Phil Alden Robinson

Phil Alden Robinson

Highest Rated: 87% Field of Dreams (1989)

Lowest Rated: 7% All the Queen's Men (2001)

Birthday: Mar 1, 1950

Birthplace: Long Beach, New York, USA

For Phil Alden Robinson, 1984 was a turning point in his career. The Long Island native had toiled for almost a decade, first as an on-air newscaster and later making educational and industrial films as well as commercials before he broke into the Hollywood mainstream with a pair of comic features, the box-office hit "All of Me" and the less than stellar pairing of Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone in "Rhinestone." According to the screenwriter, the experience of making the former was a rare case where the author was welcomed (undoubtedly in part because director Carl Reiner and star Steve Martin both had writing credits).




9% 30% The Angriest Man in Brooklyn Director - 2014
59% 49% The Sum of All Fears Director $118.5M 2002
7% 51% All the Queen's Men Executive Producer $22.7K 2001
No Score Yet 62% Freedom Song Director,
Executive Producer
- 2000
79% 80% Sneakers Director,
$50.6M 1992
33% 33% Relentless Screenwriter $7.0M 1989
87% 86% Field of Dreams Director,
$61.8M 1989
67% 66% In the Mood Director $709.1K 1987
85% 67% All of Me Screenwriter - 1984


95% 72% The Good Fight Writer 2017
93% 91% The Good Wife Director 2016
97% 98% Band of Brothers Director,
22% No Score Yet Trapper John, M.D. Writer 1981