Robert Davis

Robert Davis



Robert Davis is an American director best known for his work in television and film. He was born in New Jersey in 1965 and grew up in New York City. After graduating from high school, he attended the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Davis began his career in television directing music videos and commercials. He soon transitioned into television directing, helming episodes of shows like “The Cosby Show”, “Law & Order”, “ER” and “NYPD Blue”. He was nominated for an Emmy for his direction of the pilot episode of “NYPD Blue”.

In the early 2000s, Davis moved into feature films. He directed the comedy “Big Daddy”, starring Adam Sandler. He also directed the romantic comedy “The Wedding Planner”, starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey. He also directed the horror film “Boogeyman”, starring Barry Watson.

Davis continues to work in television and film. He is currently directing episodes of “The Blacklist” and “Criminal Minds”. He recently directed episodes of “American Horror Story” and “The Walking Dead”.

Davis is known for his ability to balance comedy and drama, as well as his skill at creating intense and suspenseful scenes. He is also praised for his use of visual effects and his ability to create a unique atmosphere for each of his projects.

Davis is also a passionate advocate for diversity in the entertainment industry. He has been a vocal supporter of the #MeToo movement, and he has worked to create more opportunities for female directors in Hollywood.

Robert Davis is a multi-talented director who has achieved success in both television and film. He is praised for his skillful direction and his commitment to creating opportunities for marginalized voices in the entertainment industry.

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