Robert Rovner

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Not to be confused with Robert A. Rovner.

Robert Rovner is an American television producer and writer, best known for his work on TV shows Crossing Jordan and Bionic Woman. He served as an executive producer and writer of Grey's Anatomy's 2007 spin-off series, Private Practice. He is currently serving as a writer/producer on "Dallas," premiering 6/13/12 on TNT.

Private Practice[edit]

Rovner joined the Private Practice writing staff in its second season. He is credited as the writer or co-writer of the following Private Practice episodes:

  • "Tempting Faith" (2008)
  • "Nothing to Fear" (2009)
  • "Ex-Life" (2009)
  • "Yours, Mine & Ours" (2009)
  • "A Death in the Family" (2009)
  • "Shotgun" (2010)


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