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Rob Schmidt (born September 25, 1965) is an American film director and writer. His film credits include Wrong Turn and Crime and Punishment in Suburbia. He also created a pilot called American Town for Twentieth Century Fox. He directed a Masters of Horror episode called "Right to Die." His thriller The Alphabet Killer, which reunited him with Eliza Dushku (Wrong Turn), Martin Donovan ("Right to Die"), and Michael Ironside (Crime and Punishment in Suburbia), has been picked up for international distribution by New Films International.
Rob is currently a film Professor at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. He is married to photographer Zoë Barracano.
- 2008: The Alphabet Killer
- 2003: Wrong Turn
- 2001: An American Town (TV series)
- 2000: Crime and Punishment in Suburbia
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