Rob Schiller

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Rob Schiller
Occupation Television director and producer
Years active 1984-present

Rob Schiller is an American television director and producer.

Since 1984, Schiller has amassed a number of directorial credits namely A Different World, Living Single, Ellen, Malcolm & Eddie, The King of Queens, Two and a Half Men, 'Til Death, Anger Management, $h*! My Dad Says and other television series.[1]

In 1990 and 1991, Schiller won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team for directing soap opera Santa Barbara.[2]

In 2010, Schiller directed the stage play Greater Tuna at Boulder's Dinner Theatre in Boulder, Colorado.[3]

In 2011, Schiller's first feature film, "And They're Off" was released.[4]


  1. ^ Rob Schiller Biography Film Reference
  2. ^ Awards for Rob Schiller, IMDb
  3. ^ Rob Schiller, "Two and a Half Men" director, takes on "Tuna" at Boulder's Dinner Theatre By Mark Collins, Posted: 09/24/2010 07:31:06 AM MDT -
  4. ^ And They're Off Review Los Angeles Times

External links[edit]

  • Rob Schiller on IMDb
  • [1] Rob Schiller Website
  • [2] Director Rob Schiller- And They're Off Review via LA Times
  • [3] Rob Schiller Increases Commitment to Philanthropic Activities via Business Wire
  • [4] Rob Schiller, President of R&B Jaamz, Inc. Supports Homeless Woman And Their Infants In Los Angeles
  • [5] R&B Jaamz, Inc. Rob Schiller Serves As Mentor And Educator For Young Filmmakers
  • [6] Rob Schiller Increases Commitment to Philanthropic Activities
  • [7] Director Rob Schiller Supports Children at Brad Garrett's Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament
  • [8] Director Rob Schiller Takes Part in Santa Monica Charity Poker Tournament
  • [9] Hollywood Director Rob Schiller Continues Supporting Children's Rights
  • [10]'Wendell&Vinnie' Director Rob Schiller Supports the Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Monica
  • [11] Director Rob Schiller Teams Up With Warner Theater
  • [12]'Happily Divorced'Director Rob Schiller Gives Back to LA's Less Fortunate
  • [13]'Wendell & Vinnie' Director Rob Schiller Joins Jason Alexander For Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament Benefiting weSPARK