ONE FOR THE MONEY
JULIE ANNE ROBINSON (Director) spent many years in theatre working at the Royal
Shakespeare Company, the Royal Court and the National Theatre (at different
times, she assisted Sam Mendes, Harold Pinter, Stephen Daldry) She taught acting
at a number of prestigious drama schools in London including Guildhall School of
Speech and Drama, and Central School of Speech and Drama. She also worked with
writers internationally, often on British Council fellowships, in places as
diverse as Slovenia, Italy, Australia and various locations in the Middle East.
She was offered a place on the prestigious BBC Director's training course and
began working in film and TV. She also founded a theatre company called The
Factory and directed eleven Shakespeare productions under its banner.
In television, her credits include the Golden Globe- and BAFTA-nominated "Viva
Blackpool" (which won the Blue Ribbon at BANFF) as well as the BAFTA-nominated
movie "Coming Down The Mountain," starring Nicholas Hoult. In American
television she has directed several pilots, including "The Middle," currently
Wednesday nights on ABC. Episodically, she has also directed drama and comedy,
single and multi-camera including "Pushing Daisies," "Weeds," "Big Love,"
"Subugatory," "2 Broke Girls," "Grey's Anatomy," among others. She currently has a number of
projects in development, including projects with ABC and Mike White's company.
Robinson directed the feature "The Last Song" for Disney, starring Miley Cyrus,
Liam Hemsworth, Greg Kinnear and Kelly Preston, produced by Adam Shankman and
Robinson grew up in Africa, England and Papua, New Guinea.
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