|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Robert Gillings is a Director, Writer, Producer and actor best known for Writing the horror feature film, " American Fright Fest" that has achieved a National Release and global distribution.
His full length Featured Film, "The Kings of Brooklyn" garnered The Audience Award for Best Featured Film at "The Brooklyn Film Festival".
Robert is writing and directing the upcoming T.V. series "Paper Empire" Staring "Robert Davi" "Denise Richards" "Steve Guttenburg" "Helena Mattsson" "Robert Knepper" "Chuck Zito" and "Elisabetta Fantone"
Robert has written both a book and screenplay of the events and times of his Ten year Divorce proceeding, tilted, "My Darling" that is in development.
Robert is widely known for representing himself (Pro-se) in his Two Year Custody Trial for his three children., Robert was Granted by the Court Complete and Full custody and his children and they have been exclusively residing with him since. Robert was then asked how it feels to win, he responded; "They're are no winners in divorce".
Roberts dedication begins with his family, but extends itself to his profession. When Robert Found out his written Featured Film, "American Fright Fest "was not going to be personally represented at it's World Premier in London, Robert at his own expense flew nine hours to London, got off the plane and went directly to the Theatre to introduce the film to the audience and made himself available for Q&A. He flew back to New York hours after the Festival concluded.
Robert was born and raised in New York and has a strong emotional attachment to his home city and state. The attack on 9/11 was even more personal to him, as his sister Melissa was also working in Tower One when it was hit. Robert also does Architectural Design, created and submitted his own vision of how he felt the WTC Site should be rebuilt.
Robert has acted in his productions, playing Irish Gangster "Owney Madden", In the History Channels, Patty Wacked/The Irish Mob. Police Officer Peterson in American Fright Fest, Power Banker, William Haines, in The Kings of Brooklyn, Hotel Entrepreneur in the Sundance Chanel's The Hotel Manor Inn. In "Paper Empire" an actor claimed he just couldn't go the day before a pivotal scene. Robert rewrote the scene, jumped in and performed the screen character "Norie" "Just when I thought I was out, I'm pulled back in" he laughed and told the Producers.
Though also an actor, his now passion and focus is writing and directing.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Greg Minkin