won a Golden Globe Award, a SAG Award, and A Critic's Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor for "Mystic River.” He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor for "Bob Roberts” and by the Screen Actors Guild for Performance by an Actor for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor for "The Shawshank Redemption.”

As a director, Robbins has distinguished himself with "Cradle Will Rock,” which he also wrote and produced, winning Best Film Director honors at The Barcelona/Sitges Film Festival and the National Board of Review Award for Special Achievement in Filmmaking. "Dead Man Walking,” which he also wrote and produced, won multiple awards, including the Humanitas Award and four awards at The Berlin Film Festival, as well as an Oscar® nomination for Best Director and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Screenplay. His first film, "Bob Roberts,” won the Bronze Award for Best Film at the Tokyo International Film Festival and Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor Awards at the Boston Film Festival. In addition, Robbins served as executive producer for the films "Specter of Hope” and "The Typewriter, The Rifle, and The Movie Camera,” a documentary about filmmaker Sam Fuller, which won the Cable Ace award for Best Documentary.

Robbins also serves as Artistic Director for the Actor's Gang, a group formed in 1982 that has over 85 productions and more than 100 awards to its credit. As a playwright, he has written seven plays produced in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and at the Edinburgh Festival. He most recently wrote and directed "Embedded” at the Actor's Gang Theatre in Los Angeles, The Public Theatre in New York, and at The Riverside Studios in London. The play began a national tour this year. In addition, his stage adaptation of "Dead Man Walking” is currently being introduced into the curriculums of forty Jesuit high schools and universities.

Earlier this year, Robbins was named Man of the year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals.

Robbins lives in New York City with his partner in crime, Susan Sarandon, and is the proud father of three mischievous children.


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