Robert Stromberg

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Robert Stromberg
Born 1965 (age 49–50)[citation needed]
Occupation Film director, special effects artist, designer
Years active 1987–present

Robert Stromberg (born in 1965) is an American special effects artist, designer and filmmaker. Stromberg's extensive credits include major blockbuster films such as James Cameron's Avatar, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and Sam Raimi's Oz the Great and Powerful, the first two earning him Academy Award wins for Best Art Direction.[1] He made his directorial debut with the 2014 Disney film Maleficent, a re-imagining of the iconic Disney villain.[2][3]

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Robert Stromberg graduated from Carlsbad High School (CA) in 1983, and attended Palomar College, and graduated from California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts).

Stromberg is the uncle of Emblem3 members Keaton and Wesley Stromberg.[4]

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