Rob Schiller

Rob Schiller

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Birthplace: Buffalo, New York, USA

Rob Schiller was an American television director and producer whose thirty-year career in the business yielded behind the camera roles on several of the most prominent situation comedy and soap operas of their day. His most high-profile credit was the Kevin James-starring hit about a working class New York couple "The King of Queens" (CBS 1998-2007), for which he directed more than three-quarters of the two hundred-plus episodes and served as executive producer. One of his earliest directing roles saw him awarded Daytime Emmy Awards in 1990 and 1991 for glitzy soap opera "Santa Barbara," while his cinematic directorial debut came in 2011 with horse-racing comedy "And They're Off."

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 25% And They're Off... Director - 2011
No Score Yet 17% Maplewoods Producer - 2003

TV

Credit
7% 60% Dr. Ken Director 2015
No Score Yet 29% Sullivan & Son Director 2013
23% 55% Anger Management Director 2012
43% No Score Yet Mad Love Director 2011
0% 50% $..! My Dad Says Director 2010
No Score Yet 83% The King of Queens Director,
Writer,
Executive Producer
1998-2007
65% 66% Two and a Half Men Director 2004-2006
13% No Score Yet Love, Inc. Director 2005
9% No Score Yet Listen Up Director 2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet Baby Bob Director 2002-2003
No Score Yet No Score Yet Regular Joe Director 2003
No Score Yet No Score Yet My Wife and Kids Director 2002
8% No Score Yet Ladies Man Director 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Army Show Director 1998
67% No Score Yet Alright Already Director 1997-1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet Hitz Director 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Malcolm & Eddie Director 1996
No Score Yet No Score Yet Good Company Director 1996
No Score Yet No Score Yet Simon Director 1995
86% No Score Yet Almost Perfect Director 1995
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Parent 'Hood Director 1995

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