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ROGER BOBB's career in film began as an Assistant Director. Over the last 10 years, he has been the producer or assistant director on over 40 feature films and television shows.

Bobb's collaboration with Tyler Perry began as an assistant director on Tyler's first film Diary Of A Mad Black Woman. Bobb co-produced Madea's Family Reunion and is the Supervising Producer of the new ground breaking Tyler Perry television sitcom "House of Payne” starring Allen Payne as well as Tyler's new television pilot "Meet The Browns”. Roger also produced the independent film "Preaching To The Choir” starring Patti Labelle and Tichina Arnold which was recently nominated for an 2006 NAACP Image Award for Best Independent Film. 

Bobb is the only two time winner of the Best Film Award at the American Black Film Festival and was the youngest African-American First AD member of the Director's Guild of America. Bobb was recently named by The Network Journal Magazine as one of the top 40 executives under 40. Born in London and raised in Brooklyn, Bobb's film career began in 1995 when he was accepted into the Director's Guild of America's prestigious Assistant Director Trainee program. Under this program Roger was fortunate to work on projects from notable directors as Woody Allen, Mike Nichols and James Mangold.

Upon completing the program, Roger worked within the New York independent film community as an assistant director and quickly rose to become a producer. His many credits include "The Believer” "NYPD Blue,” "New York Undercover,” "Copland,” "Witness to the Mob,” and "State Property 2”. Bobb attended Brooklyn College and the School Of Visual Arts.

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