Rob Marshall

Rob Marshall

Highest Rated: 86% Chicago (2002)

Lowest Rated: 33% Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)

Birthday: Oct 17, 1960

Birthplace: Not Available

After establishing himself as a Tony Award-winning choreographer, Rob Marshall made the rare transition to accomplished film director with the acclaimed feature adaptation of the popular stage musical, "Chicago" (2002). Prior to his feature success, Marshall earned a reputation on Broadway as one of the finest choreographers working in the business, thanks to his work on such hits as "Kiss of the Spider Woman" (1993), "Damn Yankees" (1994) and "Cabaret" (1998). Though "Chicago" put him on the Hollywood map, Marshall actually made his screen debut with a television adaptation of the musical "Annie" (ABC, 1999), which starred Kathy Bates and earned the director his first Emmy Award. Marshall made his first foray into non-musical territory with a solid take on Arthur Golden's "Memoirs of a Geisha" (2005), which did allow him put on his choreographer hat for an elaborate ceremonial dance. Though not as revered as "Chicago," his second feature effort attracted Academy attention and informed critics that Marshall was a legitimate talent. With his third feature, the eagerly-awaited musical "Nine" (2009), Marshall was on firm ground to make his case for being one of Hollywood's premiere directors.

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
79% 65% Mary Poppins Returns Director,
Producer
$172M 2018
71% 49% Into the Woods Director,
Producer
$128M 2014
33% 54% Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Director $241.1M 2011
39% 37% Nine Director,
Producer
$19.7M 2009
35% 83% Memoirs of a Geisha Director $57M 2005
86% 83% Chicago Director $170.7M 2002
No Score Yet 57% Annie Director - 1999

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Barefoot Contessa Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet 20/20 Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Hollywood's Best Film Directors Guest 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet So You Think You Can Dance Judge 2011-2012

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