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During high school, studied comedy writing with Danny Simon. For college: went to Northwestern for theater and later NYU for screenwriting. Big break in 1987: at 23, was picked to direct a short for Columbia Pictures' Discovery program, under Chairman David Putnam. Fox wrote & directed the award winning short "The Great O'Grady" which premiered at ... See full bio »

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(2019)
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(1994)

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 2021 The Man from Toronto (screenplay) / (story) (post-production)
 2019 Grand-Daddy Day Care (screenplay by) / (story by)
 2012 Playing for Keeps (written by)
 1994 In the Army Now (story)
 1993 The Great O'Grady (TV Short)
 1993 So I Married an Axe Murderer (written by)
 1992 Shooting Elizabeth (screenplay)
 1991 Adventures in Romance (TV Short)
 1990 The Bobby & Larry Show (TV Movie) (co-creator)
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 2010 I Owe My Life to Corbin Bleu (Short)
Lawyer
 2010 Monster Heroes
Coach Rob
 2008 The Wife & Times of Teddy Berman (TV Series)
Teddy Berman
 1993 The Great O'Grady (TV Short)
Dr. Benjamin
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 1993 The Great O'Grady (TV Short)
 1990 The Bobby & Larry Show (TV Movie) (co-director)
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 1992 Shooting Elizabeth (co-producer)

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Musical workshop: "Complications" - Robbie Fox writer, director Herbert Ross, composer Steve Fox, producer Terry Allen Kramer, Manhattan Theater Club in NYC See more »
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First job in Hollywood: messenger for Embassy Pictures, $275 a week & 40 cents a mile. Delivered packages, chauffeured & changed light bulbs for future and present film icons Norman Lear, Mark Gordon, Franklin Schaffner, Rob Reiner, Martin Sheen, Buzz Kulik, Howard Rosenman, Sam Raimi and screenwriter Arnold Schulman-- who got Rob his first agent. Rob then married the Embassy receptionist. Best ... See more »

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