Robert Adetuyi

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Robert Adetuyi is a Canadian screenwriter and film director who works in Hollywood.

Born in Sudbury, Ontario,[1] Adetuyi is a graduate of York University, where he studied communications and sociology. He moved to Hollywood in 1992.


His screenwriting credits include Stomp the Yard, Code Name: The Cleaner, Turn It Up, You Got Served: Beat the World, Honey: Rise Up and Dance and High Chicago. He has directed Turn It Up, You Got Served: Beat the World, Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack and a forthcoming film, Trouble Sleeping.

Along with his brothers Tom, Amos and Alfons, Adetuyi is a partner in the film and television production firm Inner City Films,[2] whose productions have included the television series Jozi-H and Ekhaya: A Family Chronicle and the films High Chicago and Love Jacked.[2]


  1. ^ "Interview with Robert Adetuyi", Sudbury Star, January 24, 2007.
  2. ^ a b "Boosting home-grown film". Northern Life. 2010-07-28. Retrieved 2015-02-22.

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