Bob Roque is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. Born in San Francisco, California, Bob graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. He has directed and produced a number of feature films, television shows, and documentaries.
Bob's directing career began in the late 1990s when he directed the short film, "The Last Supper," which won several awards at film festivals. This led to a job directing the feature film, "The Man Who Would Be King," which starred Sean Connery and Michael Caine. The film was well-received by critics and was nominated for two Academy Awards.
Bob went on to direct and produce a number of successful television shows, including "Law & Order," "The Practice," "The West Wing," and "Grey's Anatomy." He also wrote and directed the feature film, "The Incredibles," which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film.
In addition to his work in film and television, Bob has written and directed a number of documentaries. His most notable documentary was "The History of the World in Two Hours," which he directed and wrote for the History Channel. The documentary was nominated for an Emmy Award.
Bob is also well-known for his work in video games. He wrote and directed the video game "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune," which was critically acclaimed. He also wrote the story for the critically acclaimed game "The Last of Us."
Bob's directing style is characterized by his ability to blend humor and drama in his films. He often uses visual elements to tell stories and bring his characters to life. His directing style has been praised by many critics and he has become one of the most sought-after directors in the industry.
Throughout his career, Bob has been nominated for numerous awards, including two Academy Awards, an Emmy, and a BAFTA. He has also been inducted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Bob is currently working on several projects, including a feature film and a video game.