Robert Harmon

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For the basketball coach, see Robert E. Harmon.
Robert Harmon
Born United States
Occupation Film director, television director

Robert Harmon is an American film and television director. He is best known for the 1986 horror film The Hitcher, starring Rutger Hauer,[1] as well as for films like They and Nowhere to Run.

His television work is distinguished by the series of made-for-TV movies featuring fictional Paradise (Mass.) Police Chief Jesse Stone, which began in 2005 with Stone Cold, starring Tom Selleck, as well as the Emmy-nominated biopics Ike: Countdown to D-Day (also starring Selleck) and Gotti, starring Armand Assante. He has directed a few episodes of the TV show Blue Bloods, which stars Tom Selleck.

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Harmon has been nominated twice for a Directors Guild of America Award in 1997 and 2004.

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