Robert Moresco

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Robert Moresco
Born United States
Occupation Producer, screenwriter, director, actor
Years active 1979–present

Robert “Bobby” Moresco is an American producer, screenwriter, director and actor. His credits include the films 10th & Wolf and Crash. Moresco's script for Crash won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, which he shared with co-writer Paul Haggis. He was also a co-producer of Crash and has acted in three films and also made guest appearances in shows such as The Equalizer, Miami Vice and Law & Order. He has written scripts for the television series EZ Streets, Millennium, and The Black Donnellys.

In 2012, Moresco received the Pioneer in Screenwriting Award at the Burbank International Film Festival.[1]

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