Heather Robinson

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Heather Robinson
Heather Robinson The Perfect Man Screenwriter.JPG
Born (1978-07-31) July 31, 1978 (age 38)
Littleton, Colorado
Occupation Screenwriter, Producer, Author

Heather Robinson is an American screenwriter. She wrote the first script for the film The Perfect Man.


Robinson was born and raised in Littleton, Colorado. She became the youngest employee at American Cablevision, moving up the crew ranks while her mother went on to direct and produce her own Public-access television shows on cable TV.

In 2004, Robinson sold her first feature script, The Perfect Man, to Universal Studios. The film was based on her teenage years in Tucson, Arizona.

In 2007 she worked for Oprah Winfrey and Harpo Productions in Chicago, Illinois.

In 2008 Robinson and her mother, Jan, remodeled the New Beginnings for Women & Children shelter, through their organization, Refused Reused.[1]

Currently Robinson is working through her own organization Refused Reused in conjunction with the U.S. House of Representatives to help people and animals in shelters. Robinson has donated over 200 Pounds of leather to the Boy Scouts of Southern Arizona for their leather merit program.[1]


  • The Perfect Man (2005) (story)
  • E-Girl (2011) (Producer/Co-Writer)[2]
  • Dog Power (2016) (Co-Producer)


  1. ^ a b Villareal, Phil (August 16, 2009). "U.S. House's scrap leather finds new life in Tucson". The Arizona Daily Sun. 
  2. ^ McClintock, Pamela (January 30, 2006). "Femme pair to log 'E-Girl': Fisher, Robinson get in Alliance". Variety. 

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