Rob Weiss

Rob Weiss

Highest Rated: 69% American Psycho (2000)

Lowest Rated: 22% Jimmy Hollywood (1994)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Baldwin, New York, USA

This Long Island native scored a qualified hit at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival with his directorial debut "Amongst Friends" (1993). The film got nearly as much publicity for its financing: Weiss' casino operator father and some of his gambling pals invested much of the production costs. Filmed for approximately $1.1 million, "Amongst Friends" follows the lives of three young upper-middle class Jewish Long Islanders who turn to crime in pursuit of kicks and the "good life." It also marked the screen debut of Mira Sorvino, who also served as an associate producer. Weiss grew up in Long Island, studying fashion and film at various New York colleges. While writing his debut work, Weiss eked out a living as a photographer and a club promoter. The critical plaudits for "Amongst Friends" (including comparisons to Scorsese and Singleton) earned Weiss a three-picture deal with Universal. As of 1997, however, he only had a few projects in development and had not completed a second feature. The darkly handsome director played a small role in his own film and appeared as himself in Barry Levinson's 1994 show-biz film "Jimmy Hollywood."



No Score Yet No Score Yet Vandal Executive Producer - 2019
69% 85% American Psycho Co-Producer $15.0M 2000
22% 28% Jimmy Hollywood Self $3.2M 1994
33% 72% Amongst Friends Director,
$242.2K 1993


72% 90% Ballers Director,
Executive Producer,
66% 78% How to Make It in America Executive Producer 2010-2011
65% 82% Entourage Audition Producer (Guest Star),
Executive Producer
2004 2010-2011