Bruce Robinson

Bruce Robinson

Highest Rated: 100% An Accidental Studio (2019)

Lowest Rated: 14% Roadie (1980)

Birthday: May 2, 1946

Birthplace: Not Available

Bruce Robinson is perhaps best known for having penned the award-winning script to the powerful exposé The Killing Fields (1984), but he is also a former actor and a director. He received training in drama at London's School of Speech and Drama and made his first screen appearance in Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet (1968). After an undistinguished decade as a thespian, Robinson became an author and screenwriter. He became a director a decade after that with the autobiographical ensemble comedy Whithnail & I (1987), the story of two aspiring actors in 1969.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
100% An Accidental Studio Actor 2019
51% The Rum Diary Director Screenwriter $13.1M 2011
53% Paid in Full The World Famous Brucie B $3.1M 2002
24% In Dreams Screenwriter 1999
73% Still Crazy Brian Lovell 1998
71% Return to Paradise Screenwriter 1998
75% Germinal Screenwriter 1994
47% Fat Man and Little Boy Screenwriter 1989
60% How to Get Ahead in Advertising Director Screenwriter 1989
94% Withnail and I Screenwriter Director 1987
93% The Killing Fields Screenwriter 1984
No Score Yet Harry's War Agent 1981
14% Roadie Screenwriter 1980
No Score Yet The Brute Actor 1977
No Score Yet Kleinhoff Hotel Karl Axel 1977
91% The Story of Adele H Lt. Albert Pinson 1975
59% The Music Lovers Alexei 1971
No Score Yet Tam Lin Alan 1971
83% Private Road Peter 1971
95% Romeo and Juliet Benvolio 1968

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