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Robert Peterson (XI)

Robert Peterson was born on August 24, 1981 in Miami, Florida, USA. He is an actor and assistant director, known for Burying Daniel (2007), Fatwa (2006) and The Cry (2007). See full bio »

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Burying Daniel
Burying Daniel Cemetery Worker #1
(2007)
Fatwa
Fatwa Editorial Department
(2006)
The Cry
The Cry Editorial Department
(2007)
Hell's End
Hell's End Future Gate Guard
(2005)

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 2009 Van Wilder: Freshman Year (Video)
Quarterback
 2009 Immortally Yours
Dr. Weiss (as Robert J. Peterson)
 2007 Burying Daniel (Short)
Cemetery Worker #1
 2007 Army Wives (TV Series)
Jesse
- The Art of Separation (2007) ... Jesse
 2005 Hell's End
Future Gate Guard
 2000 Remember the Titans
Football Player (uncredited)
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 2009 The Big Table (Short) (assistant director)
 2008 Going Pro (TV Movie) (first assistant director)
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 2007 The Cry (assistant editor)
 2006 Fatwa (assistant editor)
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 2007 Burying Daniel (Short)
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 2008 Going Pro (TV Movie) (second assistant camera)
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 2007 Burying Daniel (Short)
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 2007 Burying Daniel (Short) (producer)
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Robert C. Peterson | Robert J. Peterson
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