Steve Robin

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Steve Robin
Occupation Television director, television producer
Years active 1992–present

Steve Robin is an American television director and producer best known for his work with television producer David E. Kelley.

As a producer, associate producer and supervising producer his credits include Picket Fences, Ally McBeal, girls club, The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire and Boston Legal, making his directorial debut on the latter series.

His other directing credits include Raising the Bar, Grey's Anatomy, Bones, Castle, Harry's Law, Franklin & Bash, Rizzoli & Isles and The Closer.

In 1999, Robin won a Primetime Emmy Award for his work on Ally McBeal as a part of the producing team.[1]


As producer
Year Title Notes
2004-2008 Boston Legal Supervising producer - 98 episodes
2004 The D.A. Producer (as Steven Robin)
Beck and Call TV Short
2003 The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire
(TV series)
Supervising producer
2002 Girls Club (TV series) Producer
1997-2002 Ally McBeal Supervising producer - 44 episodes
Producer - 44 episodes
Co-producer - 24 episodes
1999 Ally (TV series) Producer
1997 Crisis Center (TV series) Associate producer
1992-1996 Picket Fences (TV Series) Associate producer - 53 episodes
Co-producer - 22 episodes
1996 Mixed Nuts (TV series) Associate producer
As director
Year Title Notes
2015 Proof (TV series) episode titled "St. Luke's"
Castle (TV series) episode titled "The Nose"
Stitchers (TV series) episode titled "Friends in Low Places"
2012-2014 Dallas (2012 TV series) 9 episodes
2011-2015 Rizzoli & Isles 8 episodes
2012-2015 Major Crimes (TV series) 9 episodes
2012-2013 Scandal (TV series) 4 episodes
2011-2013 Grey's Anatomy 4 episodes
2012 Longmire episode titled "Dogs, Horses, and Indians"
Private Practice episode titled "True Colors"
2009-2012 The Closer 7 episodes
2011 Franklin & Bash 2 episodes
Harry's Law episode titled "American Dreams"
2009 Raising the Bar episode titled "Trout Fishing"
2006-2008 Boston Legal 7 episodes


  1. ^ "Steve Robin Primetime Emmy Awards and Nominations". Primetime Emmy® Award database. Retrieved August 19, 2011. 

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