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BRIAN ROBBINS (Director) is best known for writing, producing and directing major television and box office hits. To date, his films have grossed nearly $900M worldwide.

Currently Robbins is in pre-production on "Wild Hogs 2” and in production on DreamWorks' "A Thousand Words,” where he once again teams up with Eddie Murphy. Robbins' recent box office hits include "Wild Hogs,” which Robbins produced, starring Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence, and William H. Macy; and DreamWorks' "Norbit,” which Robbins directed as well as executive produced, starring Eddie Murphy and Thandie Newton. Robbins also directed Paramount's box office smash "Varsity Blues,” the high profile Disney remake of "The Shaggy Dog” staring Tim Allen, Paramount's "The Perfect Score,” "Hardball” starring Keanu Reeves, "Ready to Rumble,” and Nickelodeon's "Goodburger,” based on a popular skit from the hit television show "All That” featuring Kenan Thompson.

In 1996 Robbins, along with Michael Tollin, founded Tollin Robbins Productions (TRP). Over the next 11 years TRP produced several television series such as "Arli$$,” "The Amanda Show,” "What I Like About You,” Nickelodeon's "Kenan & Kel” and "All That,” ESPN's mini-series "The Bronx is Burning” and the WB hit "Smallville.” Robbins is the executive producer of the hit television series "One Tree Hill,” which recently reached its landmark 100th episode.

As a partner of TRP, Robbins produced several feature films including "Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story,” "Coach Carter,” "Summer Catch,” "Radio” and "Big Fat Liar.” Their documentary "Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream” won a Peabody Award and was nominated for an Academy Award®. Robbins and Tollin were honored by Girls Inc. in 2003 and launched the Los Angeles chapter of the Chasing the Dream Foundation, which awards scholarships to underprivileged youth. Robbins also received a DGA Award for directing Nickelodeon's Sports Theater with Shaquille O'Neal.

Robbins began his career as an actor appearing on several hit television series in the 1980s including his role as Eric Mardian on "Head of the Class.”


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