Fried, Robert N. 1959(?)–
Fried, Robert N. 1959(?)–
(Rob Fried, Robert Fried)
Born c. 1959; brother of Daniel Fried (a producer); married Nancy Travis (an actress), 1994.
Office—Fried Films, 212 26th St., Suite 148, Santa Monica, CA 90402.
Producer and executive. Columbia Pictures, past executive vice president; Savoy Pictures, past president and chief executive officer; Fried Films, Santa Monica, CA, principal. WhatsHotNow.com (Internet service producer for the licensing business), founder, 1996, past chief executive officer, founder of WHN Exchange, 2000.
Christopher Award, 1992, for Rudy; Academy Award (with Seth Winston), best short, live-action film, 1992, for Session Man.
So I Married an Axe Murderer, TriStar, 1993.
Rudy, TriStar, 1993.
Only You (also known as Him and Just in Time), TriStar, 1994.
My Teacher's Wife, Savoy Pictures/Trimark Pictures, 1995.
(As Robert Fried) The Boondock Saints (also known as Mission des dieux), Indican Pictures, 2000.
(As Rob Fried) The Man (also known as Cool & Fool—Mein partner mit der grossen Schnauze), New Line Cinema, 2005.
Weapons, After Dark Films, 2007.
Film Executive Producer:
Co-executive producer, Godzilla, TriStar, 1998.
Two Can Play That Game, C4 Pictures/Screen Gems, 2001.
(As Rob Fried) Collateral, DreamWorks, 2004.
(As Rob Fried) Man of the Year, Universal, 2006.
Television Executive Producer; Movies:
Black Cat Run, HBO, 1998.
(As Rob Fried) Winchell, HBO, 1998.
Swing Vote (also known as The Ninth Justice), ABC, 1999.
Television Executive Producer; Specials:
Conquering Space, Showtime, 1990.
The Letters from Moab, Showtime, 1991.
Sapphire Man, Showtime, 1991.
Once in a Blue Moon, Showtime, 1991.
Missing Parents, Showtime, 1991.
Hearts of Stone, Showtime, 1991.
(As Rob Fried) Without a Pass, Showtime, 1991.
The Washing Machine Man, Showtime, 1991.
Hogg's Heaven, Showtime, 1992.
Traveler's Rest, Showtime, 1993.
Contact, Showtime, 1993.
Television Producer; Specials:
Session Man, Showtime, 1991.
Under the Car, Showtime, 1993.
Television Work; Other:
(As Rob Fried) Executive producer, Fifteenth Phase of the Moon, 1992.
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